Blackmore Area Local History

Doddinghurst Remembers The Great War

At Doddinghurst the War Memorial tablet is on the south wall of All Saints' Church.  This page provides an index of those who gave their lives during the First World War (1914 - 1918).
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For more information on the impact of World War One in this part of Essex, follow the link to the BALH blog.  First World War
In September 2014 the people of Doddinghurst dedicated a new War Memorial to those who died during the First and Second World Wars.  It stands outside All Saints Church.
An alphabetical index of those who fell in the First World War who lived or were associated with Doddinghurst, Essex

Arthur Benton  
Harry Benton  
George Everett  
Arthur Hammond  
George Hammond  
Herbert Miller    
Gerald Wellesley Pigott    
James Roast    
Harry Riglin    
S St George Swaine Showers 

Dulce Est Pro Patria Mori
To the Glory of God and in ever honoured memory
Of the following officers and men
Who laid down their lives for their country
In the Great War, 1914 – 1918
2nd Lieut. Gerald Pigott   RFA 
Lieut. S St George Swaine Showers    Essex Regt.
Pte. Arthur Benton   
Essex Regt.
Pte James Roast   
Essex Regt.
Pte Arthur Hammond   
Essex Regt.
Pte. Harry Benton    Middlesex Regt.
Pte. George Everett   
Suffolk Regt. 
Pte. Harry Riglin   
Suffolk Regt.
Pte. George Hammond   
Suffolk Regt.
Pte. Herbert Miller    E. Surrey Regt.
“Their Name Liveth For Evermore”

Last Updated: 18 January 2015