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St Barnabas Church, Epsom Rolls of Honour 1914-1918 and 1939-1945

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St Barnabas Roll of Honour
St Barnabas 1914-1918 Roll of Honour
Reproduced by permission of Surrey History Centre

Click on a name Morley, C Morley, P Adams, G Hepworth, P Northey, W Maynard, WJ Duke, FS Smith, SD Whiting, C Walliker, A Down, F Randall, AF Randall, SW Weaver, AF Penfold, B Sayer, HG Treays, J Skilton, AW Atkins, F Smith, LH Midgley, J Breeden, GOJ Harris, E Price, F Pain, H Luxford, AE Treadgold, AJ Mann, A Taylor, O Cox, CR Paskell, W Coleman, E Doubleday, PJ Bennett, AE Bowles, RJA Burchell, T Harper, A Larby, CE Savory, S Nicholson, CW Payne, EV Gobey, F Rutley, H Brown, A Plowman, FJ Colliss, RE Hart, FA Matthews, WJ Walker, JH Einchcombe, G Hoare, WS Hoare, RA Ward, CE Rowland, F
The names on the St Barnabas 1914-1918 Roll of Honour
To read more about an individual please click on their name.
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Click on a name Cates, AW Cooke, RJ Clark, V Day, E Dowling, HW Eldridge, GF Mays, JC Fennell, JG Ogilvy, A Pearson, NC Ringer, EC Savage, BO Sandall, J Sneath, RE Tottle, P Wait, EH Wilby, EJ Whale, R
St Barnabas 1939-1945 Roll of Honour
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Reproduced by permission of Surrey History Centre

The St Barnabas Church 1914-1918 Roll of Honour bears the names of 54 local men who lost their lives fighting for God, King and Country during the Great War. It is paper based, measures about 43 by 26 centimetres, and was previously held in a frame. The Roll was produced by Phyllis Ethel Chipperfield, an artist whose father was a doctor practising medicine in Epsom. Phyllis is buried in grave A303A Epsom Cemetery, with her parents.

The St Barnabas Church 1939-1945 Roll of Honour bears the names of 16 local men who lost their lives fighting for God, King and Country during the Second World War. Like the 1914-1918 Roll of Honour it is paper based, and was also previously held in a frame.

In December 1996 the Vicar and Parochial Church Council deposited both Rolls of Honour in the Surrey History Centre (SHC), Woking. They can be seen at the SHC by quoting reference numbers 6360/11/1 and 6360/11/2.

On 2 November 2014, in order to recognise that men from the St. Barnabas congregation had fought and died in the two World Wars, the Bishop of Dorking unveiled a special wooden cabinet that houses facsimiles of the Rolls of Honour along with biographies of all the fallen.

St Barnabas Church Rolls of Honour, 1914 - 1918, 1939 - 1945
Cabinet holding St. Barnabas Church Rolls of Honour
1914 - 1918
1939 - 1945
Image courtesy of Clive Gilbert © 2014

Outside the church in the Field of Remembrance, a stone plaque has been placed, dedicated to the fallen.

St Barnabas Church Plaque 'For the Fallen'
St Barnabas Church Plaque 'For the Fallen'
Image courtesy of Clive Gilbert © 2014