Yate - St Mary's Church Lych Gate
There are two memorial plaques mounted in the lych gate to the church. Colonel Burges of Ridge House, with the Rector of St. Mary’s Church, James Madden Ford unveiled St. Mary’s memorial lych gate on 2nd January 1921 in memory of those who fought and died during the Frist World War.
The names of those who fought and died in the Second World War were added later.
With thanks to Yate and District Heritage Centre for this information.
|Clark Wilfred||01/10/1893||01/11/1914||Royal Navy|
|Cowles Dennis||30/08/1896||10/02/1917||Gloucestershire Regiment|
|Cox Bence||1896||01/12/1917||Royal Gloucestershire Hussars|
|Crossman Arthur Edward||1887||25/08/1918||Gloucestershire Regiment|
|Dicks Arthur Charles||08/05/1916||06/05/1944||Devonshire Regiment|
|Dowsell Ernest William||1883||27/11/1917||Grenadier Guards|
|Durham John William||1895||23/04/1917||Somerset Light Infantry|
|Edge Robert||1914||10/09/1944||Royal Horse Guards|
|Fitzgibbon Brian Normansby||1894||21/08/1916||Royal Irish Regiment|
|Fletcher Frederick||1897||08/05/1917||Gloucestershire Regiment|
Memorial Lych Gate
St. Mary's Church
Yate BS37 5BG