North FambridgeWar Memorial


North Fambridge has a war memorial erected to commemorate the residents of North Fambridge who died during the First World War

The names are listed below

 Killed 1914-1918

James Fogg Walter Pownty David Goddard
Ernest Parker Cecil Saddler John Willis


Served 1914-1918

Captain  O P Bernard  MC  - RE J W Blowers  -RN K R Chaproniers KR - RASC
T Coker - 9th Essex E J Flick - RNVR L Huggins - Artist Rifles
Captain L J Lightfoot OBE - RAPC H Osborn - RN M Osborn - RN
A J Powney - RFA S Robbins - 9th Essex Sgt W Sadler - Instructor Middlesex Regiment
A White - 2nd Corporal RE F Willis- 9th Essex  


A roll of honour for the dead of World War 1 is displayed inside North Fambridge Churrch

Killed 1939 -1945

  Geoffrey H Saxton  


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