History of Great Hallingbury
War Memorial, St Giles's Church, Great Hallingbury.
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History of Great Hallingbury >>War Memorial
Great Hallingbury War Memorial
The War Memorial is located in St Giles's Church, Great Hallingbury
These are the names of those inscribed thereon.
- Albert Bird
- Frederick Bird
- Robert Bird
- George Blake
- Henry Charles Blake
- John Buckman
- George Cox
- James Cracknell
- George Eldred
- Joseph Eldred
- Leonard Eldred
- Robert Harris
- Charles Herrington
- Henry Herrington
- Albert Lee
- Alfred Prior
- George Prior
- Henry Charles Radley
- Herbert Revill
- Philip Saban
- Sydney Smith
- Harold David Willis
- Leslie John Foster
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Great Hallingbury - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Great Hallingbury - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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