Bletchley St Mary's Church

 

1914 - 1918

In grateful memory of those from this parish
who gave their lives for our freedom

H.G. ARBER    W. CALDWEN    D.G. CHADWICK    H.DAY

C.L. DICKENS    S.A. DICKENS    H.GOSS    J.W. GUNTRIP

F.W. GURNEY    W.H. HANTON    W. JAMES    E.H. KEYTE

F.J. KING    E.W. LEONARD    C. SELBY-LOWNDES    L. MEAGER

E.H. MAKEHAM    S.J. MORRIS    G   PALMER    W.W. PERRY  

G.H. ROSE    W.A. SAUNDERS    W.J. SHOULER    A. STAIRS

H.G. STANIFORD    J.F. STEVENS    T.C. TOOTH    P. TROUGHTON

J.F. WALLSGROVE    B.W.G. WARR   G. WEST

These casualties are also listed on the Bletchley War Memorial (close by St Mary's Church)

To the glory of God and in memory of my husband Richard William Selby Lowndes who died
18 May 1914 ages 67 years.
Also his son Cecil William SELBY-LOWNDES
who died July 11 1918 aged 44 years.

[Window in the church]

Headstones to the following casualties are to be found in the churchyard:

 

Lieut. R.C.W. SELBY-LOWNDES

 

Lieut. D.C. CHADWICK

 

Lieut. W.H. KNILL

 

Pte. W.W. PERRY