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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Private Allan Edward Douglas Reason 28572King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)26/10/1917 (aged 25)personal connection
Private Frederick James Adams 35606Worcestershire Regiment14/01/1919 (aged 40)personal connection
Major Charles Rodney Spedding Royal Irish Rifles19/09/1914 (aged 43)personal connection
Captain Robert Edward Michael Pakenham Royal Munster Fusiliers17/01/1915 (aged 40)personal connection
Lieutenant Charles John Wingfield Pakenham Hampshire Regiment30/04/1915 (aged 23)personal connection
Major Archibald Bruce Aitken Royal Engineers04/08/1919 (aged 26)personal connection
Private Edgar James Rice 46056Lancashire Fusiliers10/10/1917 (aged 30)personal connection
Leading Carpenter's Crew Waterhouse M/3229Royal Navy, HMS Victory II03/03/1916 (aged 25)personal connection and buried here
Serjeant Arthur Keeley 452410th (Prince of Wales's Own Royal) Hussars13/05/1915personal connection
Lance Corporal Harold Keith De Warrenne Harvey 84Australian Infantry, A.I.F.25/04/1916personal connection
Battery Quartermaster Serjeant Charles Edward Miller 15135Royal Garrison Artillery12/02/1919 (aged 31)personal connection
Private Albert Francis John Dunford 11495Hampshire Regiment21/09/1917 (aged 20)personal connection
Bombardier John William Slingsby 21488Royal Garrison Artillery05/05/1917 (aged 30)personal connection
Private Edmunds M2/202610Army Service Corps03/05/1917 (aged 37)personal connection
Serjeant William Henry Baker 18715Royal Garrison Artillery28/09/1916 (aged 34)personal connection
Company Serjeant Major Charles Goldie 11360Worcestershire Regiment26/09/1916 (aged 26)personal connection
Gunner Shelfer 951106Royal Field Artillery28/06/1917 (aged 36)personal connection
Private Henry George Page 26887Hampshire Regiment26/09/1917 (aged 30)personal connection
Corporal Shotter 32231Royal Garrison Artillery14/07/1917personal connection
Private Ernest William Paul G/24540The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)15/03/1918 (aged 33)personal connection
Able Seaman Pannell Henry Preece J/22280Royal Navy, HMS Queen Mary31/05/1916 (aged 19)personal connection
Acting Bombardier Frederick Roberts Phillips 855362Royal Field Artillery13/08/1916 (aged 27)personal connection
Private Harry Carben 112569Royal Army Medical Corps20/07/1917 (aged 29)personal connection
Lance Corporal Edwin Albert Crooks 25320Hampshire Regiment20/09/1917 (aged 36)personal connection
Seaman Walter Strickland 789XNewfoundland Royal Naval Reserve20/12/1917 (aged 27)personal connection
Corporal Coombes 8161Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry30/05/1916buried here
Battery Quartermaster Serjeant Michael Carroll 18124Royal Garrison Artillery27/01/1918 (aged 35)buried here
Stoker Richard Jordan 4347SRoyal Naval Reserve, HMS Magpie12/11/1918 (aged 26)buried here
Leading Boatman John Kewell 155643 (PO.)HM Coastguard05/12/1915 (aged 41)buried here
Battery Serjeant Major Owens 6383Royal Garrison Artillery05/01/1920 (aged 38)buried here
Serjeant John Thomas 21116Royal Garrison Artillery25/05/1916buried here
Lance Corporal Veitch 24292Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry22/02/1919buried here
Company Serjeant Major Weaver 4850Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry07/09/1920buried here

The following war memorials are recorded for this parish in the War Memorials Register on the Imperial War Museums website

Totland - WW1 and WW2
  • Junction of The Broadway and Church Hill., The Broadway, Totland, South Wight, Isle Of Wight, PO39 0BL, England
Christ Church WW1
  • CHRIST CHURCH, Totland, South Wight, Isle Of Wight, England
Maj A B Aitken Mc
  • CHRIST CHURCH, Totland, South Wight, Isle Of Wight, England
M Brewer
  • CHRIST CHURCH, Totland, South Wight, Isle Of Wight, England