War Memorial at St. Mary the Virgin, Broughton Gifford, Wiltshire




1914               1918
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND
IN LASTING MEMORY OF



A.B. Alfred Henry Alexander, Torpedo Boat No. 82
Ldg. Sto. Charles Edward Fuller, H.M.S. Queen Mary
Sto. Hugh Daniel Davis, H.M.S. Amethyst
Gr. George Bull, Royal Field Artillery
Gr. Albert Mortimer, Royal Held Artillery
S.S. Albert Edward Webb, Royal Field Artillery
Pte. Frederick Henry Wood, Coldstream Guards
Pte. William Wreford Keen, Gloucestershire Regiment
Pte. Arthur Stanley Merrett, Worcestershire Regiment
Pte. Reginald Ash, Hampshire Regiment
Pte. Frederick Missen, Royal Berkshire Regiment
Pte. Cecil Harold Richardson, Royal Berkshire Regiment
Pte. George Henry Pry, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Sgt. Harry Webb, Wiltshire Regiment
L.Cpl. Walter Charles Frank Gay, Wiltshire Regiment
Pte. Reginald Arthur Coles, Wiltshire Regiment
Pte. George Christopher Curnick, Wiltshire Regiment
Pte. George Frederick Tom Harding, Wiltshire Regiment
Pte. Hubert Sidney Merrett, Wiltshire Regiment
Pte. Arthur Rogers, Wiltshire Regiment
Pte. William Herbert Spencer, Wiltshire Regiment
Pte. Robert James Ellery, North Staffordshire Regiment
Pte. Roland John Keen, Machine Gun Corps
Pte. Percy Robert Cook, Canadian M. G. C.



WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN THE GREAT WAR


“MY SOUL THERE IS A COUNTRY AFAR BEYOND THE STARS
WHERE STANDS A WINGED SENTRY ALL SKILFUL IN THE WARS
THERE ABOVE NOISE AND DANGER SWEET PEACE SITS CROWNED WITH SMILES
AND ONE BORN IN A MANGER COMMANDS THE BEAUTEOUS FILES”