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LAUGHTON WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Transcribed Janet Graves 2004

The memorials are in Laughton Pairsh Church of All Saints. They cover those who died in service in World War 1 and 2 plus the civilians who died in World War 2.

Photographs Copyright © Janet Graves 2004

THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918
IN PROUD AND GRATEFUL MEMORY
OF OUR MEN
WHO DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY.

ACRES

George

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ACRES

Joseph

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BOURNER

Arthur

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BRETT

Charles J

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ELLIS

Richard

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FUNNELL

Albert

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FUNNELL

Frank

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FUNNELL

Henry

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GOLDS

Harry

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HAIRE

George

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HAIRE

Robert

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HUTSON

Alfred G

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HUTSON

Albert J

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IZZARD

Henry W

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KEMP

Charles J

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LANGRIDGE

John

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MOCKFORD

Harry T

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PACKHAM

George

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1939 – 1945

ASH

Henry C

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BENNETT

Frank E H

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BOARER

Victor

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HANBURY

Philip H C

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“GREATER LOVE HAS NO MAN THAN THIS, THAT
A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS.”

 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
THOSE PARISHIONERS OF LAUGHTON
WHO WERE KILLED BY FLYING BOMBS
DURING THE WORLD WAR 1939 – 1945

FOORD

Albert

Civilian of Shortgate Cottages, Laughton. Husband of Ellen Foord (below). Died at Shortgate Cottages, Laughton 4th August 1944. Aged 68. Listed in the Rural District of Hailsham Civilian Roll of Honour.

FOORD

Ellen

Civilian of Shortgate Cottages, Laughton. Wife of Albert Foord (above). Died at Shortgate Cottages, Laughton 4th August 1944. Aged 72. Listed in the Rural District of Hailsham Civilian Roll of Honour.

TOBITT

Emily Kate

Civilian of Shortgate Post Office, Laughton. Wife of Frederick Tobitt. Died at Shortgate Post Office 4th August 1944. Aged 51. Listed in the Rural District of Hailsham Civilian Roll of Honour.

TOMSETT

Julia Anna

Civilian of Shortgate Cottages, Laughton. Wife of Edwin Tomsett. Died at Shortgate Cottages 4th August 1944. Aged 82. Listed in the Rural District of Hailsham Civilian Roll of Honour.

Other memorials

JOYCELYN BRUDENELL PELHAM
6TH EARL OF CHICHESTER, O.B.E.,
BORN MAY 21 1871 DIED AT STANMER NOV. 14 1926.
ETON AND TRINITY COLL., CAMBRIDGE.
CAPT. AND BREVET LIEUT. COL. 5TH BATTN. ROYAL SUSSEX REGT.
DY. LIEUT. AND J.P. FOR E. SUSSEX. D.A. A.G. WAR OFFICE 1915–18.
A PUBLIC WORKS LOAN COMMISSIONER 1904-26.
A MAN GREATLY BELOVED

FRANCIS GODOLPHIN HENRY PELHAM
7TH EARL OF CHICHESTER
BORN MAR 23 1905 DIED AT STANMER NOV. 22 1926
ETON AND TRINITY COLL. OXFORD
LOVELY AND PLEASANT IN THEIR LIVES, AND
IN THEIR DEATH THEY WERE NOT DIVIDED.

25 July 2004

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