their lives for their Country and whose names are recorded on the Tablet in the Church
"Ye who live on, mid English pastures green.
Remember us, and think what might have been."
1914 - 1919
Lt Herbert W ETHELSTON, Gren Guards|
Sub-Lt J H M NEWALL, Drake Batt'n R N D
Pte Walter CLIFF, 13th Cheshire
Pte George H DURANT, 10th Cheshire
Pte Alfred FOSTER, 14th Cycle Corps
Driver Alfred HOPLEY, RFA
Pte Percy G IKIN, 2nd S Lancashires
Gunner Alec KERRY, RHA
L Cpl Tom MADDOCKS, 1st Manchesters
Pte William MADDOCKS, 2nd Cheshires
Pte John MADDOCKS, 5th Royal Warwicks
Pte Loseph MADDOCKS, KSLI
Pte Jack MORREY, KSLI
Pte William G PURCELL, Machine Gun Corps
Rifleman Clement THOMAS, KLR
"These in the glorious morning of their days.
THIS TABLET & THE LYCHGATE WERE ERECTED