Tiptree War Memorial    

The cross roads near Factory Corner

(junction of Church and Chapel Roads) 

 

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A Picture of Tiptree War Memorial

 

They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old;

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn,

At the going down of the sun and in the morning,

We will remember them.
     When You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say,
For Their Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today

 

The following men of Tiptree and District gave their lives during The Great War of 1914 to 1918

A. F. Ager MM

Andrew Frederick

C. Hart

Charles

G. Moss

George

A. Strutt

Arthur James William

R. Ager

Richard

A. W. Harvey

Alfred Walter

W. Newman

William

H. W. Swann

Harold William

A. E. Appleton

Albert Edward

C. Hellen

Claude

E. Patten

Ernest

C. Taylor

Charles

H. W. Bacon

Herbert William

C. A. Holgate MM

Charles Alfred

A. Polley

Amos

E. W. Taylor

Ernest William

G. W. Bell

George William

A. C. Hull

Albert Charles

C. H. Rawlingson

Cecil Harold

J. W. Taylor

James William

W. Bendall

Walter William

F. Hull

Frederick

A. E. Rawlinson

Albert Edward

R. Taylor

Richard Henry

A. M. Bond

Alfred Maurice

L. Hull

Leonard Charles

S. Ruffle

Stanley Harold

C. E. Thorn

Charles Erskine

G. W. Bonner

George William

W. A. Hull

Walter Alfred

A. Sach

Alfred

H. H. Wager

Herbert Henry

A. Cottee

Alfred

W. Ketley

Walter

G. Sach

George

W. J. Waller

William James

G. Cottee

George

H. Knight

Henry John (Harry)

P. Scott

Percy

H. B. Wilcock

Henry Blamires

R. T. Frost

Mentioned in Despatches  

Richard Thomas

W. Lewis

William Wood

G. Shawyer

Gilbert Henry

F. Wright

Fred

H. W. Gomer

Herbert William

A. Loan

Arthur

J. Steward

John

 

F. V. Hall

Frederick Vincent

J. W. Long

John Winchester

S. Steward

Stanley

 

B. Harrington

Bertie

J. A. Morris

Joseph

W. Stoppard

William Henry

 

 

The following men of Tiptree and District gave their lives during The Second War of 1939 to 1945

F. R. Bowers

Fred Robert

A. G. Hellen

Albert George

A. L. Manning

Arthur Leslie Manning

 

C. W. Taylor

William Charles

A. J. Crampin

Alan Joseph

A. R. K. Hull

Alfred Ronald Keith

D. Mason

Derek Charles Langham-Mason

 

L. C. Watts

Leslie Clarence

R. F. Collins

Reginald Frederick

C. A. Hull

Colin Albert Hull

G. P. Olley

Gordon Patrick

 

L. G. Welham MM

Leonard George

F. J. Finch

Frederick John

O. P. Hull

Owen Percy

C. W. Perreman

Charles

 

 

J. Harvey

Jack

F. G. Last

Frederick George

E. A. Rogers

Earnest Alfred

 

 

L. B. Harvey

Lawrence Bert

J. Langohr

James

R. R. Ruffell

Ronald Richard

 

 

 

The following men of Tolleshunt Knights gave their lives during The Second War of 1939 to 1945

Albert John Sterling Meakes    

Eric Alfred French

George Charles Stone

Sydney StJohn Berhondo

Claude Edward Wakeling

 

 

The following men are listed with relatives in Tiptree on the Commonwealth War Graves for WW1

Albert Carter 17.04.1917; Son of Mr H. Carter of Shrub Cottage, Tiptree

 

Arthur Charles Edwards 21.08.1918; son of Charles Ford Edwards and Ellen E. Edwards of West Cottage, D’Arcy Road, Tiptree

James Hume 02.12.1918; son of James and Sarah Hume, husband of Alice Mary Hume of Maldon Road, Tiptree

 

Joseph Lester 31.07.1917; husband of Mrs. E. Lester of Maldon Road, Tiptree

Henry Arthur Shave 22.10.1917; son of Philip and Alice Shave of Theobalds Farm, Inworth, Tiptree

 

Ernest John Smith 03.07.1916; son of James and Sarah Smith of Barfields Row, Tiptree

 

The following men are buried in Tiptree and are listed on the Commonwealth War Graves for WW2

Gilbert G. Patten (URC)

Arthur John Hoggar (St. Luke’s)

 

The following men are listed with relatives in Tiptree on the Commonwealth War Graves for WW2 

John Reginald Bendall

Percy Ernest Freeman

John Allen Hudson

 

Emily Kate Harvey of Tiptree died at the Hoffmann Works in Chelmsford on 19.12.1944