A memorial at St. Peter and St. Paul Roman Catholic Church commemorates 46 men of the parish who died in the First World War. A pair of brass plaques, inscribed with the names of the dead, are mounted on either side of a three metre tall figure of Christ on the cross.
St Peter and St Paul Roman Catholic Church Memorial Plaque
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Find out more about some of the individuals featured on this memorial by selecting from one of the names below.
To view a complete list of every individual commemorated on this memorial, please click on the memorial inscription link above.
|Name||Regiment||Year of death|
|Arthur Edward Urlwin||Lancashire Fusiliers||1918|
|Charles Cowley Dennis||Royal Flying Corps||1917|
|Cyril George Treby||East Surrey Regiment||1918|
|Daniel Crummey||East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)||1918|
|Edgar A Rankin||Essex Regiment||1917|
|Edward John Bland||Gloucestershire Regiment||1916|
|Edward Victor Wells Haddy||London Regiment||1915|
|Eric Maxime Couturier||Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)||1918|
|Francis William Hambley-Acheson||East Lancashire Regiment||1917|
|Fritz Alexander Levey||London Regiment (London Irish Rifles)||1918|
|George B O'Flynn||Royal Air Force||1918|
|George L Quirk||Royal Fusiliers||1917|
|Henry Alfred Pelham||Royal Navy||1914|
|Horace J Corrigan||Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)||1917|
|John Aloysius Guest||Middlesex Regiment||1916|
|Maurice Stephen Baker||King's Royal Rifle Corps||1918|
|Michael Fordham||Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve||1917|
|Thomas O’Connor||Reserve Cavalry Regiment||1919|
|William James Ewen||Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)||1918|