THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


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memorial and flags, between stained glass windows panels of memorial
   
Our Glorious Dead
in the Great War
MCMXIV - MCMXIX
J Foster Anderson
Edward N Balmll MC
William J Bunyard LCpl
Harold H Bunyard
Frederick W Bushell
Henry Cook
C H Berkeley Farmar Cpl
Henry C Friend Lance Corp
Frank W. Furner
Malcolm A Hills II Lieut
H John R Hosking Lieut
Cyril S Steele Perkins Lieut 1914 Star
Herbert W Hyde II Lieut
Luke Jarvis Sergt
James Lilley
Edmund W Pain
Percy P Patey
Richard H Patey
James H Pay Lance Corp
Arthur J Pay
Leslie K Ryanor II Lieut
George Thompson
Herbert Vickery
   
1939-1945
Alexander Vassal Calder RAMC
Michael Gray-Mills MVF
Frank L Monk RNR
Henry Mullen RAMC
Robert H Newman RAF
S. Armstront Payn ATA
Frederick W. Prentice RN
Colin G. Sharp 2nd Buffs
S O'Rorke Surridge MC RAF
Arnold A Sutton RN
Cyril Tilbury RN
R A Vernon-Betts 13th FF Rif
Douglas J Ward MC RA
Peter H Williams RNVR

Cyril S Steele-Perkins was said to have been wounded four times, but continually returned to the battle until he was mortally wounded. 

pictures Simon John Chambers



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