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WEST TARRING
WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Chris Comber 2007

The West Tarring memorial is in the form of a large illuminated wooden board on the north wall of St. Andrews Parish Church listed with surnames and usually one christian name. Nearly all the 85 names are included on the main War memorial in Chapel Road.

Photographs Copyright © Chris Comber 2007

1914-1919

ANSFIELD

Wilfred Clarence

Buried St. Andrews Churchyard

BEUTTLER

Charles B O

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BLOOMER

A Kenneth

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BIDDLECOMBE

Edward G

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BLUNDEN

Edward

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BORANE

C J

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CALDER

Frederick

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CAMPBELL

Harry S

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CARPENTER

John

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CHARMAN

Albert E

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CHARMAN

Samuel Ernest Mitchell

Lance Cpl SD/3313, 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 39th. Division. Killed in action on the Rue de Bois 30 June 1916. Next of kin, West Tarring. Born in Goring and enlisted in Worthing. Commemorated on The Loos Memorial.

CHILDS

Thomas

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COZENS

Ernest

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CURD

Charles H

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DAUGHTREY

William

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DUFFIELD

James R D

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DUFFIELD

Oscar S

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DENYER

Herbert

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DYER

John M

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FIELD

Thomas W

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FLETCHER

George L

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FLETCHER

Harold M

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GARBETT

Hubert E K

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GASSON

Henry W

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GASSON

Reginald H

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GILES

William Percy

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GREENYER

Alfred J

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GUY

Jasper T

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HARRIS

Leonard Thomasson

Gunner 930568, "A" Battery 281st. Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action 19 August 1917. Son of Nathaniel Mason & Emma Ann Harris of "Belmont" Church Road, West Tarring. Born in London and enlisted in Woolwich. Commemorated on The Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.

HAULKHAM

Sidney G

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HART

William

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HELME

Thomas H

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HENSON

Harold

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HILLS

Edward A

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HOBBS

Arthur

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HOLLAND

George W

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HOLLAND

Herbert N

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HUMPHREY

Charles H

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JERVIS

John F

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JILLETT

Nelson

Private G/15935, 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment 39th. Division Killed in action near Ypres 20 June 1917. Aged 34. Born in Emsworth, and enlisted in Worthing. Employed as a nurseryman in West Tarring. Buried in Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery, Belgium.

JOYES

Jack

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KNIGHT

Ernest C

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KNIGHT

Stanley Albert

Private G/2767, 8th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment 18th. Division. Died of wounds 14 January 1916. Aged 19. Son of Mrs Harriett Standing of 2, South View, Durrington. Born in West Tarring and enlisted in Worthing. Included on Durrington Parish Church War Memorial. Buried in Meaulte Military Cemetery F.370

KNIGHT

Thomas James

Private G/4543, 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 12th Division. Died of wounds in military hospital at Etaples 9 November 1916. Aged 33. Husband of Mrs Kate Knight of 8, Freshbrooke Cottages, Salt Lake, Lancing. Employee of Colwood Farm Bolney Resident of East Lodge, Bolney. Left a 12 year old son. Born in Midhurst and enlisted in Haywards Heath. Bolney Parish War Memorial. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery.

LEWIS

Horace

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LIDBETTER

Alfred H

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MADGEWICK

Ernest E

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MARSHALL

George

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MASON

John H

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MATTHEWS

Moses

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MAY

William E

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NEAL

William G

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NEWMAN

Charles William

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O’REILLY, MC

Thomas W

Captain, Middlesex Regiment. Died after the war 19 September 1920. Husband of Mrs L.M. O’Reilly of 69, Beckett Road, West Worthing. Buried in Broadwater Cemetery.

PAIGE

Thomas

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PARHAM

Robert C

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PEERLESS

Ernest Boon

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PEERLESS

Roland G

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PICKERING

Arthur E

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PIERRE

Harry A

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ROBSON

William H

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ROTHWELL

F

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SAUNDERS

John Henry

Private 44292, 3rd Reserve, Regiment of Cavalry, Home Command. Died at home 16 March 1918. Aged 18. John Saunders and Louisa Annie Charman (Saunders) of "Chez Nous" High Salvington, Worthing. Born in Salvington and enlisted in Aldershot. Buried in Broadwater Cemetery.

SAUNDERS

Percy A

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SAVAGE

Mark

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SKINNER

Alfred

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SMART

Percy

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STANDING

John J

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STEEL

Sidney

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STEVENS

Ernest W

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STROTTEN

William

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SUCH

Anthony

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SUCH

Thomas G

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SYMONS

Thomas S

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TAYLOR

Alfred R

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TEE

Reginald A

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THIRLWELL

Walter H

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TILL

Ernest G

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VAUGHAN

John Muir

Second Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Division. Wounded during the 2nd Battle of Cambrai and died on the 18 September 1918. Aged 19. Son of Major General R.E. Vaughan (CB) and Mrs Amy Mountjoy Vaughan of "The Hollies"West Tarring. Included on Eastbourne War Memorial Buried in Brie British Cemetery

WATERTON

William

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WEBB

John

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WEBB

Leslie A G C

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WEBB

Richard Lloyd

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WESTLAKE

Henry J

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WOOD

Reginald J

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Last updated 1 February, 2007

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