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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Private William Boxall 20708Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)25/10/1918 (aged 20)personal connection
Private Maurice Botting 5328London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles)15/09/1916 (aged 21)personal connection
Corporal William Leo Ogden S/806The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)16/05/1915 (aged 37)personal connection
Private Albert Mitchell 307032Tank Corps08/08/1918 (aged 34)personal connection
Private Charles Edward Ketcher G/2756Royal Sussex Regiment19/09/1916 (aged 24)personal connection
Lieutenant Colonel Clive Maitland Waterlow Royal Engineers20/07/1917 (aged 33)personal connection
Private Thomas Arthur Mann L/8905The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)31/10/1914 (aged 26)personal connection
Lieutenant Chester Winterbon Killby Royal Field Artillery21/03/1918 (aged 35)personal connection
Private Foster SD/1928Royal Sussex Regiment24/09/1918personal connection
Private Stote 27700Royal Fusiliers27/05/1918 (aged 21)personal connection
Private Batchelor GS/2751Royal Sussex Regiment24/09/1918buried here
Private Puttock 4656Royal Sussex Regiment04/07/1916buried here
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CemeteryCountryCasualtiesWith Life Story linksWith images
ST. SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUENFrance110
HANGARD COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSIONFrance110
LEASINGHAM (ST. ANDREW) CHURCHYARDUnited Kingdom110
PUCHEVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERYFrance110
EPEHY WOOD FARM CEMETERY, EPEHYFrance110
THIEPVAL MEMORIALFrance111
LE TOURET MEMORIALFrance110
POZIERES MEMORIALFrance110
YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIALBelgium110
OUTRIJVE CHURCHYARDBelgium101

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

Loxwood WW1
  • St John the Baptist Church, Vicarage Hill, Loxwood, Chichester, West Sussex, RH14 0RG, England