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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Private Thomas James Higgins 202296Royal Scots02/08/1918 (aged 18)personal connection
Lieutenant Bernard William Skipworth Royal Sussex Regiment25/04/1918 (aged 28)personal connection
Corporal Edward William Blunden L/10143Royal Sussex Regiment26/01/1915 (aged 21)personal connection
Private Cadwaladr James Ottley 2191The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)21/01/1916 (aged 20)personal connection
Private Arthur Hards G/17844Royal Sussex Regiment10/10/1916 (aged 26)personal connection
Private Munday 2820Royal Sussex Regiment18/05/1916 (aged 32)personal connection
Sapper Albert John Nightingale 175891Royal Engineers30/11/1917 (aged 33)personal connection
Major Arthur Maxwell Labouchere Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry30/04/1918 (aged 44)personal connection
Captain Clifton Brown Grant Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)27/07/1916 (aged 22)personal connection
Corporal Alfred Charles Comper 200249Royal Sussex Regiment06/11/1917 (aged 28)personal connection
Second Lieutenant Robert Assheton Biddulph 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays)19/11/1916 (aged 25)personal connection
Private Jonas Eames G/57269Royal Fusiliers30/03/1918 (aged 22)personal connection
Private Walter Selves 33937Royal Warwickshire Regiment04/10/1917 (aged 30)personal connection
Able Seaman Albert Wilfred Richards SS/4476Royal Navy, HMS Prince of Wales25/06/1916 (aged 21)personal connection
Private Miller 5/6527Royal Sussex Regiment14/11/1916 (aged 19)personal connection
Private Wood Q/12467Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)20/09/1917 (aged 32)personal connection
Private Percy Woodman 26599Royal Warwickshire Regiment05/09/1918 (aged 19)buried here
Private Bowles 26163Royal Defence Corps17/04/1917buried here
Second Lieutenant Arthur Evans Coole 32nd Sikh Pioneers14/05/1919 (aged 19)buried here
Private Hayler S3/030285Army Service Corps28/01/1915buried here
Company Serjeant Major Reed PS/1148Royal Fusiliers11/04/1915buried here

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

St Margarets Church - WW1 Tablet
  • North side of tower pier., St Margaret's Church, Church Street, Warnham, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 3QL, England
St Margarets Church Cross
  • In a bay built into church wall, St Margaret's Church, Church Street, Warnham, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 3QL, England