Witchampton

Roll of Honour

Transcribed from Plaques in the Parish Church of St Mary, St Cuthberga & All Saints and from the War Memorial in the Churchyard by Kim Parker for the Dorset OPC Project.

Witchampton War Memorial

Kim Parker 2012

 

TO THE GLORY OF GOD

AND IN THANKFUL REMEMBRANCE OF

THE MEN OF MOOR CRICHEL, LONG CRICHEL

AND WITCHAMPTON

WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR KING AND COUNTRY

IN THE GREAT WAR

1914 1918

AND

1939 1945

 

WITCHAMPTON

Lance Corporal Walter DENNETT

20 OCT 1914

Private Henry George TUBBS

19 FEB 1915

Private Walter Henry DOMONEY

15 OCT 1915

Driver Reginald Arthur GALE

24 JUN 1916

Gunner Edward Francis DOWLAND

04 MAR 1917

Gunner Martin Augustine CHRISTOPHER

24 MAR 1917

Rifleman William George BASKETT

10 APR 1917

Private Henry Charles DEW

18 AUG 1917

Sapper Morgan Philip ROBERTS

28 DEC 1917

Driver Arthur John MAIDMENT

18 APR 1918

Private William George CHRISTOPHER

24 APR 1918

Private Herbert DOMONEY

22 JUL 1918

Private Maurice Bennett GILBERT

10 DEC 1918

WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR

1914 - 1919


Memorial Plaque in the Church

Kim Parker 2010


1939-1945

 Edward CUFF

Sidney J. DUKE

Maurice GALE

William JOY

Edward F. JARRETT

Robert S. G. MILLER

Jack READ

 

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever I command you.

 

St John, Chapter 15, verses 13 & 14

 

 

Also commemorated on the War Memorial in the Churchyard:

 

LONG CRICHEL

 

Harry BENNETT

Charles BENNETT

George FRAMPTON

Ernest George KENDALL

James GODDARD

Sidney LEVER

 

MOOR CRICHEL

 

Reginald John Benjamin CARTER

Harry Charles CHRISTOPHER

Marcus Wilson COOMBES

Arthur FUTCHER

Harry GILBERT

Reginald Arthur GALE

Lester Staples HOLLOWAY

Harold Willis KIMBER

James RIDEOUT

Captain the Honourable Gerard Philip Montagu Napier STURT Coldstream Guards

John Thomas STEDMAN

Clarence WITHERINGTON

NAPIER, 3rd Baron Alington R.A.F.

Francis DOWDING

Kenneth MILLER

Gordon BUDDEN

Roy KING

 

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