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The Men from Pilton Parish who died in the Great War 1914-18

The Men from Pilton Parish who died in the Great War 1914-18 /media/flashcomm?action=mediaview&context=normal&id=499

This plaque names the thirty-nine men of Pilton Parish who fought and lost their lives in the Great War 1914-18 and are commemorated below the West Window of St Mary’s Church. The simple but effective flower arrangement was created by Brenda Brown for the Flower Festival at Pilton Green Man Festival in July 2010.

The surnames of the men who died were Ackland, Alford, Ashton, Barlow, Braddon, Darch, Dennis, Ellis, Frayne, Goss, Gould, Gratton, Harris, Heddon, Hill, Jewell, Knill, Loosemore, Norman, Perrin, Radford, Sanders, Shapland, Steer, Squire, Turner, Fry-Vicary, Wickham, Williams and Yeo.

The 340 men from Pilton who fought in the Great War and came home are commemorated on a large plaque in the South Porch of the Church which is also on the archive. To see this second plaque follow this link:

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