Chiddingstone Causeway War Memorial: 1918

Chiddingstone Causeway War Memorial

Chiddingstone Causeway War Memorial

Eighteen names are shown on an obelisk of Portland stone nine feet high mounted on a die. Designed by Professor Abercrombie of Liverpool University, the work was carried out by Spickett and Co. of Tonbridge. Unveiled by Gen. Sir George Fowke. KCB, KCMG. Dedicated by Bishop Diocese John Harmer. DD on Sunday 30th July 1922.

IN MEMORY OF BRAVE MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 -1919

Ashmore, G.W.P. Royal Engineers
Crossland, W. Canadian Imperial Force
Crouch, W.H. Canadian Imperial Force
Eade, H. Royal Fusiliers
Everest, J. Middlesex Regiment
Everest, S. Royal Navy
Frost, W. London Regiment
Grubb, H. Royal West Kent Regiment
Hewlett, M. Royal Fusiliers
Janman, A. Royal West Kent Regiment
Parker, P.H. Royal West Kent Regiment
Pitfield, V.H. Australian Imperial Force
Pocock, S. King’s Royal Rifle Corps
Ready, V.G. Royal West Surrey Regiment
Richards, J. Middlesex Regiment
Sears, A. Royal West Kent Regiment
Warner, A. Royal West Kent Regiment
Young, M. Royal Garrison Artillery

Imperial War Museum Reference: 16099
See also:
Leigh War Memorial