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War Memorial - Churchstanton, Somerset, England
Church of St. Peter and St. Paul



War Memorial WW I and WW II 1939



Names WW I
Dulce et decorum
est pro patria mori
(It is sweet and fitting
to die for the homeland.)

In memory of the men
of this parish
who sacrificed their lives in
the service of their country
1914 - 1918
J. N. Black, Major, Somerset Light Inf.
R. Dommett, Pte., Canadian Corps
C. Foxwell, Pte., Devon Regiment
H. Foxwell, Pte., Dorset Regiment
J. Hancock, Sto., H. M. S. Pegasus
W. Moore, Sgt., Welch Regiment
C. H. Shire, Sgt., Rifle Brigade
E. J. Baston, Pte., West Somerset Yeo.
E. W. Trim, Pte., West Somerset Yeo.
W. Smith, Pte., West Somerset Yeo.
F. Trim, Pte., Middlesex Regt.
B. W. Wright, Gnr., R. G. A.
H. L. Cross, Pte., A. V. C.
H. J. Lee, Pte., Royal Berks. Regt.
V. C. S. Mellor, Lieut., A. D. C. King's Royal Rifles
Greater love hath no man than this, that
a man lay down his life for his friends.
Names WW II
Also of those who fell in the
World War 1939 - 1945
Thomas Dommett
Frederick John Gater
Maud E. Philips
Anthony Fane Ruxton
Poppie wreath

A Roll of Honour can also be found in the church of St. Peter and St. Paul

Roll of Honour
Roll of Honour
Albert Andrews
Clifford Arscot

Phyllis Batten
Stanley Berry
John Blackmore

Frederick Carter
Clifford Clode, P. O. W.
Robert Cross
Thomas Coles

James Davied

John Ebden, P. O. W.

Bessie Gater

Austin Hannaford
Victor Hanson
Robin Horsfall
Geoffrey Horsfall
Robert Jenkins
Peter Jones

Richard Ketchell

Herbert Moore
Robert Moore
Wesley Moore
William Moore

Richard Rosewll, P. O. W.
Henry Rosewell

Doris Shire
Barbara Smith
Dorothy Smith
Douglas Smith
Frank Smith
William Sellick

Frederick Taylor
Robert Thomas

Frank Venn

Arthur Waddon
Sidney Waddon
Violet Wellesley
Georg Williams,
    P. O. W.

William Venn

Albert William
Keitch (Bill)
(Merchant Navy)
Killed in Action

Tom Dommett
Frederick Gatter
Fane Ruxton


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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