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War Memorial Inscription

Tollard Royal has a War Memorial.

War Memorial

Are you related to any of the souls named on our war memorial in Tollard Royal? If you are please do get in touch. Families are always welcome to join us each November at our service.


2014 was the centenary year of the Great War, we were reminded by Joan Newnham that it was her Grandmother, Elizabeth Coombs, who ran the village Post Office, who took all three telegrams about the Bennett family listed on the Roll of Honour and so had to inform the family, who of course she knew personally.

Inscriptions on the war memorial in Tollard Royal – These names are read out at a service for Remembrance Sunday 

Private B H Bennett 14th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment died 26th September 1917 at Ypes

L. Corp R Bennett 134th Company, Machine Gun Corps (infantry) died 22nd February 1917, in Iraq

Private T Bennett 2nd Battalion Hampshire Regiment died 10th September 1916 in Belgium

Private W S Bennett C Company, 6th Battalion, Queens Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) died 3rd July 1916 at the Somme

Private H E Case 6th Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment died 29th September 1918 aged 18 in the Kaisers Battle

Sergeant S Glover 6th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment died 2nd July 1916 at the Somme

Private A Kempshall 7th Battalion The Buffs Royal (East Kent Regiment) died 2nd August 1917 age 19 at Ypes

Sergeant F Maidment Military Medal 23rd Battalion London Regiment died 22nd August 1918 at the Somme

Rifleman A E Messer 10th Battalion Riffle Brigade died 21st November 1917 at Cambrai

Private P Ridout 1st Battalion Hampshire Regiment died April 1916 aged 27 at Arras

Stoker 1st Class C H Riggs His Majesty’ Ship Queen Mary died 31st May 1916 aged 22 when his ship was sunk

Private J D Riggs Dorset Yeomanry (Queens own) died 21st August 1915 aged 27 at the Gallipoli Campaign

Gunner F Sweeting 275th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery died 29th September 1917 in Belgium

let us remember before God and commend to his sure keeping those who have died for their country in war.

There are registers of baptisms from 1688, of burials from 1689 and marriages from 1692.