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|Warsash Memorial||1914-1919, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||Victory Hall, Warsash Road, Warsash, Hants||Bertie Turner, RMA 14531, HMS Defence, 31 May 1916. No RMs for WW2.||The Great War, 1914-1918, Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: B Turner.|
|Waterlooville War memorial_gate||1914-1919||United Kingdom||St George's Church, Waterlooville, Hants||Gunner Ernest Henry Rogers, RMA/8054, HMS Cyclops, buried St Peter's churchyard, South Ronaldsay, Orkney Islands||Remember those who died in war and in all conflict, 1914-1918, 1939-1945. Includes: Ernest H Rogers, RMA|
|Waterlooville War memorial_tower||1914-1919||United Kingdom||St George's Church, Waterlooville, Hants||Gunner Ernest Henry Rogers, RMA/8054, HMS Cyclops, buried St Peter's churchyard, South Ronaldsay, Orkney Islands||To the Glory of God and in memory of the gallant men and women who fell in the Great War of 1914-1918. The war memorial clock was re-erected in this tower 1969. Includes: Ernest H Rogers, RMA|
|West End Parish Scroll||1914-1918||United Kingdom||Parish Centre, West End, Hants||There is no record of a Charles Barfoot in the CWGC database or in the RM service records held by The National Archives, nor is he listed among the crew lost on HMS Hampshire. There is a Charles Barfoot RGA who died France 19.5.17. The Muster Roll (those who served) includes: Gnr Percy Charles Butt, RMA/4756; Gnr William Longman, RMA; Pte Reuben W Smith, RMA, RMA; Pte Alfred G Wheeler, RMLI.||The Great War 1914-1919. Parish of Westend, Hants. Roll of Honour. Includes: Barfoot, Charles, 5.6.16, Pte RMA, HMS Hampshire|
|West End St James tablet||1914-1918||United Kingdom||St James's Church, West End, Hants||There is no record of a Charles Barfoot in the CWGC database or in the RM service records held by The National Archives, nor is he listed among the crew lost on HMS Hampshire. There is a Charles Barfoot RGA who died France 19.5.17.||Below Window: To the Glory of God & in memory of those who died in the Great War 1914-1918 & whose names are recorded on the tablet below. Includes: Barfoot, Charles.|
|West Norwood Memorial||United Kingdom||West Norwood, London|
|West Norwood War Memorial||Royal Marines||UK||London||Memorial West Norwood, South East London Inscription: PO/X 102377 Lance Corporal R. W. Price, Royal Marines|
|West Wellow Cross_1||1914-1918||United Kingdom||Roadside, West Wellow, Hants||Probaby Cpl Herbert Goodchild Bond, RMLI, PO/2533(S). This cross stands at SU297196. The original cross on this site was destroyed in a traffic accident and this new cross erected in November 1984. The original plinth, which was undamaged, was re-sited outside St Margaret of Antioch Church in the village (see West Wellow Cross_2)||To the Glory of God and in memory of those from this parish who gave themselves for us in the Great War. 1914-1918. Includes: H G Bond|
|West Wellow Cross_2||1914-1918||United Kingdom||Outside St Margaret of Antioch Church, West Wellow, Hants||Probaby Cpl Herbert Goodchild Bond, RMLI, PO/2533(S). This is the original plinth of the cross destroyed by a traffic accident and replaced by West Wellow Cross_1.||To the Glory of God and in memory of those from this parish who gave themselves for us in the Great War. 1914-1918. Includes: H G Bond|
|Westbourne Memorial||1914-1919||United Kingdom||St John the Baptist Churchyard, Westbourne, West Sussex||Thomas Francis Griffith, Gunner RMA/2569 (RMR/B/1266), HMS Aboukir; Frederick Nathaniel Wells, Private, CH/21927, RMLI (Deal Depot), buried in Westbourne cemetery (see Graves).||WW1: In memory of men from Westbourne who laid down their lives in The Great War, 1914-1919. Includes: Griffith, RMA; Wells, RMLI|
|Westkappelle, Walcheren||RM Commandos||Netherlands||Walcheren||Memorial to the Commando Units who landed at Westkappelle. Located at the Great Dyke, West Kappelle, Island of Walcheren, Netherlands|
|Whitechurch War Memorial 1||RMLI||UK||Devon|
|Whitechurch War Memorial 2||RMLI||UK||Devon||Major Alexander A Cordner|
|Whitsbury St Leonard Plaque WW1||1914-1918||United Kingdom||St Leonard's Church, Whitsbury, Hants||Possibly: Pte Harry Carter, RMLI, PO/8224; Lance Sgt George Frederick Hall, CH/11139, RMLI||Roll of Honour, To the Glory of God and in Memory of the Men of this Parish who served during the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: Carter, H, Pte; Hall, G F, Pte|
|Wickham War Memorial||1914-1919, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||St Nicholas's Churchyard, Wickham, Hants||WW1: William John Dredge, Pte, RMLI, PO/14589, HMS Good Hope; Pte William Hall, RMLI, PO/295/S; Pte Ernest Edward Privett, RMLI, PO/18810; Pte George Harry Privett, RMLI, PO/14435; Pte W Kear, RMLI, PO/14944. WW2: Cpl J Frankpitt, RM, PO/X 2683||To the glorious memory of the men of Wickham who fought and fell for Faith and Freedom 1914-1919. WW1 includes: W Dredge; W Hall; W Kear; E Privett; G Privett. WW2 includes: J Frankpitt|
|Wickham War Shrine WW1||1914-1919||United Kingdom||St Nicholas's Church, Wickham, Hants||Pte William John Dredge, RMLI, PO/14589; Pte William Hall, RMLI, PO/295/S; Pte Ernest Edward Privett, RMLI, PO/18810; Pte George Harry Privett, RMLI, PO/14435; Pte W Kear, RMLI, PO/14944||The God who took will keep them in His care. Includes: W Dredge, Private RM; W Hall Private RM; W Kear, Private, RM; E Privett, Private, RM; G Privett, Private, RM.|
|Wickham WW2 Plaque||1939-1945||United Kingdom||St Nicholas's Church, Wickham, Hants||Cpl James Frankpitt, RM, PO/X 2683||Sacred to the memory of the men of this parish who laid down their lives in the Second World war 1939-1945. Includes: James Frankpitt|
|Widecombe in the Moor War Memorial 1||RMLI||UK||Devon||Ch/1987(S) Pte John H Irish & Ply/16598 Pte George Nosworthy|
|Widecombe in the Moor War Memorial 2||RMLI||UK||Devon||Ch/1987(S) Pte John H Irish & Ply/16598 Pte George Nosworthy|
|Wilford Hill Cemetery, Nottingham||Royal Marines||UK||Nottingham||A corner of Wilford Hill Cemetery set aside for war dead.|