History of Debden
War memorial inside St Mary the Virgin and All Saints' Church, Debden.
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History of Debden >> War Memorial
Debden War Memorial
The War Memorial is located inside inside St Mary the Virgin and All Saints' Church, Debden.
These are the names of those inscribed thereon.
- William Banks
- Ernest Walter Bass
- John Barlttrop
- Laurence Victor Bunting
- Alec Campbell
- William Cox
- Sidney George Dennison
- George Digby
- Harold Fisher D.S.O.
- George Herbert Foster
- Harry Francis
- John Francis
- Arthur Charles Graves
- William Hewson
- Robert Henry Palmer Howard
- Digby Guy Learoyd
- Tommy Luckings
- William Luckings
- Walter Pigney
- John Saunders
- Charles Seeby
- Frederick Herbert Smith
- Henry Smith
- Edward Taylor
- Ernest Taylor
- Douglas A Brookes
- Frank E Barnett
- William F Bone
- Alec S Dennison
- Raymond C Gilder
- Edwrad E R R Moulding
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Debden - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
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