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Holy Trinity, Potten End

 

Holy Trinity is located in the village of Potten End.

 

First World War

The cemetery contain a large memorial to one individual who is also named on the Parish Memorial:

David N. Gaussen

There is also a grave for another man named on the Parish memorial:

Bert Waterton

Please Contact Us if you have any further information on any of these individuals.

The Parish Memorial is weathered and names are transcribed below the photos.

Left panel:

1914

Harry S. Parsons

1915

H.R.S. Pulman

N. Crawford MacLehose

Sidney T. Clarke

Harold Batchelor

Fred Halsey

Ernest C. Hodsden

1916

Reginald Oakins

David N. Gaussen

Alfred Mawditt

Arthur Whitman

John Wilson

George Bedford 1917

Right panel:

1916

Charles Denman

Clifford H. Cooley

William L. Chapman

Alfred C. Cooley

1917

Bert Rance

Gus Wilson

Arthur Cripps

Thomas Goodall

1918

Bert F. Summerfield

William Batchelor

Albert E. Hodsden

Bert Waterton

 

Second World War

The cemetery contains two Second World War graves:

Frederick Dickens

William Mart

One family grave mentions another fatality from the war:

Arthur Cripps

There is also a panel below the First World war Memorial.

 

Other Memorial

A font outside the Church remembers John Charles Miles of the 5th Royal Irish Lancers, but further details have not yet been located.

      

(Photos: Richard Grayson, 11th September 2014.)

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