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The History of Saint Margaret's Church Cowlinge

Commemoration Of The War Dead

As with most churches the churches those who fell in the two great wars are remembered and Saint Margaret's church is no exception.

Further information about those men and others who gave their lives in war can be found on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website at http://www.cwgc.org/. An excellent search facility is available here giving information about those who died in war.

Another forces resource is the Forces Reunited site http://www.forcesreunited.co.uk/.

The names shown below are also linked to the excellent website http://www.undyingmemory.net/ where a full citation of all the men who died is given.

Cowlinge Fallen from the 1st and 2nd World Wars
1914 - 1918
Herbert Bailey G Hill
Arthur Edward Harry Bitten Henry Joseph Hurst
Lawrence Daniel Bitten William Ling
George William Bitten James Henry Littlechild
Walter Charles Bitten Thomas Martin
Harvey Fredrick Brady Ernest William Potter
John Brady Fred Potter
Fred Carter Sampson Samuel Ransome
Francis Stanley Cook Charles Edward Starling
William Charles Ely Percy William Starling
Arthur Gallimore William Herbert Starling
Gharles Gillman Walter Thorogood
John Ginn Arthur George Twiddy
Frank Goodwin Howard Gooch Albert Edward Wiltshire
Nathan Robert Gooch George Charley Woollard

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. St John 15-13"

Last Modified Saturday 22 April 2017