Weston Turville

War Memorial in Weston Turville village

The following names were added after research by June Underwood

   

To the glory of God
and in memory of the men who fell in the
Great War 1914 - 1919

   

Pte. J. ATKINS

 3.10.14

Lt. J. KIRTLAND

 13.3.15

Pte. P.F. CHAMBERLIN

 11.6.15

Sgt. W. INGRAM

  6.8.15

Spr. W.C. RICKARD

 17.2.16

Pte. A.E.P. CLARK

 19.7.16

Pte. G. EDWARDS

 5.11.16

Cpl. E. AXTELL

 16.3.17

L-Cpl. L. MUNGER

 10.4.17

2nd. Lt. S.A. KEMPSTER

  8.6.17

Pte. H.J.B. DEAN

 27.8.17

Pte. A. PURSSELL

 5.10.17

Gnr. F. AXTELL

 3.11.17

Pte. A. BUNCE

25.11.17

Pte. P. WEEDON

21.12.17

A-B. T.C. KEMPSTER

  9.1.18

L-Cpl. T. BISHOP

 15.4.18

Pte. H.J. HOWE

 22.6.18

Pte. H. LANGSTONE

 2.10.18

Pte. H.L. KEMPSTER

13.10.18

 

 

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man
lay down his life for his friends

 

 

Capt. A.E. HAMILTON-AGNEW

 3.11.18

Pte. F.J. RIDGWAY

 23.8.18

Pte. E.G. KEMPSTER

  1.7.16

Sgt. J. BROOKS

26.10.16

L-Cpl. L. CLARK

 26.4.17

   

In 2006, four small wooden crosses were left by the children of the school to represent the four houses:
Ingram, Kirtland, Langstone and Rickard.
These house names were chosen randomly from the names of casualties on the war memorial.

 

Also in the churchyard
Charles Peter AXTELL