This page lists the names of all those who served “For King & Country” in World War I  and survived.

The names are taken from the two Plaques in the Village Hall and the Parish Church.

Gdsm Ash Charles – Scots Guards Tpr Harrison S – Kent Yeomanry – NOCL   Sherwood Fred – NOHL
Sgt Ash Ernest – Coldstream Guards Gnr Hayter R – RGA   Sherwood Percy – NOHL
Pte Boughton Arthur – 15th Devons – NOCL Pte Hedech A.Victor. – Kings Own Royal Lancs Pte Shilling Albert – 6th R W Kents
Pte Boughton Walter – Machine Gun Corps   Henry Stanley Morton – NOHL Pte Skinner G.A. – 2nd Buffs
Pte Bridgland J – 7th Buffs – NOCL   Henry Douglas Cecil – NOHL Tpr Stewart Edgar – 6th Dragoon Guards
Cpl Bushell William – 1st South Lancs * Gnr Hobbins William  – RGA   Stewart R – North Satffs
  Clark Alexander – NOHL   Leonard Ernest – NOHL Pte Tamsett Charles – RASC – NOCL
  Clark David – NOHL Pte Leonard  Wallace – 9th East Surreys Pte Upfield J.- RFA – NOCL
  Clark John – NOHL   Locke Thomas – NOHL Tpr Vant Frank – NOHL
Pte Cooper William.H. – RASC MT Tpr Marsh George.P. – 4th Dragoon Guards   Vant J – RFA
Pte Davis J.H. – RAF – NOCL Pte Marsh H.H. – 9th R W Surreys * Bmdr Vidion A.Frank. – Royal Navy
Pte Elliott – RASC – NOCL Cpl Moon Horace – Royal Navy A.B. Vidion Edward (Ted)1/4th Buffs
  Epps Jack – NOHL   Noakes Benjamin – 1st R H Brigade – NOCL Pte Vidion Frederick 1/5th Buffs
Pte Epps Richard – Kent Cyclists Pte Osborne Charles William – The Buffs Pte Vidion John – 1/5th Buffs
Pte Epps Thomas – Northampton Ctr Penney Albert.J. – Royal Navy – NOCL Pte Vidgeon Kenneth – NOHL
Gnr Foster Harry – RHA Lcpl Potter Albert.G. – R W Kents *   Winger Ernest Charles Henry – NOHL
Pte Farminger E. L. – RASC – NOCL Cpl Potter Robert.E. – Mchine Gun Co * Sgt Woodcock Percy.G. CLLAC
CQMS Grant Jacob – Kent Cyclists   Roots Fred – NOHL   Woodward Henry – NOHL
Spr Guy Henry – (TEE) RE Gnr Seager C.T. – RFA – NOCL    
  Hams Eliot – NOHL        
Pte Hams Owen – R W Kents        
Pte Harris G – RASC – NOCL        



Name entries which are followed by an asterix * have more information and/or photographs available. To see this information click here.  Photographs and other information.


The information on this page is a compilation of the names on the two plaques, one in the village hall and one in the Parish Church.  These are significantly different.  The letters NOCL by a name indicates that this name is not listed on the Church plaque.  The letters NOHL indicate that the name is not on the village hall Plaque.  There are also some instances where it is difficult to be certain whether or not a name that is similar is the same or a different person.  EG: Benjamin Hayter is listed on the church plaque but on the hall plaque there is a R Hayter?  On the hall plaque there is a J H Davis but on the church plaque there is a Henry Davies, are they the same?  It would be nice to clear up some of these differences.  Can you help?   It seems that these differences arose because the Church Plaque came first and was produced by Vicar Henry and/or his niece.  The Hall plaque came much later and was produced by the wife of Commander Cripps.


Are you related to, or know  of, any of these people?  Is there any information you could add that would help to personalise these records? Do you have a photograph we could include? 


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