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WEST BUCKLAND WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Detailed information
Compiled and Copyright © David Greig 2006

The memorial stands on the village green at the junction of Church Drive and Siler St, Dyers Close. It btakes the form of a very simple, rough hewn obelisk set in a railed enclosure. There are 13e names for World War 1 and 5 for World War 2. The memorial cost £49 10s to erect and the manufacturers were De Lark Granite Company. In The base and railings were renewed in 1992 after a lorry was in collision with the memorial.

FOR KING
AND
COUNTRY
1914 - 1918

BROOKS

E

Major - No further information currently available

TOTTKE

S

Quartermaster Sergeant - No further information currently available

HUTCHINS

J

Sergeant - No further information currently available

TOTTLE

J

Corporal - No further information currently available

BLACKMORE

W

Private - No further information currently available

DUNBAR

S

Private - No further information currently available

FUSSELL

W

Private - No further information currently available

GRIFFIN

T

Private - No further information currently available

CULLIFORD

W

Private - No further information currently available

TOOZE

E

Private - No further information currently available

VINCENT

W

Private -No further information currently available

VINCENT

A

Private - No further information currently available

WRIGHT

W

Private - No further information currently available

1939 - 1945

BELL

R

No further information currently available

FOURACRE

P

No further information currently available

HOPE

P

No further information currently available

SLOCOMBE

R

No further information currently available

Last updated 11 November, 2007

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