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Hardenhuish Church Memorial

Hardenhuish

Unveiling War Memorial

On Sunday afternoon (5th June 1921) a tablet bearing the names 15 in number of the men from this parish who lost their lives in the war, was unveiled in the church the presence of a large congregation. The service was conducted by the Canon Wrangham, a former rector and now Rural Dean of Cricklade and Rev JS Fowle, the present rector. The lesson was read by Mr EH Clutterbuck and the tablet was unveiled by Colonel J Hankey, and the subsequent dedication being performed by Canon Wrangham who gave a short address and "The Last Post" being sounded by Mr Jones of Chippenham.

The tablet bears the inscription:

"In Glorious memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives for their country in the Great War 1914 1918"

Lt David Clutterbuck RA
Pte Harry Collier Labour Corps
Pte Stanley B Collett New Zealand Regt
Pte Harold R Bowden Wilts Regt
Pte G Dixon Wilts Regt
Pte HF Holloway Worcester Regt
Pte G Knight Wilts Regt
Pte JW Lemm Wilts Regt
Pte WB Mills London Regt
Pte SH Palmer Wilts Regt
Pte W Sutton Wilts Regt
Pte J Smith Somerset Light Infantry
Pte J Taylor Wilts Regt
Pte R Taylor Wilts Regt
Sgt JT Tyler Wilts Regt
 

"Their name liveth for evermore"

Wilts Times 11 June 1921

 

Harold Roy

Bowden

David

Clutterbuck

HJ

Coller

Stanley Beaconsfield

Collett

George

Dixon

Herbert

Holloway

George Alfred

Knight

James

Lemm

William Bert

Mills

SH Palmer

Jack

Smith

William

Sutton

John

Taylor

R Taylor (not able to be identified)
J Tyler