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War Memorial - Bloxworth, Dorset, England

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

St. Andrew's Church War Memorial WW I and  WW II
The memorial is located in the grounds of St. Andrew's church.

To the glory of God
and in grateful remembrance of those
of this parish who gave their lives
in the Great Wars
1914 - 1919
War Memorial WW I and  WW II Cpl. H. Durant
Sergt. H. P. Elford
Pte. E. B. Elford
Pte. W. R. Hunt
2/Lt. Jocelyn H. C. Lane
Gunr. Walter G. C. Lane

Greater love hath no man than this.

1939 - 1945

Pte. R. A. J. Cuff
Pte. H. B. Elford

The following panel can be found inside of St. Andrew's church:

Panel Lane family To the glory of God
and in memory of two beloved sons
who gave their lives for their country

2nd Lt. Jocelyn Henry Cambridge Lane
Coldstream Guards
who died in France on active service
Born August 29th, 1884 • Died October 16th, 1918

Gunner Walter George Cambridge Lane
309 Siege Battery Honoble Arty.-Coy. R. G. A.
who died when on leave from France
Born April 24th, 1887 • Died February 19th, 1919

Second and third son of F. G. A. and M. E. A. Lane
of Bloxworth House and Poxwell - Dorset.

"They go from strength to strength."

St. Andrew's Church
Picture owner: John Lamper
Source: geograph
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