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Stonnall Saint Peter Church War Memorial
 
 
 TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN GRATEFUL MEMORY
OF THESE MEN WHO
GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR
THEIR COUNTRY IN THE
GREAT WAR 1914 – 1920.
 
2ND. LIEUT. G.D. PALETHORPE.     2ND. S. MIDLANDS R.F.A.
2ND. LIEUT. G.W. VAUGHAN.        7TH. SOUTH STAFFS REG
SGT E.SMITH.                          6TH. LEICESTERSHIRE REG
SPR.L.CPL. E.CRADDOCK. D.C.M.              1ST. SIG.CO.R.E.
L.CPRL. S.DAVIES.                     7TH. SOUTH STAFFS REG
BDR. S.PARSONS.                        ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY
SPR. S.JUDSON.                                 ROYAL ENGINEERS
GNR. J.BROADHURST.                   ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY
PTE. P.BROWN.                                GRENADIER GUARDS
  “     J.N.BUTLER.               1ST. 5TH. SOUTH STAFFS REG
  “     J.BRUMBELL.        1ST. 4TH. WEST RIDING YORKS REG
  “     A.JAMES.                         1ST. SOUTH STAFFS REG
  “     J.C.GLOVER.                     WEST RIDING YORKS REG
  “     G.LANGLEY.                      7TH. LONDON MIDDLESEX
  “     A.PARDOE.                       7TH. SOUTH STAFFS REG
  “     W.TILL.                                   LINCOLNSHIRE REG
  “     F.R.SWAIN                3RD. 6TH. SOUTH STAFFS REG
 
THIS MEMORIAL WAS
ERECTED IN THE
YEAR 1921 BY THE
VOLUNTARY GIFTS OF
THE PARISHIONERS
OF STONNALL
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
THESE MEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN THE WAR 1939 – 1945
SGT. J. CUNNINTON.  R.A.F.
PTE. E. HARVEY  WORCESTER REG
PTE. W.A. RICHARDS.
WORCESTER REG
C.S.M.  M.H. TAYLOR.  C.M.P.
 
In memory of
William Robathan
Many years Quarter Master
to the Wolverhampton Troop
Of the Queen’s own Royal
Staffordshire Yeomanry.
Died November xx, mdccilviii.
Aged Irvi years.
 
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
L/CPL. BARRY CHARLES BULLERS
ACC ATT WELSH GUARDS
WHO GAVE HIS LIFE IN
THE FALKLAND ISLANDS WAR
8 JUNE 1982  AGED 26
 
 
 
 
 
 
78200 PRIVATE

J. C. GLOVER

WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT

6TH JULY 1918

 
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
WILLIAM ARTHUR HOROBIN
WHO DIED MAY 11TH 1922
AGED 59 YEARS
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ALSO
ELIZA
HIS BELOVED WIFE
WHO DIED JULY 24TH 1915,
AGED 51 YEARS
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ALSO
HOWARD THOMAS
THEIR SON
WHO FELL IN ACTION AT GOMMECOURT
JULY 1ST 1916,
AGED 21 YEARS
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ALSO
ALICK
THEIR SON
WHO DIED OF WOUNDS
SEPT 25TH 1917.
AGED 24 YEARS
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AT REST
 
 
 
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