War Memorial 1920

There appears to be a discrepancy
in the WW1 records concerning the names on the
War Memorial, Suffolk County Council Roll of Honour and those listed on Ancestry.co.uk

The names listed on these pages may not be accurate as they came from several sources.

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The War Memorial was constructed in 1920 and erected by local builder Stanley Deaves. The woodwork was carried out by Fred Beard.


Opening ceremony showing Mr Deaves, circa 1928
Note the new wall and railings.

Memorial circa 1930

Photograph taken of the Memorial and signed on the back
Circa 1920+

Opening Ceremony 1928













Date unknown, probably circa 1930
Rememberance Day 1935
Rememberance Day 1938
Interesting to note that the railings were still in place in 1943.
I suspect they were replaced by the wall we see today. when the WW2 memorial stones were layed.

Poppies growing on the Somme battlefield near Thiepval in France.

One of our soldiers resting in the
Essex Farm Cemetery,
Ypres Salient.

The Suffolk Roll of Honour lists 27 names, however the village war (above)memorial acknowledges
that 47 soldiers were lost during the conflict

Acknowledgment to Col R Probert(decd) for the archive material on the War Memorial construction.
Ypres grave photos supplied by Yvonne Drake.

Stanley Deaves photographs courtesy of "Colin and Susan [nee Deaves ] Fakes"