Rampton
All Saints

War Memorial

The roll of honour is a wooden triptych memorial listing 55 parishioners who served during the First World War and also the five who died during the Second World War. The memorial is located at the west end of the north arcade.

FOR GOD,
KING & COUNTRY

ROLL
OF HONOUR

 

ROLL
OF HONOUR

JOSEPH BAKER
WILLIAM BAKER
HENRY BAYES
JOHN W. BAYES
ARTHUR BAYES
GEORGE CARY
CHARLES CAVE
RICHARD CHAMPION
HENRY CHAMPION
GEORGE CLARK, B.R.C.S.
HARRY DANBY
WILLIAM B. DOBSON
GEORGE FENTON
RALPH GATWOOD
ALBERT E. HANDLEY
GEORGE R. HARRISON
WILLIAM HARRISON
ERNEST HARRISON
ARTHUR HOYLAND
GEORGE C. INGRAM
ERNEST KIRBY
HARRY LORLEY
THOMAS W. BAKER
WILFRED BARTHORPE
CHARLES CAVE
CYRIL H. CAMPBELL
JOHN H. HILL

  BENJAMIN MAKINS
FREDERICK MILLINGTON
H. POTTINGER
CEDRIC RENNIE
GILBERT RENNIE
MARK N. RENNIE
WILLIAM ROBINSON
WILLIAM SMART
JOHN SMITH
JOHN TAYLEY
FREDERICK TACEY
FRANK TINDALL
FREDERICK TINDALL
THOMAS TINDALL
JOHN W. TINDALL
MATTHEW TINDALL
JOHN TINDALL
MARK TEVERSHAM
THOMAS W. THACKER
JOHN WICKERSTAFFE
NORMAN WILKS
HERBERT WOODS
STANLEY YOUNG
RICHARD NORTON
ALFRED GEORGE SIMPSON
FREDERICK SMITH
ALBERT E. WOODS
1939-1945
R.I.P.
GEORGE H. JONES
JOE JACKSON
RONALD WILLOWS
TOM MORRIS
CYRIL HAZELEY
MAURICE HUNT

There is a marble memorial to those who died during the First World War on the south wall of the south aisle. It was formerly in the Methodist Chapel in Rampton. Another marble tablet with an identical inscription is attached to the west wall of the nave, by the tower arch.

TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
THOSE MEN FROM THIS PARISH
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR
KING AND COUNTRY IN THE WAR

1914 – 1919

PTE WILLIAM BAKER  

KINGS ROYAL RIFLES

ARTHUR BAYES

 

NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS

GEORGE A. INGRAM

 

LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT

GUNNER HARRY LOBLEY

 

ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY

LIEUT MARK NORMAN RENNIE

 

ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE

LIEUT THOMAS CEDRIC RENNIE

PTE ALFRED GEORGE SIMPSON

 

SHERWOOD RANGERS YEOMANRY

FREDERICK TACY

 

LABOUR CORPS

               
THEY REST IN PEACE