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War Memorial - St. Peter's Church, Bruisyard, Suffolk, England

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

St. Peter's Church

The panel and the Roll of Honour is
to find inside of the church of St. Peter.

Names WW I and WW II Sacred to the memory of
Bruisyard men who fell in the
Great War 1914 - 1918.
F. A. Churchyard, Suffolk Regt.
F. L. Mayhew, R. West Kent Regt.
W. Nicholls, Suffolk Regt.
J. Neal, Yorks Regt.
J. Clarke, W. Yorks Regt.
E. Last, Machine Gun Corps
T. Wright, Grenadier Guards
1939 - 1945
Charles Kemp,
Suffolk Regt.
Alfred William Garnham,
Royal Artillery

Roll of Honour WW I
European War 1914 - 1918
Greater love hath no
a man lay down his
Cross man than this, that
life for his friends

Jack Clarke
in France

Fred A. Churchyard
at Cernoy

William Nichols
in France

Ernest Leggett
near Hill 60

Leonard Mayhew
died of wounds at Rouen

Thomas Wright
at Arras

Ernest Last
in Flandern

James Neal
in France

Take the souls that died for duty
In Thy tender pierced hand.
Crown the faulty lives with beauty
Offered for their fatherland.
All forgiving
With the living,
May they in Thy Kingdom stand.
Good Friday 1916

July 1st, 1916

Nov 1st, 1916

June 18th, 1917

April 1st, 1918

May 27th, 1918

Sep 21st, 1918

Oct 18th, 1918

St. Peter's Church
Picture owner: Evelyn Simak
Source: geograph
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This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.




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