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Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Shalfleet -
- St Michael's Church War Memorial -


In St Michael's Church, Shalfleet, Isle of Wight
IWM War Memorials Archive Record

Link : War Memorials Archive Reference 21827  
Historic England Listing Status

St Michael's Church is Listed Grade I. Since the War Memorial forms part of the structure of the Church it is considered to be included within the Listing.

Three light stained glass window giving the names of Great War casualties. The window was supplied by Messrs Jones and Willis of London, and the Portland stone surround by Mr J W Newman of Freshwater (James William Newman). The window was dedicated on 3 August 1920.

Additional information courtesy of Ian Broad of Shalfleet

Shalfleet St Michael's War memorial
IW County Press 7 Aug 1920

Isle of Wight County Press 7 Aug 1920

To the Glory of God
In memory of those who made
the great sacrifice '14 - '18. A Thank-
offering from those who were spared


Further Information

Names as recorded

NameLinksOther Information
Major A.G. Astley, MC CWGC record ...
Corpl. J.W. Baker, I.W.R. CWGC record ...
L.S.G. H.M. Brett, R.N. CWGC record ...
Gr. M.S. Budden, R.F.A. CWGC record ...
OS F. Cobb, R.N. No CWGC record Frank Cobb died of TB on 17th March 1917 at Lucknow House, Wroxall. He was 23. On his Death Certificate he is shown as being a Motor Lorry Driver (Naval Pensioner) and the death was notified by his widow M A C Cobb.
His name also appears on the Wroxall War Memorial at St John's Church
Capt. W. Davidson, R.N. CWGC record ...
Lieut. A.J. Harvey, R.A.M.C., M.M. CWGC record ...
Veteran Affairs Canada record ...
Memorial plaque in St Michael's Church Buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery
Lce. Corpl. F.W. Lambert, 1st Cam. High. CWGC record ...
Sub-Lieut. V. Nicholson, R.N.A.S. CWGC record ... Biographical Information
Corpl. H.S. Richardson, A.I.F. CWGC record ...
Australian War Memorial record ...
Pte. H.J. Saunders, A.S.C. CWGC record ...
AB F.J. Sheaff, R.N. No CWGC record Frederick James Sheaff died on 4th July 1917 aged 41. On his Death Certificate he is shown as being a Naval pensioner. The death was registered by his widow, Rose Sheaff, of Bembridge.
His name is also recorded on the Yarmouth War Memorial
Capt. A.H.W. Temple, Suff. CWGC record ... Biographical information
Son-in-law of Percy Goddard Stone, architect of the County War Memorial inter alia
Pte. B.P. Treloar, Hants CWGC record ...
Pte. H.V. Woodford, Wilts. CWGC record ...

Names of other local men not recorded who died during the Great War

NameLinksOther Information
Pte C.J. Barton, Hants CWGC record ... Commemorated on his mother's grave in St Michael's Churchyard
Pte W.C. Bradley, Wilts CWGC record ... Buried at Northwood Cemetery (Cowes)
Rfn A.A. Buckett, Hants CWGC record ... Commemorated on his mother's grave in Yarmouth St James's Cemetery
A/Steward R.H. Buckett, HMS Stephen Furness CWGC record ... Biography and citation for award of DSM
Pte W.H. Cleveland, Dorsets CWGC record ...
Maj J.M. Wardroper, R W Surrey R CWGC record ... Buried in St Michael's Churchyard


Shalfleet St Michael's War memorial
Shalfleet St Michael's Church
Page last updated : 4 December 2014 (link from Temple to Stone)


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