In every City, Town and Village men and women gave their lives that we might live in peace.

Click on any name to see  full details of the person listed.

There are five Memorials, one at the junction of Blind Lane and Church Lane, two Plaques in the Parish Church and two Plaques in the Village Memorial Hall.

 

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Research is by Deryck M Sutton using information from the internet and the help of people from the Village.

We particularly appreciate the help of kentfallen.com  

If you have any information that would assist in making the site as complete as possible or if you feel there are any errors or omissions please let me know.  I would be particularly pleased to hear from any relatives of those shown.


 

Deryck M Sutton - Tel: 01233 740441

Acknowledgements & Links

 

Roll of Honour.   http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Kent/Challock.html

Commonwealth War Graves Commission. http://www.cwgc.org

www.kentfallen.com         www.cwgc.co.uk

 

 

 

 

The Great War 1914-1918

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You are now on the first page of the details of World War One and you will see a list of articles you can read below.

Using this menu you can see details of the plaques, a list of survivors and then the names of those who gave their lives.

By clicking on any name you can go to a dedicated page for that name with all the details we have.


 

We have now added additional information from kentfallen.com and thank David Hughes for his help and assistance.

 


 

The Second World War 1939-1945

 

You are now on rhe first page of the details of World War Two and you will see a new lower menu above.

Using this menu you can see details of the plaques, a list of survivors and then the names of those who gave their lives.

By clicking on any name you can go to a dedicated page for that name with all the details we have.

 

View the embedded image gallery online at:
http://challock-history.org.uk/lest-we-forget#sigFreeId392d693685

 

We have now added additional information from www.kentfallen.com and thank David Hughes for his help and assistance.