War Memorials

War Memorial Booklet

In 2010 we prepared a booklet with information about those named on our war memorials. A printed copy of this booklet is available for public view in our church. An electronic version is available here but please bear in mind that it is a very large pdf file so may take several minutes to download. Click War Memorial Booklet

It contains many details about three of the Winterton men who died in the First World War.

If you have access to further information which we might add to this booklet, please contact the Vicar or churchwardens.

You may also wish to see the Winterton Remembers website

Memorials inside church

There are two plaques inside the church on the wall of the North Aisle to commemorate those lost in the First and Second World Wars [plaques on left and right respectively].

 War Memorials inside church

Memorial for First World War
 Benjamin Boon Cary Green
 George Osler
 Henry James Booth
 Harold Green
 Ernest Cyril Richardson
 Archibald Brown
 Harold Hicks
 Harry Reed
 Albert Campbell
 George Horsley
 Walter Sawyer
 William Fish
 Frederick Ling
 John Charles Scott
 Stanley Frow
 David Lonsdale
 Frank Stamford
 George Gibson  Arthur Moss
 Herbert Stubbins

 Grant them eternal rest O Lord

 Memorial for Second World War
1939                         
1945                         
 E J Barnes
 B Fanthorpe
 J Bell
 W A Gaunt
 H Booth
 S Hall
 M Button
 R Johnson
 E Collingwood
 E Pilsworth
 S Cowling
 H Robinson
 S Crowston
 W Sanders
 M Ellis
 C Small

 They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old

Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn

At the going down of the sun and in the morning

We will remember rthem

Town War Memorial

The town war memorial is located immediately outside the east window of the Chancel.

 Town war memorial outside the east window

There are 3 plaques fixed to the base plinth
1939 - 1945

These died in war that we at peace might live

1914 - 1918

 1939 - 1945
 F J Barnes
 David Lonsdale
 B Fanthorpe
 J Bell
 Walter Percival Sawyer
 W A Gaunt
 H Booth
 George Horsley
 S Hall
 M Button
 Arthur Moss
 R Johnson
 E Collingwood
 Harold Burton
 E Pilsworth
 S Cowling
 Carey Green
 H Robinson
 S Crowston
 George Gibson
 W Sanders
 M Ellis
 Harold Green
 C Small
  Ernest Cyril Richardson
 
  Stanley Lonsdale
 
  Arthur Collingwood
 
  Herbert Stubbins
 
  John Benjamin Boon
 
  Frank Stambford
 
  Archibald Brown
 
  Albert Campbell
 
  Charles Scott
 
  George Osler
 
  Harry Reed
 
  Henry James Booth
 
  William Fish
 
  Harry Parker
 
  Harold Hicks
 
  Fred Ling
 

With proud thanksgiving

we remember them

 Joseph Richard Roberts

With proud thanksgiving

we remember them

For further details about those from Winterton who were lost in these two world wars see the record on the Roll of Honour website.

While the lists on the plaques inside the church and on the town war memorial for the Second World War are identical, the two lists for the First World War are not. The plaque in church lists 21 names, including one name not on the town plaque. There are 25 names on the town plaque, including five not listed inside the church. However, in reality there are only four names not listed inside the church since one person is listed under different family names on the two memorials.

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