Roll of Homour
in St. Mary's Church

There is a new Roll of Honour for the Great War, 1914 - 1918, which includes some entries that had previously been omitted. This has replaced the original one that hung in St. Mary's Church.

The names below are those included in the list.

ANDREWS Cambridge, ANDREWS Frank, ANDREWS Norman

AVIS Frank, BARRETT David, BARRETT Robert

BARRETT John (died), BLYTH James, BROOKES James

BUCK Jack (died) NEW, COOPER Gordon, COOPER Herbert (died)

COOPER Lewis (died) NEW, DEWING Alfred, DICKERSON Frederick (died) NEW

DURRANT Russell, DYE George (died) NEW, FEEK Frederick (died) NEW

FULLER Edgar, GOWING Ernest, GOWING Alfred

GOWING Will, GOODSWEN Arthur, GOATE Ellis

HARWIN Ralph (died), HEROD Laurence (died) NEW, HOWELL Sidney

HOWELL Ben, KNIVETT Fred, KIRBY Edward

LEVERETT Herbert, LINCOLN Cubitt, LINCOLN George

LLOYD Frederick (died) NEW, PIDGEON Fred, PIDGEON Walter

PIDGEON William (died) NEW, PIDGEON John, PINCH Henry

POTTER Herbert, POTTER William, SCRANCHER Fred

SEMMENS George, SHELDRAKE George, SHELDRAKE John (died) NEW

SQUIRES Arthur, SUCKLING Jack (died, THORPE Robert

WARNES Percy, WHINCUP John (died), WRIGHT Sidney

Also in the church in a stone memorial giving the names of those who died in WW1 (now outdated) and WW2.

The five who died in WW1 are included on the original hand written scroll, and now on the updated one.

The names below are those who lost their lives in WW2:

BRIGHTON Gordon (died), DYE Brian (died)

A booklet is being prepared on all those included on the Roll of Honour and the current version is available on the Publications page.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission - a commemoration to the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars is a very useful source of information.