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War Memorial - Wimborne St Giles, Dorset, England

1914 - 1919

St. Giles' Church Roll of Honour WW I

for the men
of this Parish
who died
for their
1914 1919

Arthur Clement, Pte., 5th Dorsets
Sidney Cousins, Pte., 5th Dorsets
Arthur Cutler, Segt., Q. O. D. Yeo.
Christopher Cooper, Cpl., Coldstream Guards
Thomas Downer, Pte., 5th Dorsets
Anthony Henning, Pte., 5th Dorsets
Ernest James, Pte., 1st R. M.
Daniel Loader, Pte., 2nd S. African Inf.
Frank Loader, Pte., 10th Canadians
Norman Lockyer, Segt., Q. O. D. Yeo.
Frank Lonnen, Pte., 7th Somerset L. I.
George Pinhorn, Tpr., Q. O. D. Yeo.
Jack Pinhorn, Pte., 3rd Worcesters
Jesse Parsons, Pte., 2nd Leinsters
Albert Read, Pte., 1st Dorsets
James Renyard, Pte., 5th Dorsets
Edward Richards, Pte., 5th R. I. Lancers
Hector Riman, Pte., 1st R. Warwicks
George Simmons, Cpl., M. M., Tank Corps
George Slater, Pte., 5th Dorsets
John Sprake, Tpr., Q. O. D. Yeo.
Frank Snellgrove, Pte., M. G. C.
Fred Snellgrove, Pte., Wilts
David Thorne, Pte., Devons

St. Giles' Church
Picture owner: Maigheach-gheal
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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