war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper

Christ Church


image of memorial


Christ Church Parish War Memorial, Folkestone Road. ("Hougham-in-Dover" parish - all Dover west of York Street). Removed from Christ Church on demolition in 1977 and now in Dover Museum collection (not displayed). Engraved brass plaque.

To the Glory of God and in Honoured Memory of the Men Connected with This Church & Parish who gave their Lives in the Great War 1914-1918

Andrews, Henry Richard
Atkins, Richard Henry
Andrews, George William
Andrews, Richard Stephen
Beer, William Thomas
Bellfield, Walter Henry France
Blackford, William James
Cawte, Alfred Joseph
Crascall, Edward Francis
Crascall, Henry Coulson
Crofts, Frederick William
Crofts, Edwin Lawrence 
Coshall, James
Curling, Ernest E.
Dennis, George Cyril
Digings, Frederick William
Finn, Thomas George
Faggerter, William Arthur
Hutchins, Thomas A.V.
Hoy, Edward George
Howell, Sydney G.S.
Knight, Herbert William
Kemp, W.J.
Lewis, John Norton
Lewis, George David
Mercer, Eric Cameron
Mills, Aubrey
Mitchell, David
Pattison, Edward Stephen
Potter, Edward Ernest
Rawlings, George
Rich, Frederick
Sharp, Stanley Ernest Cecil
Sheppard, Frederick Albert Stanley
Simpson, Douglas Percy Thomas
Symes, Percy Belcher
Simmons, John Henry Thomas
Stokes, Charles
Stokes, Horace
Turrell, George
Ward, Robert Henry
Waight, Joseph Henry
Wayte, John Nathan
Wilshire, Charles Eric
Winkworth, Edwin John

And in Gratitude to those who were Spared to Return

"and the men were very good to us and we were not hurt, They were a wall to us both by night and by day" 1 SAM 25.15

with grateful thanks to Mark Frost, Dover Museum, who supplied the picture and the words.

Copyright 2006 © Marilyn Stephenson-Knight. All Rights Reserved