Category Archives: Sussex East

St. Luke’s Church, Stone Cross & Westham War Memorial

The church of St Luke at Stone Cross, built as a memorial to a Lieutenant Colonel Charles William Owen, who died in 1922, was opened in 1929 as a chapelry of St. Mary’s Church in nearby Westham, long before eventually … Continue reading

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Forest Row War Memorial

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Ore War Memorial

One hundred and forty three names, to save you counting, including eight late additions at the bottom. Oops!

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Wartling – St. Mary Magdalene Church

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Catsfield War Memorial

I’ve never had a problem with churchyards or cemeteries after dark, and a good job too, bearing in mind the rather late stop I made on this particular evening to snap a few shots of Catsfield war memorial.  And look, … Continue reading

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Rye – St. Mary’s Church, War Memorial & the Ypres Tower

Still in East Sussex, from Rye Harbour we now find ourselves in Rye itself. The eight upper panels list the names of the Great War dead. The Second World war casualties are remembered around the base of the memorial,… …and … Continue reading

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Rye Harbour War Memorial & Church of the Holy Spirit Churchyard

Down on the Sussex coast, about as far south as you can get, there’s a little church,… …unfortunately locked, as it turned out, on this particular day,… …although luckily for us,… …it’s the lych gate that we have primarily come … Continue reading

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