War Memorial in the Church of St Katherine


To the glory of God
And in memory of

 

Horace Cecil Swallow
1st Kings own Scottish Borderers
Who was killed in action in France
April 23rd 1917 aged 20 years

John Robert Swallow
4th Yorks and Leics
Who was killed in action in France
Sept 14th 1917 age 21 years

Frank Hallam
4th Worcestershire Regt.
Who was killed in action in France
May 29th 1917 age 19 years

Frederick Froggatt
15th Sherwood Foresters
Who was killed in action in France
April 12th 1918 age 21 years

Geoffrey Harry Machin
Royal Army Medical Corps
Who served in France and Mesopotamia
And died in Netley Hospital
Jan 5th 1919 aged 24 years

 

The above named men gave their lives for their King and Country in the first war 1914 – 1919

 


     


In grateful remembrance of the service and sacrifice of the following members of His
Majesty’s forces who gave their lives in the war of 1939 – 1945


Lieutenant
D. R. Scott
Royal Artillery
Reported missing
In North Africa
June 4th 1942


Driver
J. H. Feirn
Royal Engineers
Died of illness
In the homeland
Aug 17th 1944


L/Corporal
S. Radford
2nd Sherwood
Foresters killed
Anzio Beachhead
Mar 2nd 1944


Flt/Engineer Sgt
F. C. Riley
Royal Air Force
Shot down over
Holland
May 12th 1944

 

 


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Transcription recorded by Denis Hill
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