For this church:
In the nave, between the tower arch and the north arcade is the marble village war memorial to the dead of the First and Second World Wars, erected in 1921. It forms the focus of the annual Remembrance Day Services.
The monument has a matching brown-and-white marble frame to the J S Thorpe monument, and is also divided into two panels.
The text reads:
In the nave, between the tower arch and the south arcade is the memorial to Captain John Somerled Thorpe, eldest son of James Thorpe and owner of Coddington Hall (as Beaconfield became known). He was killed on the Somme, an event which led to the sale of the Thorpe Coddington Estate and meant that all the family except his brother, Harold Thorpe, left the village.
The handsome marble memorial has a replica of his MC and other medals attached to it at the bottom. Above the text panel is a picture of his shrouded body, with military accoutrements – drum, sabre, bagpipes, bible and laurel wreath, with the texts
The text in the lower panel is duplicated at the family's chapel at Ardbrecknish, by Loch Awe, Argyll (now St James Ardbrecknish), where the original wooden cross from his initial burial in France is also displayed:
Framed Roll of Honour
Lists the men who served in the armed forces in the First World War, under a patriotic image of flags ‘For King and Country’, ‘Our Roll of Honour’. The list is reproduced on the website of Coddington History Group, with additional biographical details. Some men who were not included in the original list have been found subsequently.