The war memorial reads:
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN HONOURED MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918
- John BELL
- James BIRKETT
- Arthur HOLMES
- Norman A LINSEY
- Harry MIDDLETON
- Bertie OGLESBY
- George PARISH
- William A PARISH
- Ernest REDHEAD
- Albert SHEPHERD
There is a separate brass plaque to James BIRKITT (spelling is different than shown) as above. Plaque is topped by an engraving of the Lincoln Regiment "Sphinx" cap badge, with the word EGYPT inscribed beneath. In Loving memory of Arthur James Birkitt of the 3rd Lincolns Regt. the much loved son of J and A Birkitt who was killed in action in France 12th April 1917 in his 24th year.
"He gave his life for his Country" - From one who held him in the greatest esteem.
A Second World War Memorial has the R.A.F Crest and motto "Per Ardua Ad Astra", and reads:
IN PROUD AND HONOURED MEMORY OF DOUGLAS JAMES POPPLE, FLIGHT SERGEANT R.A.F. WHO GAVE HIS LIFE ON ACTIVE SERVICE 24th JULY 1942 AGED 22 YEARS.
They died that we might live. Erected by his fellow parishioners.
Only Ernest REDHEAD is buried in the local churchyard. He was a private in the 10th Btn., Sherwood Foresters and died on 5 June 1917 at age 23, son of Henry and Eliza REDHEAD, of Glenthworth, LIN.