History of Debden

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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.

  • 1914-1918
  • 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

  • 1939-1945
  • 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

Debden - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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