History of Ashen
War memorial on the St. Augustine of Canterbury Church tower, Ashen
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History of Ashen >> War Memorial
Ashen War Memorial
Rather unusual for a war memorial, the one at Ashen is to be found on the south-west buttress of the tower on St Augustine's Church.
These are the names of those inscribed thereon.
- Thomas Ince
- Albert Peacock
- Walter Swallow
- Ernest Twitchett
- James Twitchett
- Ernest John Bowers
- Percy Harold Peacock
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Ashen - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Ashen - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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