Rex Johnson provides the following names from the World War I tablet:
The following men from the Parish of Horbling gave their lives in the service of their Country during the Great War 1914-1919.
- Fred ARCHER - Tank Corps.
- Robert M. BOOTH - 2nd Btn. Lincs
- George S. BRUMLEY - Canadians
- Alfred C. CLARK - York & Lancs
- Charlie CLARK - Lincs
- Thomas CLARK - Royal Eng.
- Anthony ELLINGWORTH - W. Ridng
- George GREGORY - Yorks
- Bertram PLUMMER - Suffolk
- Allison G. SMITH - Loyal N. Lancs
- Albert SMITH - Srgt., Oxford & Bucks
- Archie SMITH - King's Royal Rifles
- Joseph H. STENNET - Royal Navy
- James WATSON - Lincs
"Eternal honour give to those who nobly striving, nobly fell, that we might live."
The only men above identified in the CWGC database are Bertram PLUMMER and Albert SMITH. It is not clear why Albert SMITH is recorded on the plaque in the church.
Rex Johnson provides the following names from the World War II tablet (details added from CWGC where found):
In Honoured memory of the Men of this Parish who gave their lives in the World War 1939-1945
- Donald Arthur DAUBNEY - Lincolnshire Regt.
- Peter FELGATE - Able Seaman, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Penelope, died 18 Feb. 1944, son of Arthur and Emily.
- Frank NICHOLSON - Lincolnshire Regt.
- Frederick John SANDALL - Able Seaman, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Rajputana, died 13 APr. 1941, son of Arthur and Harriet of Sleaford.
Rest eternal grant unto them O Lord
And let light perpetual shine upon them.
Peter FELGATE, above, was one of 417 men lost from HMS Penolope, a light cruiser, that was torpedoed and sunk on 18 Feb. 1944. She was the ship that inspired C. S. FORESTER's "The Ship", written in 1943.
The three Commonwealth War Graves in the churchyard are for:
- Donald Arthur DAUBNEY, lance corp., Royal Engineers, age 23, died 7 Oct. 1939, son of Alfred and Sarah.
- William OSBOURNE, corp., Royal Army Ord. Corps, died 13 Sept. 1944, husband of Francis.
- Bertram PLUMMER, priv., 11th Btln. Suffolk Regt., age 20, died 27 May 1918, son of Joseph and Ellen.