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FARNHAM WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2. Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Stuart Green 2006

The War Memorials are situated inside the parish church and take the form of two plaques. The World War 1 plaque is made from brass and commemorates three men from World War 1, it was cast by Mr P F Alexander. The World War 2 plaque is made from marble and conatins ther names of four men.

1914-1918

COATES

Edwin James

Gunner 86279, 162nd Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 09/05/1917. Age 28. Son of Mrs A Coates of Farnham. Buried at La Targette British Cemetery, Neuville-St Vaast

NEWSON

Amos William

rivate 24154, 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died 10/04/1917. Age 23. Only son of William and Laura Edith Newson of "Old Parsonage, Farnham. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial

ROWE

William James

Driver 68122, 6th Division Ammunition Column, Royal Field Artillery. Died 23/10/1915. Born Saxmundham. Buried at Ste Marie Cemetery, Le Havre

1939-1945

BERRY

Granville Arthur

Private 5828253, 4th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died 21/09/1944. Age 23. Son of Arthur William and Eliza Jane Berry of Farnham. Commemorated on the Singapore Memorial

SPINK

Albert Edward

Gunner 962426, 135 (The Hertfordshire Yeomanry) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 15/10/1943. Age 23. Son of Elijah and Mary Spink, of Farnham. husband of Dorothy Mary Spink of Farnham. Buried at Chungkai War Cemetery

STABB

Nicholas John

Flying Officer (Pilot) 67109, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 418 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force. Died 20/05/1942. Age 30. Son of Sir Newton John Stabb Kt, OBE, and of Lady Stabb (nee Townsend) of Sarratt, Hertfordshire. Buried at Amersfoort (Oud Leusden) General Cemetery. At the time of Flying Officer Stabb’s death, 418 Squadron were flying Bostons on sorties over Europe

WINTER

Francis B

Platoon Commander, 8th Suffolk Battalion, Home Guard. Died 05/04/1941. Age 55. Son of the Revd Canon E J A Winter DD and Horatia Winter. husband of Phyllis Winter of Farnham Old Vicarage. Buried at Farnham (St Mary) Churchyard. Platoon Commander Winter’s death is recorded at Ipswich

Last updated 28 September, 2006

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