St James' Church

East Lambrook

 

The Men of the Lambrooks
Who Fell in the Great War
1914 - 1918

 

Pte. Harry Down.  Glos. L.I.
Fell in the Somme Battle July 23rd 1916.  Aged 23

Sergt. John Down.  8th Som. L.I
Fell in France 3rd March 1918.  Aged 23

Pte. Frederick William Edward Elliott
14th Royal Warwicks.  Fell in France

Pte. George W Newis.  80th Batt. O.E.F
Fell in France June 7th 1917

Pte. Norman Pipe.  2/5th Som. L.I. Fell in the Syrian
Desert at the Capture of Kut. April 1916

Gunner Ben Russ.  R.F.A.
Fell in Franch September 5th 1918.  Aged 25

Pte. Douglas Stanley Say.  1st A.I.F.
Fell at Gallipoli May 24th 1915.  Aged 26

Sergt. Leonard Say.  M.M. 1st A.I.F. Machine
Gun Corps. Fell in France November 6th 1917.  Aged 25

Lce. Wesley Stuckey. 1st Som. L.I.
Fell on the Somme July 1st 1916

Cpl. Joseph Walden. P.P.C.L.I. & M.P.
Fell at Ypres April 25th 1915. Aged 23

 

 

 

In Honoured Memory of
Those of This Parish Who Fell
1939 - 1945

 

William John Lintern

Adrian Malcolm King

Joseph Oaten

 

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