South Warwickshire Family History Society War Memorial Transcription Project

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Long Marston Memorial Lych Gate

St. James the Great Churchyard, College Close, Long Marston, Stratford On Avon CV37 8RN

  • 1. St James the Great
  • 2. Lych Gate
  • 3. Names 1
  • 4. Names 2
  • 5. Capt Tomes Plaque

1914 HONOUR THE DEAD 1919

HAROLD ARTHUR JOSEPH ARTHUR ERNEST FOSTER WILLIAM GOULD
PERCY MEADE FRANCIS MOSELEY ARNOLD ROBBINS FRED SANDFORD
       

The Memorial Lych Gate was unveiled on 4 September 1920 by the Archdeacon of Cheltenham


THESE ALSO 1939 ~ 1945
ERIC STALLARD ALBERT CRUMP

CHURCH PLAQUE

Capt. GEOFFREY TOMES


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  • War Diary extracts are courtesy and copyright of The National Archives.
  • David Austin and the Imperial War Museum for the photographs (except Church)
  • Trench Maps are courtesy of the excellent website TMAPPER at https://www.tmapper.com
  • Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum for help with Yeomanry Soldiers
  • The County of Warwickshire Roll of Honour - Vol 1 South Warwickshire book by Kenneth Fowler. SWFHS purchased this book and retains it in our small library. Able Publishing ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1903607639 & ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1903607633
  • Find A Grave and it's numerous contributors for use of photographs, particularly Grave stones. SWFHS supplies pictures of War Memorials to the site in the name of Ian Shuter.
  • The Great War Forum an excellent source of information and knowledge which is freely given.
  • Lightbobs.com for help with Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry soldiers
  • The Story of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment by C. L. KINGSFORD - Copy owned by SWFHS
  • The Warwickshire Yeomanry in the Great War by The Hon. H.A ADDERLEY - Copy owned by SWFHS