Location
On the rear wall of the chapel on the south side of the church.
 

Memorial
The memorial to St Wilfrid's Parishioners
Transcription
Roll of Honour
 
Names of the men from this parish who have given
their lives for their King and Country
 
      
1914
14 Sep
20 Sep
22 Sep
  do
3 Oct
18 Oct
19 Oct
1 Nov
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
26 Nov
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
1 Dec
  do
1915
1 Jan
21 Jan
25 Apr
28 Apr
17 May
27 May
  do
  do
14 Jul
5 Sep
26 Sep
  do
12 Oct
1 Nov
1916
30 May
31 May
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
5 Jun
  do
  do
  do
10 Jun
15 Jun
30 Jun
  do
  do
  do
  do
6 Jul
  do
  do
2 Jul
  do
15 Sep
18 Sep
  do
1917
7 Jan
3 Jan
7 Jan
13 Jan
17 Jan
28 Jan
? Mar
12 Mar
13 Mar
28 Apr
4 May
27 May
14 Jun
9 Jul
  do
  do
20 Jul
1 Aug
16 Aug
29 Sep
6 Oct
24 Oct
26 Oct
5 Nov
30 Nov
23 Dec
1918
7 Jan
12 Jan
  do
  do
31 Jan
18 Feb
25 Feb
26 Feb
9 Apr
1916
15 Oct
1918
20 Apr
25 Apr
26 May
28 May
26 Jun
30 Jun
23 Mar
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
Jun
1919
4 Jan

William Joseph Wilson
John Henry Glanville
Harold Johnson Ferns
George Gumbell Johnson
William Newby
John William Westrope
Herbert Sidney Bishop
Henry William Hoare
Alfred Frederick Owen
William Thomas Hayes Burchell
Edward George Price
Harry Fuller
Henry Tullett
Frederick John Sharpe
William Edward King
Henry Bradley
Albert LeRay
James Cramb Kirkpatrick
Joseph Job Wilcox
Andrew Graham
Edgar John Killham
Alfred Barnett
 
Reginald Alfred Laws
Albert Edward Wright
Henry Archibald Miller
William Henry Endean
William Goodwillie
Frank Arnsby
Harold Challis
Frederick Walter White
Edwin John Norman Eves
Vincent Augustin Taylor
Thomas Dufall
Edward George
William Charles Chambers
Harry Edward Eager
 
Frederick Robert Webber
Leonard Hall
Walter Canawcey
George Walter Clarke
William George Last
Edgar John Hickish
John HUbert Rogers
John Edwin Mahoney
Alfred Robert Brown
Frederick Warren Horatio Parker
Elijah ('Edward') Gallagher
Ernest Charles Downer
Frederick Luker
Tom Disraeli Cross
Harry Briggs
George Wells Gibbs
Ernest Catt
Harold Percy Dawson
Austin Mitchell
William Dempster Saunders
Harry Gill
Leigh Buick
Herbert John Chester
John Percy Hutchings
Thomas Leonard Page
Ernest John Gallagher
Ronald Ernest Downer
Albert Ernest Haddan
James Montague Bush
Samuel Dudman
Alfred George Charles Brockway
James Edward Thomas Barnard
Edwin George Rogers
Frederick Roberts
Henry John Courtnall
George Henry Hall
Frank Arthur Fleet
Alfred Wallace Downer
Wilfred Wood
William Tiltman
Alfred Smith
William Richard Tonkin
Arthur Slade Summers Sansford
Joseph Cotterill
George Moore
Wilfred John Bennett Cox
Henry Mallett
Ernest William Jeynes
Frederick John Nicholson
 
John Reed Richardson
George Jackson
Sidney Nagle
Charles Alfred Gerrish
Cecil Edward Tilyard
Percival Ernest Churcher
George Frederick Macey
Alexander Kerr
William George Downer
Frederick Thomas Penfound
Georg Andrew Child
Leonard Newland
George Henry Burton
Harold James Potter
Ernest George Gamblen
Edgar George Brown
Kenneth Augustus Brown
Frederick Burrow
William John Oughton
William Howarth
Victor Barret Budden
Charles Ralph
William Edmund Downer DCM
Frederick Farrow
Albert Joseph Shepherd
James Henry Freeland
 
Herbert Bradley Sargent
Philip John Marrett Jordan
Edwin George Gill
Alfred James Chin
William Thomas Wyatt
William Herbert Edward Dewey
William Mansell Barry
Walter John Harrison
William Henry Alford
 
Geo Fredk Airlie Jilbert DCM
 
Frank Edward Burton
Herbert Stanley Exell
Harry William Menghen
George Francis Killham
william Leonard Lane
Walter George Foster
Jno. James Foster
Harry Richards
Robert Kimber
Leonard Brown
Walter Primmer
Arthur Henry Ricketts
Ernest George Gollop
 
William Wirten

Austn Sub AE2
HMS Pegasus
HMS Aboukir
HMS Hague
HMS Invincible
HM Sub E5
HMS Sweeper Erin
HMS Good Hope
  do
  do
  do
  do
FRANCE
HMS Bulwark
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
HM Sub D2
  do
 
HMS Formidable
HM Sub E10
BELGIUM
HMS Wolverine
FRANCE
HMS Princess Irene
  do
  do
HMS Royal Edward
France
  do
  do
HMS Javelin
HMS Albemarle
 
France
HMS Invincible
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
  do
HMS Queen Mary
  do
  do
  do
  do
HMS Defence
HMS Black Prince
  do
  do
HMS Fortune
  do
HMS Indefatigable
HMS Tipperary
  do
HMS Nomad
HMS Shark
HMS Hampshire
  do
  do
HMS Neptune
HMS Malaya
HMS Eden
France
Kut.
HMS Derwent
  do
  do
France
HM Sub E2G
France
  do
Belgium
France
  do
  do
 
HM Sub E36
France
  do
  do
  do
Mesopotamia
France
HM Sub E49
HMS Paragon
France
  do
Palestine
France
HMS Vanguard
  do
  do
HMS Fisgard
France
  do
  do
HMS Begonia
France
  do
  do
  do
HMD Tornado
 
HM Sub "H" (sic)
HMS Narborough
HMS Opal
HMS Glory
HM Sub K4
Amesbury
HMS Queen Elizabeth
Woolwich
HMS King George V
 
France
 
France
  do
HM Tug Handy
HMS Vernon
HM Destroyer
In Hospital
France
  do
HM Torpedo Boat 90
RN Barracks
Haslar
HMS Britannia
HMS Chrysanthemum
 
RAF

 
"Blessed are the Dead"
father, in Thy gracious keeping
Leave we now Thy servants sleeping.

 

Further Information
 
The memorial incorrectly records the sinking of HMT Royal Edward (see Edwin John Norman Eves) as being on 14th July 1915. It should have been 13th August 1915. Eves is also named on the memorial in Portsmouth Cathedral which commemorates the former employees of the City Electrical Supply who gave their lives in WW1.
 
The date of death for Sgt. Goodwillie is also wrong in that it records the year as 1915 when it should be 1916. It is correctly recorded on the Memorial to Sgt. Goodwillie in St. Mary's Church.

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