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|Brigadier General Frederick William Lumsden, VC CB DSO+3 bars mosaics (2)||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.||year of his life were won over and over again every day, he was an outstanding example to all. Erected by his comrades of all services to commemorate a career of exceptional gallantry|
|Brockenhurst Methodist Plaque||1914-1918, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||Methodist Church, Brockenhurst, Hants||WW1: Pte E H H Field, RMLI, PO/18112. No WW2 RMs.||In loving memory of the young men of this Church who laid down their lives in the two World Wars. Their memory liveth ever. WW1: Includes: Field E H H|
|Brockenhurst St Nicholas Roll of Honour||1914-1919, 1939-1945||United Kingdom||St Nicholas Church, Brockenhurst, Hants||Pte William Charles Stride, PO/14254||For God King & Country. Greater love hath no man than this. The men of Brockenhurst who fell in the two World Wars 1914-1918, 1939-1945, Roll of Honour - The heroic Dead. Includes: William Stride|
|Brockenhurst Village Memorial||1914-1918||United Kingdom||Sway Road, Brockenhurst, Hants||Pte William Charles Stride, PO/14254||To our glorious dead - In ever grateful memory of the men of Brockenhurst who gave their lives for their country during the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: William Stride|
|Brompton War Memorial||UK||Gillingham|
|Bronfay Farm 1, Arras||RM Commandos||France||Bronfay Farm, Arras||Bronfay Farm Military Cemetery, Arras, France|
|Bronfay Farm 2, Arras||RM Commandos||France||Bronfay Farm, Arras||Bronfay Military Cemetery, Arras, France|
|Brookwood Military Cemetery||Royal Marines||UK||Brookwood||Memorial To The Missing. Brookwood Miltary Cemetery.|
|Buckland Monachorum War Memorial 1||RMLI RM||UK||Devon|
|Buckland Monachorum War Memorial 2||RMLI RM||UK||Devon||Ply/184 Pte Harry Waye|
|Buckland Monachorum War Memorial 3||RMLI RM||UK||Devon||Captain George S Pitts|
|Bucquoy Road Cemetery Memorial||France||Bucquoy, The Somme|
|Bucquoy Road Communal Cemetery Extension Memorial||France||Bucquoy, The Somme|
|Bugler Edward Alexander Harding||Royal Marine Artillery||1903-1918||United Kingdom||St John's RC Cathedral, Portsmouth||He is buried in the Edinburgh (Seafield) cemetery||To the Glory of God and in memory of Bugler Edward Alexander Harding, Royal Marine Artillery, Died May 8th 1918 aged 15 years, RIP, Erected by his shipmates of HMS Colossuss, 4th Battle Squadron, Grand Fleet|
|Buriton St Marys Cross||1914-1918||United Kingdom||Opposite St Mary the Virgin Church, Buriton, Hants||Pte George Treagus, RMLI, PO/14656; Gnr Tom Hill, RMA/8162||In proud and grateful memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives in the Great Wars 1914-1919 & 1939-1945. Includes: WW1: George Treagus; Tom Hill|
|Buriton St Marys plaque||1914-1918||United Kingdom||St Mary the Virgin Church, Buriton, Hants||Pte George Treagus, RMLI, PO/14656; Gnr Tom Hill, RMA/8162||To the Glory of God and in honoured memory of the men of the parish of Buriton who fell in the Great War 1914-1919. Includes: George Treagus; Tom Hill|
|Buriton St Marys Roll of Honour||1914-1918||United Kingdom||Location unknown||Pte George Treagus, RMLI, PO/14656; Gnr Tom Hill, RMA/8162. Present location unknown, believed to be in private hands (July 2021).||Roll of honour for the dead, "Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends". Includes: George Treagus, RMA; Thomas Hill, RMA|
|Buriton War Memorial (1)||Royal Marine Artillery||United Kingdom||Hampshire||Tom Hill RMA/8162|
|Buriton War Memorial (2)||Royal Marines||United Kingdom||Hampshire||Albert Powell PO/9440|
|Buriton War Memorial (3)||Royal Marines||United Kingdom||Hampshire||George Treagus|