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TAUNTON, ST JAMES CHURCH, WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Detailed information
Compiled and Copyright © David Greig 2007

The Taunton, St James Church, memorial is inside the church and takes the form of three framed panels of wood with brass plaques on each. The left panel is headed by three scallop shells and a slatire, the centre panel by a cherub, red dragon and a naval crown and the right hand panel by white ensign and union flags. There are 102 names for World War 1 by surname and 23 for World War 2. There are also two plaques to individuals who died.

TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN EVER GRATEFUL MEMORY
OF THE MEN OF THIS PARISH
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN
THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918

ADAMS

A

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ADAMS

A

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ADAMS

G J

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ADAMS

J

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ADAMS

W S

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ALLEN

G

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ALPIN

D

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BALE

W

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BARNES

W

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BARTON

S

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BATSTONE

H

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BATSTONE

W

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BAZELEY

J

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BOARD

W

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BRACKER

F J

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BLANCHFLOWER

J

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BUDD

E

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COLEMAN

H J

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COLEMAN

W

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COLLIER

T

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CORDING

J

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CROSS

A

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CROUCH

H

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CRUWYS

W

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CURREY

J W

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DADE

W

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DAVID

H J

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DOBLE

C

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FORD

F G

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FUGE

F Henry

Leiutenant, 6th Somerset Light Infantry. Killed in action in France 13th August 1916. Aged 25. Also commemorated in the North aisle on an individual plaque in the church, listed as Henry FUGE not F H FUGE.

GIBBS

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GIBBS

G H

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GOSS

C

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SPILLER

H G

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GREEDY

W

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GREENSLADE

C

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GRIGG

A E

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GRINTER

T

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HARDING

L H

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HARTNELL

E

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HARTNELL

S

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HAWKES

E

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HILL

H

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HUDDY

E

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HUDDY

J

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JEFFERIS

S

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JONES

L

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LETHERBY

C R

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MARCHANT

G

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MARKS

P J

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MITCHELL

R

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MUNDY

C

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MUNDY

F

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MURLESS, MM

H W

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MUSSELL

S

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NEWBERRY

C F

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PALMER

H

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PEARCE

W E

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PHILLIPS

W J

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PITMAN

C

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POOLE

B

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POOLE

F

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POOLE

R

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PRING

E

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RAPSON

E

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REED

H L

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RENDELL

A R

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RENDELL

W

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SANSOME

F J

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SAUNDERS

F G

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SCOBLE

H

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SEDGEBEER

J

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SIMKISS

C

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SMITH

H

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SQUIRES

T

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STEED

C

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STOCKER

F T

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STONE

C I

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STONE

T G

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SUMMERHAYES

S

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TAYLOR

H

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TEMPLEMAN

W

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THORN

F

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THORN

F G

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TROAKE

Cecil James

10th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. Killed at Batoum, Russia 8th August 1919. Aged 27. Second son of James and the late Emma Troake. Also commemorated on an individual plaque within the church in the South aisle.

Note: The Church Guide states that Cecil Troake was killed, presumably while fighting in support of the White Russians with the group that Churchill sent for that purpose.

THORNE

E

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THORNE

H

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TOTTERDELL

W

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TREBLE

E

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TUCKER

G H

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VANSTONE

W J

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VAN TRUMP

H

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VICKERY

C

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WAITES

A

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WAITES

S

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WALKER

G

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WALL

A

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WALLING

W C

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WEST

E

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WHITE

R E

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WILLIAMS

E C D

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1939-1945

BERRY

D L

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BOWERS

F

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BROWN

G V

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BULGIN

F G

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BUTTLE

J E

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CALLI

L J

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CHAMBERS

P J R

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CHIVERS

S

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CHIVERS

B D C

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CONNIBEER

H E

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COLWIN

E J

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CURREY

G W

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DAWKINS

D D

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DELVES

L

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FARRELL

T

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GILLETT

E M

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GODFREY

F

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GRAY

R J

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HOWE

F W

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HATHERLEY

W

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HELLMAN

R W

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HOLCOMBE

H

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JEAVONS

F S

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JENNESS

G J

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McDONALD

D

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MAY

R H

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OATEN

H L G

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PEARSE

B

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PRICE

J

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READER

D J H

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SAUNDERS

F G K

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SILKE

H W

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SLADE

A E

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SNELL

W J

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STEVENS

C D

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TILLEY

T W

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TOGHILL

G

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WESTON

E C K

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WHITE

C

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WIGLEY

D F

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WOOD

P D

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WOOD

L C

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WOODHOUSE

D H

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ROBSON

Edith M

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Last updated 14 March, 2007

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