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War Memorial - Moretonhampstead, Devon, England

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

War Memorial WW I and WW II

Inscription WW I To the memory of
the men of this
parish who fell in
the Great War
1914 - 1919
as a tribute of our
undying honour
and affection this
stone is set up

"When can their
glory fade?"
Names WW I
H. Abraham, H. Aggett, S. Aggett, W. H. Aggett,
C. H. N. Beer, F. J. Beer, G. Bennett, S. Bennett,
A. L. Bond, G. Bray, A. W. Brimblecombe, G. Crout,
A. J. East, P. W. East, A. T. Endicott, F. W. Endicott,
J. C. Griffen, W. A. Hannaford, T. Harding,
W. J. Hillman, F. Huxtable, A. T. Hyett, F. R. Jackman,
H. G. Lake, R. Miller, W. H. Slee, F. P. Snell, W. Snell,
W. E. Stockman, E. W. Sussex, R. A. Sussex, J. Townshend,
W. J. Underhill, E. Wannell, W. Willcocks, O. B. W. Wills

Inscription WW II Remember also
the men who
gave their lives
for their country
in the war
1939 - 1945
Names WW II
S. Aggett, W. J. Bennett, L. C. Colwill, A. H. Cuming,
G. Davie, H. E. Drodge, E. Heale, C. E. Jeffery, F. P. Milton,
C. G. Neck, R. Painter, C. S. Peardon

Please see the Moretonhampstead Roll of Honour for more information.


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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