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|Boldre HMS Hood Memorial T-Wa||24 May 1941||United Kingdom||St John the Baptist Church, Boldre, Hants||Book of Remembrance includes: Mne Albert E Tapsell, PO/X 3874; Musician David R Tawney, RMB/X 568; Mne Lewis J Taylor, PO/X 541; Musician Reginald L Taylor, RMB/3087; Mne Charles Telford, PO/X 3647; Mne Joseph Thorpe, PO/X 3187; Mne Leslie B Toogood, PO/X 4878; Mne Albert E Viney, PO/21511; Mne Michael H S J Wallis, PO/X 4834; Mne Clifford Walton, PO/22215; Mne Donald Warren, PO/X 100275|
|Boldre HMS Hood Memorial We-Y||24 May 1941||United Kingdom||St John the Baptist Church, Boldre, Hants||Book of Remembrance includes: Mne Arthur Wearn, PO/X 1941; Mne Henry Edward Weaver, PO/X 3923; Mne Sidney Charles Theobald Welch, PO/X 3501; Cpl Philip Joseph Wells, PO/X 1645; Mne Harry White, PO/X 4215; Sgt Reginald Charles Whitehead, PO/X 1038; Mne Herbert Willias, PO/X 4881; Mne Jack Edward Wishart, PO/X 3489; Band Cpl Sydney George Worsfold, RMB/2854; Mne Jeffrey Alfred Wyatt, PO/X 2560; Boy Bugler Percy Alfred Young, PO/X 3413; Mne Albert Younger, PO/X 3813;|
|Boldre St John Plaque||1914-1919, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||St John the Baptist Churchyard, Boldre, Hants||Gnr Percy Samuel Wheeler, RMA/13598, Invalided from Hasler Hospital 13 Jun 1917||To the Glory of God and in undying memory of the Men of This Parish who laid down their lives in The Great War 1914-1919 Pro Patria. Includes: WW1, Gnr P S Wheeler, RMA|
|Boldre War Memorial||1914-1919, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||St John the Baptist Churchyard, Boldre, Hants||Gnr Percy Samuel Wheeler, RMA/13598, Invalided from Hasler Hospital 13 Jun 1917||Jesu Mercy - In memoriam 1914-1918 - "Their name liveth for evermore" Includes: WW1, Gnr P S Wheeler, RMA|
|Bosham Village Memorial||1914-1919, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||Bosham, West Sussex||Percy Gardner, Sgt, PO/15628, 1st Btn RN Div, KIA 4 May 1917; Leonard William Cook, Musician, RMB/X 67, HMS Glorious RM Band, KIA 8 Jun 1940; Thomas Stubbington, Mne, PO/X 21141, HMS Manchester, died 7 Jun 1940||WW1: Built by their comrades to the men of Bosham who died for England, 1914-1918. Includes: Percy Gardner. WW2: 1939-1945. Includes: Leonard W Cook, Thomas Stubbington|
|Botley All Saints Roll of Honour||1914-1919, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||All Saints Church, Botley, Hants||Pte George Henry Aslett, RMLI, PLY/1662(S)||Botley, Names of the Fallen, 1914-1918. Includes: WW1, G H Aslett|
|Botley Memorial Cross||1914-1919, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||All Saints Churchyard, Botley, Hants||Pte George Henry Aslett, RMLI, PLY/1662(S)||Sacred to the memory of the men of this parish of all ranks and branches of the services who gave their lives for their country in the Geat War, 1914-1919, Greater love hath no man this, that he gave his life for his friends. And in the World War 1939-1945. Includes: WW1: George H Aslett|
|Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery Memorial||France||The Somme|
|Bradninch War Memorial 1||RMLI||UK||Devon|
|Bradninch War Memorial 2||RMLI||UK||Devon||Deal 2540 (S) Pte Stanley Elliott|
|Bridgewater War Memorial (1)||Royal Marines||United Kingdom||Somerset||Cecil Culverwell|
|Bridgewater War Memorial (2)||Royal Marines||United Kingdom||Somerset||Arthur John Fudge|
|Bridgewater War Memorial (3)||Royal Marines||United Kingdom||Somerset||Alfred John Croker|
|Brie British Cemetery Memorial||France||Brie|
|Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial||1917-1918||United Kingdom||RM Memorial Garden, Eastney||For the four inscriptions see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _bottom, _left, _right and _back|
|Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial_back||1917-1918||United Kingdom||RM Memorial Garden, Eastney||For the inscriptions on the other three sides see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _bottom _left and _right||Specially promoted Lieutenant Colonel for distinguished service 25th Oct 1917; awarded CB Military Division 3rd June 1918; Four times mentioned in despatches, twice wounded, This memorial was erected by his comrades of all ranks in the Royal Marines Artillery and by the officers and men of the Divisions of the Army with which he served in France and Belgium.|
|Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial_bottom||1917-1918||United Kingdom||RM Memorial Garden, Eastney||For the inscriptions on the other three sides see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _left, _right and _back||Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC, CB, DSO, Royal Marine Artillery. Born 14th Dec 1871. Killed inaction 4th June 1918. L F Roslyn RB, Sculptor, London.|
|Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial_left||1917-1918||United Kingdom||RM Memorial Garden, Eastney||For the inscriptions on the other three sides see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _bottom, _right and _back||Distinguished Service Order, 1st an 1917; 1st Bar to DSO, 11 May 1917; 2nd Bar to DSO, 11 May 1917; 3rd Bar to DSO 22nd Apl 1918. Belgian Croix de Guerre, 13th Sept 1918; Awarded for acts of Conspicuous Gallantry and Devotion to Duty.|
|Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial_right||1917-1918||United Kingdom||RM Memorial Garden, Eastney||For the inscriptions on the other three sides see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _bottom, _left, and _back||Victoria Cross, 8th June 1917, awarded for Conspicuous Bravery Determination and devotion to duty in bringing in six captured Enemy's guns under very heavy fire.|
|Brigadier General Frederick William Lumsden, VC CB DSO+3 bars mosaics (1)||4 June 1918||United Kingdom||Grand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, Hants||These two mosaics were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and these and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exist behind internal walling.||In Memory of Brigadier General Frederick William Lumsden VC, CB, DSO+3bars, Belgian Croix de Guerre, Royal Marine Artillery. Killed in action in France, 4th June 1918, aged 46 years. His (honours gained during) the last|