Gwinear War Memorial
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At Gwinear, the Lynch Gate is the War Memorial with the names displayed on either side.
World War 1914 - 1918
To The Glory Of God And In Sacred Memory Of The Men of St Gwinear, Who Lost Their Lives In the Great War 1914 -1918.
"Greater Love hath no man"
W. Brayt - W. T. Banfield - R. J. Banfield - J Barnes - S Chinn - C E Francis
A. Harris - E. J. Harvey - V. Hocking - C. James - W. James - J Lee
J Murphy - E. Rapson - S. Tippett - H. Trevorrow
Samuel Nicholas. Tippett -
Nicholas TIPPETT was born 5 Sep 1897 at Wheal Clowance farm,
above information and photograph were kindly provided by Alan Trevarthen.
Samuel was Alan's Granny's youngest brother. Alan also wrote, I don't
know why he was in an Irish regiment. Perhaps the Army could not
understand his Gwinear accent and thought he was Irish.
World War 1939 - 1945
J. D. Ferrett - J. J. Hampton - A. C. Perry - R. N. Masters - T. Rapson - N. Smitheram
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