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CHILBOLTON WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Detailed Information
Compiled and copyright © Martin Edwards 2009

The Chilbolton memorials are to be found within the church of St Mary the Less, Chilbolton. The World War 1 memorial takes the form of marble tiles set within a pink veined marble frame with the inscription in Black lettering, the whole surrounded with blue, mosaic, border tiles. There are 15 names listed for World War 1. The World War 2 memorial takes the form of a plain, rectangular brass plaque mounted onto a mahogany backboard with a further 8 names listed for World War 2. The names listed here for both memorials have been sorted into alphabetical order for ease of research and reading.

Photographs Copyright © Paul Goodwin 2009

THOSE WHOM THIS TABLET COMMEMORATES WERE NUMBERED
AMONG THOSE WHO AT THE CALL OF KING AND COUNTRY
LEFT ALL THAT WAS DEAR TO THEM ENDURED HARDNESS
FACED DANGER AND FINALLY PASSED OUT OF THE SIGHT
OF MEN BY THE PATH OF DUTY AND SELF SACRIFICE
GIVING UP THEIR OWN LIVES THAT OTHERS MIGHT LIVE
IN FREEDOM

1914-1918

ANDREWS

W

Private. No further information currently available

BENDALL

F

Private. No further information currently available

BETTERIDGE

H J

Private. No further information currently available

CROWLEY

C H

Lieutenant. No further information currently available

DRAKE

A

Private. No further information currently available

DRAKE

H

Private. No further information currently available

FISHER

W

Private. No further information currently available

HATCHER

P

Private. No further information currently available

JOHNSON

W J

Sergeant. No further information currently available

KNIGHT

C W

Private. No further information currently available

MASON, DSO

P G

Major. No further information currently available

MOULD

B

Private. No further information currently available

RALPH

L

Private. No further information currently available

RODDEN

E

Petty Officer, Royal Navy. No further information currently available

VIDLER

W

Private. No further information currently available

LET THOSE WHO COME AFTER SEE TO IT THAT THEIR NAMES BE NOT FORGOTTEN.

N MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THIS VILLAGE WHO LOST
THEIR LIVES ON ACTIVE SERVICE DURING THE 1939 - 1945 WAR

BAYLIE

Hugh

No further information currently available

CAMERON

Frederick

No further information currently available

EASTMAN

Robert

No further information currently available

GRANT

Malcolm

No further information currently available

MARSH

Thomas

No further information currently available

SABINE

John

No further information currently available

UDEN

Percy

No further information currently available

WHITE

Ernest

No further information currently available

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM

Commemorated in the church but not on the memorial

ROBBINS

George A

Able Seaman, HMS Effingham. Died 25th October 1928. Aged 22. Buried at sea off the West Coast of India.

Last updated 8 March, 2009

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