The Church of All Saints, Enford, Wiltshire, England



The men to whose memory this Lynchgate is builded were numbered among those who at the call of King and Country left all that was dear to them, endured hardness, faced danger and finally passed out of the sight of men by the path of duty and self-sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in freedom.

Let those who come after see to it
that their names be not forgotten.


NAMES OF THE ENFORD MEN
WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR
1914 ~ 1918


THE NAMES OF ENFORD'S FALLEN
IN THE WORLD WAR
1939 ~ 1945


Alfred Macklin ~ Coldstreams Michael Ed. Dunstan Arnold ~ Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
William Dear ~ Royal Munsters Frederick Arthur Bird ~ Royal Army Service Corps
George Spreadbury ~ Wiltshires Henry James Bird ~ The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment)
Ephrahim Stone ~ Wiltshires Edward Burke ~ Royal Field Artillery
Thomas Pennells ~ Royal Munsters Joseph Burke ~ Royal Field Artillery
Alfred Tilly ~ Wiltshires Hubert Walter Dark ~ Royal Navy
Frederick William Barns ~ Wiltshires Albert John Dobson ~ Royal Navy
Oliver Worsdell ~ Wiltshires Victor Fay ~ 6th Airborne Division
David Spreadbury ~ Royal Warwicks Gerard H. Dearlove Ford ~ 6th Airborne Division
Walter Worsdell ~ Gloucesters John Foster ~ Lincolnshires
Charles James Dear ~ Royal Warwicks Christopher Frederick Gray ~ Royal Engineers
William Henry Howcutt ~ Somersets Frances Louisa Holmes ~ Auxiliary Territorial Service
Charles King Woodford ~ M. M. Royal Engineers Frederick Leslie James Johnson ~ Wiltshires
Egbert Louis Neate ~ M. M. Royal Field Artillery Frederick George Macklin ~ Royal Norfolks
Percy Edward Elkins ~ Gloucesters Walter George Sparey ~ Royal Armoured Corps
Tom Bushell ~ Wiltshires Frederick George Verdun Spreadbury ~ Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry
Walter Dear ~ Royal Munsters Ernest Eric Worsdell ~ Royal Field Artillery
James Worsdell ~ Military Police Herbert James Worsdell ~ Wiltshires
Frederick William Sheppard ~ Royal Warwicks Leslie Victor Worsdell ~ Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry