THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


Palmer's Coachbuilders

The memorial is held at Dover Transport Museum. It is believed to have been made in the coachworks by an employee or by employees. The names are listed across the top and down either side, with the names of the Fallen workers in the centre at the bottom.

ACTIVE
SERVICE RECORD
OF EMPLOYEES DURING THE PERIOD OF THE GREAT WAR

Archer B Chapman G Jenkins F? Kember L
Ashburn E?  Howling A  Jenkins H Kingsmill G
Ayling R Iggulden E James W Longley A?
 Valentine A  Winter W Welch T  Wilson ?
Andrews   Willson G West A Lewis D
Batt Welbury Willis B Murry F
Ballard Smith A Smithers A Marsh J
Baker W *Baynton Marsh W McVey S
Bellamy W     Maplesden R?
Beeston G      *Maxted S
Brisley  *Munday W
Bringes W Nash G?
Burvill S? *Petley F
Bushel H?  Paine A
Buzen F Pain H
Carr Paine A
Carswell A Paddoch? G
Charlwood L Potter A
Chantler G Potter E
Chidwick A Paddock
*Clark J Phipps
Clark A? Phelps
*Clark H R Relf  W
Cooper S Reader B?
Cooper T     Rolfe E?
Cousens T     Romney W
Constable     Sait
*Davis W     *Sedgewick S?
Daysh F      Sayle G
Edwards      Sheath T
Difford F     Sheaff G
Edwards      Stevens B?
Eldridge G     Streeter A
Finney T     Streeter H?
Finney S     Sutherland
Funnel S     Sutton E J
Gartner W     Sutton E
Godfrey     Sutton T
 *Goldsack     Tart A
Gregory J     Taylor W
Grover     Tuttill G
*Hone H     Twelves A?
Hogbin     Thompson
Hogbin     Thompson 
Howard     Walker
Howling      
       
  IN MEMORIAM  
  Amos  Maplesden E  
   Huntley Roberts A  
  Shillito?? W? Richarson ??  
       

  * Wounded

photo of Roll of Honour by Ted Smith
photo of service record and transcription by Jean Marsh
with thanks to Jean who continues to research the names

 

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