ALL SAINTS CHURCH - WAR MEMORIAL
War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
and Copyright © Transcribed Bill Ball; Researched Martin Edwards
the church of All Saints is to be found a brass plaque.
THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN THANKSGIVING
VICTORY AND PEACE
ALSO IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
ARTHUR COOTE, ARTHUR MARSHALL AND
THOMAS SEWELL, OF THIS PARISH,
WHO DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY
1914 - 1919
the church is a framed glazed document which contains two photographs.
The details are as follows:
the courage and devotion
to duty of these two men from this
parish who laid down their lives in
the Second World War 1939 - 45
Reverend, John Godfrey
Chaplain 4th Class 144935, Royal Army Chaplains' Department. Killed
in action in Italy 23rd September 1944 [CWGC states 25th]. Aged
33. Son of the Revd. Charles Godfrey Barton, M.A., and Edith Muriel
Barton, of Rottingdean, Sussex. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.).
R.A. Ch. D. Buried in CORIANO RIDGE WAR CEMETERY, Italy. Plot XVII
Row H Grave 3.
states Pilot Officer] Sergeant (Pilot) 1126348, Royal Air Force
Volunteer Reserve. Killed in action over the Irish Sea 5th June
1942. Aged 21. Son of Robert and Eliza Ann Lloyd, of Minting, Lincolnshire.
Buried in GRANGE CEMETERY, HOLYLAKE, Cheshire. Section D. Church
of England Grave 62.
for their Souls:-
“Rest eternal grant them,
O Lord, and let light
perpetual shine upon them.”
13 November 2004