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War Memorial - All Saints Church, Hitcham, Suffolk, England




1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945


All Saints Church

The panels are situated inside of the church of All Saints.

Memorial panel WW I and WW II To the glory of God

In honoured memory of
the men of this parish
who gave their lives in the
Great War 1914 - 1918
Victor M. Brown
Atanley A. R. Barton
Sidney A. Barton
Charles J. Bolton
Frederick Brett
Robert H. W. Cobbold
Edgar F. W. Cobbold
Harry Cobbold
Frederick D. R. Crick
John Dickerson
Frank Dickerson
George Edwards
Harry Green
Percy R. Fairweather
William Fisher
Percy R. Garner
Frank Groom
Ernest H. Hubbard
William Knock
William Knock
Bertie W. Knock
Charles H. Lister
Walter B. Ruffell
Charls R. Squirrell
Robert Whymark
"Greater love hath no man than this
that a man lay down his life for his friends"

This further tablet was erected in proud memory
of the men who fell in the World War 1939 - 1945
Sidney J. Arbon
Geirge W. Groom
George W. Knock
Victor C. Pitts
Walter W. Rampling
Arthur W. Reynolds
Anthony O. Willingham


Memorial panel Cobbold family In loving memory of
Robert Henry Wanklyn Cobbold
St. John's College, Cambridge,
Lieut. 2nd Battn. The Rifle Brigade,
killed in action Sep. 9, 1915,
resting at Fleurbaix, aged 22 years.
"Blessed are the pure in heart."

"Enter thou into the joy of thy Lord."
Edgar Francis Wanklyn Cobbold,
7th Battn. Cheshire Regt.
and the Royal Flying Corps,
fell January 12, 1916, resting at
Haregurdin(?), aged 20 years.

Robert Henry Wanklyn Cobbold
Rank:
Date of Birth:
Date of Death:
Age:
Regiment:
Cemetery:
Add. Information:
Lieutenant
abt. 1893
09 September 1915
22
6th Bn. attd. 2nd Bn. Rifle Brigade
Y Farm Military Cemetery, Bois-Grenier, France
Son of Robert Russell Cobbold and Mary Elizabeth Cobbold,
of The Rectory, Hitcham, Ipswich.
Native of Earl's Barton, Northampton.

Edgar Francis Wanklyn Cobbold
Rank:
Date of Birth:
Date of Death:
Age:
Regiment:
Cemetery:
Add. Information:
Lieutenant
abt. 1896
12 January 1916
20
7th Bn. Cheshire Regiment
Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, France
Son of Robert Russell Cobbold and Mary Elizabeth Cobbold,
of The Rectory, Hitcham, Ipswich.


Three military graves are situated in the churchyard of All Saints church:

Charles Robert Squirrell Victor Brunsden Thorne Anthony Owen Willingham
Charles Robert Squirrell
† 25 February 1918
Victor Brunsden Thorne
† 13 November 1939
Anthony Owen Willingham
† 16 July 1945


All Saints Church
Picture owner: Adrian S. Pye
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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