In the Chapel of St Nicholas, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight.
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Designed by Percy Stone, FRIBA, FSA.
St Nicholas Chapel was rebuilt in 1904 as a memorial to Charles I.
In 1919 it was decided to rework the Chapel as the County War memorial.
It was finally completed and re-dedicated as the County War memorial in 1929.
There are a total of 1624 names on the memorial panels.
FOUNDED C 1070, REBUILT 1738, DISMANTLED 1856, RECONSTRUCTED 1904
THE CHAPEL OF ST NICHOLAS IN CASTRO
REBUILT IN 1904
TO THE MEMORY OF KING CHARLES 1st
INCORPORATING 13th CENTURY MASONRY
REDECORATED 1929 AS THE ISLAND WAR MEMORIAL
The names are in approximate alphabetical order by surname, but this is not strictly adhered to, since the names are laid out in two columns on each panel. It seems that the choice of names was dictated by the need to balance the number of letters in each row. Check more than one panel to ensure that a name is not missed, if it does not appear where it might be expected.