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SOUTHWOLD WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Mick Tilley 2007

The memorial takes the form of a Cornish granite Celtic cross that stands beside Bartholomew Green just outside St Edmund's Church. Tyhe memorial was unveiled by Mr R F B Coling, and dedicated by the Venrable J G R Darling, on 3rd July 1921. The cost was met by public subscription amounting to £243 5s 3d; the builders were Messrs R J Allen & Son. Details appeared in the Eastern Daily Press 5th July 1921 and the Suffolk Chronicle 8th July 1921. The memorial was cleaned in 1989. There are 52 names for those who fell in World War 1, 20 names of servicemen who fell in World War 2 and a further 13 names for civilians that died during World War 2.

TO THE IMMORTAL MEMORY OF OUR
FELLOW-TOWNSMEN WHO FELL IN THE
GREAT WAR.
1914-1918

BARBER

R

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BLOWERS

C P

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BOYDEN

S

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BROWN

James Edward

Private 33338, 6th Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment). Died of wounds 4th December 1916. Born ane enlisted Southwold. Formerly 4141, Suffolk Regiment.

BURLEY

Alec [James]

Lance Corporasl 20797, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment. Died of wounds at gallipoli 13th December 1915. Born and resident Southwold, enlisted London. Formerly 13260, Norfolk Regiment.

CANNELL

William

Private 3/9872, 9th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 24th June 1917. Born Southwold, enlisted Ipswich.

COBB

Arthur J

Private 4385, 7th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Died of wounds 3rd August 1916. Born Southwold, enlisted Colchester, Essex, resident Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex.

COOPER

A

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COOPER

G

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DAVIS

J R

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DEDMAN

[Richard] Arthur

Private G/18889, 6th Battalion, The Buffs (East kent Regiment). Killed in action 3rd May 1917. Born, resident and enlisted Southwold.

EDWARDS

C R

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EMERSON

V

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ENGLISH

G

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ENGLISH

C

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FRYETT

Thomas

Gunner 48049, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 27th october 1916. Born Southwold, enlisted Lowestoft.

GEE

George

Gunner 885263, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action 26th August 1918. Born Southwold, enlisted Halesworth.

GOLDSMITH

B

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GOLDSMITH

T

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GOLDSMITH

M

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GOLDSMITH

W

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GREEN

A R

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GREEN

H M

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HURR

J D

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JACKSON

W

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JARVIS

J C

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LADD

A

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LADD

R J

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LAWES

T E

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MARTIN

J

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MAYHEW

R

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MILLS

N

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NELLER

W G

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NELLER

G A

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NEWBLE

G

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NICHOLS

H

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OSBORNE

L

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PENDREY

C H M

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RICHES

P

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ROGERS

S

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RUDD

H

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SPENCE

B

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STANNARD

F G

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STEDMAN

H

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THOMPSON

S

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TODMAN

J

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UPCRAFT

G

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UPCRAFT

A

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WATSON

S

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WILLIAMS

D

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WINTER

J

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SMITH

Diana

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1939-1945

BRINE

F H H

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BROWN

F

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BURRACE

K

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BLOWERS

A E

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CANNELL

D

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FOUNTAIN

F

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HURST

G S

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HURR

B

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HAMMERSLEY

E

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HOWARD

C

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MITCHELL

E

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NICHOLS

A

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WATERS

R H

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ROBERTS

G

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RAFTERY

P

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WORRALL

J

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WATSON

A S

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WALE

T H

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SIMPSON, MBE

D W

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PARKE

D A

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CIVILIANS KILLED BY
ENEMY ACTION
1939 - 1945

LAND

Mr G W

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LAND

Mrs M L

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KETT

Mr M G

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MARTIN

Miss E

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LAND

Mr A C

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BARNES

Mr E

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FIELD

Mr F

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PEARCE

Mrs A

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FRANCIS

Miss B

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NAPTHINE

Mr L M

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NAPTHINE

Mrs D M

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KATINAKIS

Mr G D

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KATINAKIS

Mrs E M

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Last updated 9 July, 2007

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