United Church Winchester

WW1 & WW2 Memorial Plaques

Parchment Street Methodist Church - Winchester

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WWI memorial at United Church

Rev Debbie Borda

In loving memory of the men who fell in the Great War 1914 - 19

William Andrews
Edgar Frank Barratt
Bertram Charles Dumper
William Harvey
Alfred George Marks
Henry John Payne
Charles Piper
Percy Gerald Povey
George Otty Povey
Edwin Walter Whitcher

They gave their lives for us

 

 

 

 

Photo:WWI memorial at United Church

WWI memorial at United Church

Rev Debbie Borda

 

Remember  
Hubert George Maidment
Sergeant Second London Regt.
who died for his country
about September the fifteenth
MCMXVI during the battle
of the Somme,
aged XXV years.
He was much loved for he
was faithful in service.

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Peter's Methodist Church - Winchester

In humble gratitude to the memory of those who have made the
SUPREME SACRIFICE
Thomas A. Alexander
A. Harold Allen
Albert E. Brooks
V. Wesley Cobern
Wilfred G. Cobern
Frederick Hensler
Sidney G. Inge
John D. Hewetson
Frank Lewington
Albert Presslee
Hugh Prior
John E. Saunders
John Simmons
Charles W. Wiggins
Harry Wright
Frederick H. Verrall

 

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The following also served
Maurice Adams
F. Percy Allen
James Blenkin
Frank E. Bricknell
Harold H. Brooks
Victor Brown
Arthur S. Burgess
George Carpenter
Reginald A. Chapman
Morley T. Cobern
Stanley F. Cobern
Theodore Cole
Horace J. Cox
Reginald H. Cox
William Cockshead
Reginald Cockshead
Harold Cockshead
William Dixon
John Facey
Alfred Faithfull
ROLL OF HONOUR 1914 - 1919 
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The following connected with this church also served Roll continued
Frank Faithfull
Reginald Faithfull
Alfred Gardner
Herbert W. Griffin
Ernest Gummerson
Gerald A. Hall
George Hatcher
Charles E. Hammond
Horace Henning
Albert E. Hicketts
Norman O. Higgins
Frederick W. Hillier
Leonard Holton
Harry Inge
William T. Jackson
Herbert L. Jennings
John Lewington
Walter Lucas
William Morley
Edwin Moss
Edwin P. Osmond
Cecil T.M. Palmer
Laban Presslee
Cyril A. Portsmouth
Edwin Richards
Sidney Rix
William J. Ryall.BA
William R. Sherren
Percy G. Sherren
George Stevens
Herbert Verrall
William Verrall
John Vick
Albert Wiseman
Charles J. Wright
Joseph G. Wright
Frank J. Wright
James Wroe 
ROLL OF HONOUR 1914 - 1919
Photo:WWI memorial at United Church

WWI memorial at United Church

Rev Debbie Borda

Photo:WWI memorial at United Church

WWI memorial at United Church

Rev Debbie Borda

Winchester United Reform Church (formerly Jewery Street Congregational Church)

To the Glory of God, and in grateful memory of the men of this congregation who fell in the Great War. 1914 - 19

Guy George Bartlett 2nd Lieut. Royal Air Force. Fell at Flammerville, France. 6th April 1918.

Ephraim Dickinson 1st A.M. Royal Air Force. Died in hospital at St Omer, France. 22nd Feb. 1919.

Arthur Francis Rayner Dyer Capt. & Adjutant 3/2 Kings African Rifles. Fell in German East Africa. 30th Sept. 1917.

Frank Joseph Head 1st Class Petty Officer, Royal Navy. Died on Submarine C34 in the North Sea. 21st July 1917.

Ernest Gerald Marshall Sergeant 379 Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Arty. Killed in action in France. 24th Sept. 1918.

Fred White L/Cpl. 4th Batt. Grenadier Guards. Killed near Merville. 13th April 1918.

We bless and thank thee, Lord, for those, the good and brave, who, eager at their country's call, strong, undismayed, surrendered all: Grant them eternal rest.

Photo:WW2 war memorial

WW2 war memorial

Rev Debbie Borda

 

 

To the Glory of God and in grateful memory of the men of this congregation who gave their lives in the World War 1939 - 1945

Flight Lieut Leslie George Butt R.A.F.V.R. Aged 30. Killed on air operations 1st Sept 1944

Lieut David Frederick Holdaway Royal Corps of Signals Aged 28. Died at G.H.Q. Cairo 2nd Feb 1945 A trustee of this church and Deacon of the churches in Rochdale (Smallbridge) & Cairo

Pte Stanley Frank Joyce The Queen's Royal Regt. Aged 36. Died 19th May 1945 following release as prisoner of war.

Sgt Pilot Edward George Asquith Taylor R.A.F.V.R. Aged 27. Killed on air operations 7th April 1943

And so they passed over and all the trumpets sounded for them on the other side

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