War Memorials in Suffolk
War Memorials are something all of us pass every day but how much notice do we take of them and do we think of the people behind the names inscribed thereon. Some memorials have already been damaged or forgotten.
By assembling this collection which can be used as a basis for research, I hope that generations to come will have some reference to those who gave their tomorrows for our today, and that their sacrifice may not be forgotten in the future.
Additional features added recently (including some in Norfolk)
Images and details of War Graves:~.
Aldeburgh, Beccles, Bury St Edmunds WW1, Bury St. Edmunds WW1, Bury St. Edmunds WW2, Caister cemetery, Felixstowe (Walton), Felixstowe (Walton) cemetery, Felixstowe cemetery, Kirkley cemetery, Leiston, Lowestoft, Lowestoft cemetery WW1 pts 1 & 2, Lowestoft cemetery WW2 pts 1 & 2, Marham Cemetery, Marham Holy Trinity, North Walsham cemetery, Ringshall (RAF Wattisham), Scottow (RAF Coltishall), Watton, Woodbridge cemetery.
War Graves in The Great Yarmouth cemeteries Norwich Earlham Cemeteries
Please note that in general, the names on a Roll of Honour are those who fought and returned home safely.
However in some cases the names are of those who never returned or occasionally the names are combined at one source.
Please note that some of the information (and the links given) comes from the Suffolk Roll of Honour website. Link Unfortunately I have found many errors, typographical and otherwise on their pages for which I cannot be held responsible.
The mistakes for which I am responsible can be rectified by emailing me at the link above and telling me about them.
'Memorial Not Found' means I haven't YET located it, I am still looking to complete the list.
Latest update: 20/04/2016
Tuddenham St. Martin, Darmsden, Bildeston, Wattisham, Kettlebaston, Onehouse, Elmswell and Norton.
Norfolk Memorials are now available here > Link.
Please note that both articles are incomplete and are constantly being updated.
|Acton||church||TL 892 452||25 +8||2 + 2||Details - Link|
|Akenham||Churchyard||TM 1479 4881||3||0||Details - Link|
|Aldeburgh||Near the Moot Hall||TM 4655 5688||84||26||Details - Link War Graves Link|
|Aldeburgh (WW1)||Inside the church||TM 4635 5685||85||27||See above for details of casualties|
|Alderton||Inside the church||TM 3428 4166||13||5||Details - Link|
|Aldham||Inside the church||TM 0408 4441||4||1||Details - Link|
|Aldringham cum Thorpe||Church(yard)||TM 4516 6021||11||8||Details - Link|
|Image required||Alpheton||Inside the church||TL 8734 5047||8||3||Plus 1 civilian. Details - Link|
|Ampton||Church||TL 8660 7118||4||1||Details - Link|
|Ashbocking||Inside the church||TM 1696 5450||5||1||WW1 Roll of Honour only. Five names have what appears to be RIP after them. They are: G. Knight, Arthur Ruffles, W. Shipp, Henry Taylor & John Wilson. Details - Link|
|Ashby||Church||TM 4893 9903||3||0||WW1 Casualties: J.A. BOYCE, A. PEARMAN, J. PEARMAN. Details - Link . More information regarding the aircrashes can be seen here: Link|
|Ashfield with Thorpe||Church||TM 2102 6260||4||1||Details - Link|
|Aspall||Church||TM 1672 6492||3||0||Details - Link|
|Assington||church||TL 936 388||19||1||Details - Link|
|??||Athelington||--||--||1||0||Details - Link|
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