History of Great Chishill
War Memorial, Great Chishill
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History of Great Chishill >> War Memorial
Great Chishill War Memorial
The War Memorial is located on the edge of the churchyard overlooking the main crossroads in the village.
These are the names of those enscribed thereon.
- Alfred Evenett
- Arthur Harvey
- William Oyston
- Reginald Pegram
- Bertie Rogers
- Frank Rogers
- Walter Rogers
- Arthur Smith
- Ernest Smith
- Stanley Smith
- Thomas Waller
- Alfred Walters
- Sidney Walters
- Ronald S Rule
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Great Chishill - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Great Chishill - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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