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WEST BAGBOROUGH WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Detailed information
Compiled and Copyright © David Greig 2008

The memorial for West Bagborough takes the form of a slate slab, beneath a Laurel wreath relief, to right of Church Lych Gate. The memorial contains details of those who served in both World Wars and those who died, the list here is only of those who died.

TO THE MEMORY OF THOSE WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY

DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE

1914 - 1918

BURNETT

E

Royal Warwickshire Regiment

FARLEY

F

Somerset Light Infantry

MORLE

S

Devonshire Regiment

SHERGOLD

C

Wiltshire Regiment

SIMONS

J

Royal Garrison Artillery

Inside Church beneath the Chancel Arch is a painted beam surmounted by a crucifix with St Mary and St John on either side

PRAY FOR + E. BURNETT + F. FARLEY + S. MORLE + C. SHERGOLD AND J. SIMONS WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR

There follows the names of 53 men who served

1939 -1945

CHAPMAN

F

Royal Army Service Corps

CHRITCHLEY-SALMONSON, MC

J

Major, Royal Scots Fusiliers

WHAITES

C

Royal Air Force

WHEADON

J

Royal Engineers

There follows the names of 46 men and women who served

Three additional names to be added 2000

WELSTEAD

F

Royal Artillery

WITHERS

S

Royal Corps of Signals

WITHERS

J

Royal Air Force

Last updated 21 February, 2008

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