War memorials we are researching

We have been researching the World War I war memorials listed below. Click on the town or village to see details of the memorial:

We may extend our research later to other war memorials in this area of Sussex.

Others have completed or are undertaking research in this area. Those of which we are aware are listed below:

  • Easebourne – Christine Deadman has published Easebourne – The Men and Times Remembered as part of the West Sussex & the Great War Project
  • Fittleworth – research currently being undertaken by Tony Boam
  • Lurgashall – Michael Oakland’s extensive researches are published in his book A Richer Dust
  • South Harting – Barry Smith has published  Lest We Forget as part of the West Sussex & the Great War Project
  • Tillington – Dr Trevor Purnell has researched Tillington casualties in great detail and displayed the stories in All Hallows Church

Chichester Cathedral

Many of the casualties in this area served with The Royal Sussex Regiment. In Chichester Cathedral, the names of all those who lost their lives whilst serving with the Regiment can be found commemorated on panels, battalion by battalion, in the Chapel of St. George.

Midhurst U3A WW1 War Memorial Project