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War Memorial - Sandown, Isle of Wight, England

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

War Memorial WW I and WW II InscriptionWar Memorial WW I and WW II
the love of them
who came not home
from the wars

1914-1918  -  1939-1945

1914 - 1918
Names WW I Adams, W. G., Pte.
Arnell, R. B., Lt.
Arnold, W. J., P. O.
Askew, J. W., Bdr.
Attrill, P. E. S., Sgt.
Atrill, R. J. C., Pte.
Bennett, R., Lt.
Barber, W. H., L'Sgt.
Barber, F. C., Pte.
Black-Barnes, C. T., L'Rn.
Boxer, H. E. R., Lt.-Col.
Boyce, T. F., Cpl.
Burgess, J., RSM
Butcher, H., Sgt.
Butcher, L. E., Pte.
Butcher, P., Cpl.
Cassford, F. G., Pte.
Church, A. P., Pte.
Churchill, A. E., Rfn.
Churchill, A., Bdr.
Cooper, W. C., Coms.
Cox, W. H., Sgt.
Cumming, A. G. C., L'Cpl.
Dampier-Child, T. F., Eng.Lt.E.
Denness, G., Rfn.
Dennett, H. B., Pte.
Names WW I Dennett, D. G., Cpl.
Derbridge, E. J., Pte.
Dunn, G., Rfn.
Floyd, W., C'Sgt.
Ford, R. P., Lt.
Forehead, G. E., L'Cpl.
Gatrell, F. W., Gr.
Hamm, A. J., Cpl.
Hanlon, G. H., Pte.
Hardy, V. H., Lt.
Hayden, W. H., Sgt.
Hayden, H., Pte.
Hayden, C. F., Pte.
Holbrook, G. F., Rfn.
Hunter, A. H., Lt.
Janes, H. L., L'Cpl.
Kent, E. V., Rfn.
Kent, W. T., Pte.
King, G. A., Pte.
Leal, H. M., Sgt.
Love, F. S., L'Cpl.
Matthews, J., Gr.
Mumby, W. H., Cpl.
New, W. J., Dr.
Newbery, W. J., CPO
Orchard, D., Sgt.
Names WW I O'Hare, H. M., Sgt.
Page, V., Lt.
Palmer, H., Sgt.
Parkes, P. R., Lt.
Phillips, G. R., Dr.
Pitt, G. R., AB.
Punch, H. L., Rfn.
Radford, J. C., Pte.
Read, F. G. L., Pte.
Reed, W. G., Rfn.
Roberts, W. E., Cpl.
Rogers, A., L'Cpl.
Sagar, J. H., Sgt.
Sawley, W. D., Dr.
Scarr, G. S., L'Cpl.
Shier, E. J., Bdr.
Smith, F. C., CSM
Smith, B., Pte.
Sothcott, P. G., Stoker
Symmans, F. J., Gr.
Thomas, S., Gr.
Titmarsh, J., Bdr.
West, F., Pte.
White, C., Rfn.
Yeates, E. J., AB
Stay, W. S., Stoker

1939 - 1945

Names WW II
J. W. Appleby, Private
W. Barsdell, Petty Officer
D. C. Barker, Pilot Officer
R. Barker, D. F. C., Flying Officer
W. Barker, Aux. Fireman
D. Berry, Gunner
G. B. Blaker, Major
E. F. Blow, Bombardier
R. Brading, Sergeant
E. Briant, Lance Sergeant
E. Burt, Leading Signalman
M. A. T. Burke, Major
S. W. Butcher, Private
A. J. Cassford, Warrant Officer
R. W. Clarke, Corporal
Rev. J. Cox, Squadron Leader
F. S. B. Cranmore, W/M.
E. Dandy, Sergeant/Flt. Eng.
J. Findon, War Correspondent "Daily Express"
S. Garratt, Rifleman
J. Harding, Sergeant
F. C. Hentsch, Flying Officer
A. Holbrook, Petty Officer
A. E. Hunt, Petty Officer
A. H. Jarvis, Second Officer
G. H. Kent, Bombardier
J. Kershaw, Ld. Am.
G. F. Locke, Sergeant Pilot
P. C. Marks, Private
F. Milmore, Petty Officer
J. Moorman, Lance Sergeant
G. Morgan, ??
C. O'Regan, Lance Sergeant
G. Peters, Royal Navy
C. Pragnell, Gunner
A. Raven, Lieutenant
C. Richards, RAC
G. Rumbold, LAC
E. Sagar, Sergeant
P. Scovell, Private
W. Smith, Gunner
G. W. Squibb, Lance Bombardier
S. W. G. Thomas, Royal Navy
W. Wyke, Acting Petty Officer
F. W. Stubbings, Sergeant, R. A. F. V. R.

The war memorial was discovered by Mr. Paul Turner. Thank you very much, Paul.
Also many thanks to the team of "Memorials & Monuments on the Isle of Wight".
Our information page wouldn't be possible without their hard work.


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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