Kerrier War Memorials
Landewednack War Memorial
1914 - 1918 War
"Lest We Forget"
This memorial is erected in honoured memory
of the men of this parish whp fell in the Great War 1914 - 1918
No loved one stood around them
To bid a fond farewell
No words of comfort could they leave
To those they loved so well
William H Dennis - Richard C S Harris - William C Hooper
Richard H Jose - Nicholas E McCarthy - William Stevens
Walter T Trerice - John F Triggs - Harry Tyacke
1939 -1945 War
Arthur E Bray - William H Johns - James Keegans
To the glory of God and in honoured memory of those who gave their lives
in the service of their country when the first M.V. Polperro was lost with all hands
after an attack by enemy E-Boats in Mounts Bay in the early hours of 7th Jan. 1944
R M Hawkins - Master - J Georgeson - A.B.
T Clarke - Mate - D Denholm - A.B.
E Sear - Chief Engineer - W Hall - Cook
A R Cornish - Second Engineer - J Ellis - Gunner
A Georgeson - Bosun - J Kirkpatrick - Gunner
W Whitelaw - Gunner
At the going dowm of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.
War Graves in the Churchyard
Two Sailors of the A Sailor of the R. F. Hampshire
Second World War Second World War Radio Operator
Merchant Navy S.S. Gairsoppa S.S. Gairsoppa
Buried 16th February 1941 16th February 1941
29th November 1940
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