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Monumental Inscriptions of St Werburgh Church, Hoo - recorded by D. E. Williams August 2011

War Memorial  

204.   North Wall, North Aisle

TO
THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD
AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF THE
MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
FOR KING AND COUNTRY IN
THE GREAT WAR
1914 1918

W. BARNARD
L.C. BLACKMAN
H.T. BRAMBLE
A.S. COOMBE
F.W. CORBY
W.J. FROMON
G.A. HUBBLE
W.W. HUTCHINGS
E.G. KADWILL
W.A. KADWILL
O.S. LINGHAM
F.H. MILNER
A. MOODY
J.A. MOUNT
E.A. POYNTER
W.T. SCOTCHMAN
A.H. SEDEN
A.G.C. SIMPER
O.V. SKINNER
A. THOMAS

"MAY THEY REST IN PEACE"

1939 1945

A.G.C. BLACK
F. BEECHING
A. BURGES
C. CLEGG
G. COX
B. FORD
T.H. PADMORE

C.E. RAGGETT
J. RUSSELL
E.A. WRIGHT
J.E. BARNES
R.A.J. BURDEN
H. CAIRNS
E. COPELAND
F.G. CULLEN
A. GOODSELL
W.J. PEEK
J. READ
G. SAKER

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