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War Memorial - Wembry, Devon, England




1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

St. Werberg's Church, Wembry, Devon, England
The memorial panels are to find in St. Werburgh's church.


Names WW I Names WW II

This tablet is erected
by the parishioners of Wembry
to the glory of God
and in grateful memory of those men
who fell in the Great War of 1914 - 18.
Charles L. Blackmore
Herbert L. Blackmore
Edgar Giles
Archibald Walke
George Woodley
"Who jeoparded their lives unto death
in the high places of the field."   Judges 5 V 18

The treble bell in this tower was
cast and dedicated November 13th 1949
to the glory of God and
in thankful remembrance of

Anthony C. E. Ayre
Florence M. L. Easterbrook
James H. Geater
Frederick T. F. Hingston
Frederick W. Hingston
William J. Keast
Donald C. Loram
James S. Mather
Sidney McKay
Frank Milden
Albert Newton
Walter W. A. Rushbrook
George Sly
Arthur C. Spreat
Edward Willcox
Albert Willingham


Who gave their lives for their
country in the Second Great War
1939 - 1945



Angel   

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.

   Angel



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Lost Ancestors 14 July 2018