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St Wilfrid

War Memorial

A stone of remembrance in the form of a head stone is located in the eastern part of the churchyard:

IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF
PTE. GEORGE WALTER SLEIGH M.G.C.
DEAR SON OF
M.A. AND THE LATE WALTER SLEIGH
WHO FELL ASLEEP IN FRANCE JAN 21ST 1918
AGED 26 YEARS
"AND WITH THE MORN THOSE ANGEL FACES SMILE
WHICH I HAVE LOVED LONG SINCE, AND LOST AWHILE"
INTERRED IN LONGUNESSE SOUVENIR CEMETERY
ALSO
SIGNALLER PERCY ESPETXE BARRETT, R.G.A.
WHO FELL ASLEEP IN FRANCE DEC, 2ND 1917
AGED 33 YEARS
GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS, THAT A MAN
LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS

INTERRED IN FREVANT COMMUNAL CEMETERY.

Above the upper inscription is the badge of the Machine Gun Corps; above the lower inscription is the badge of the Royal Garrison Artillery.