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Compiled and Copyright © Lynda Smith 2003

The church of Barningham Winter is situated within the grounds of Barningham Hall, Norfolk. Parts of the church are in ruins. Inside the church is a framed hand-written record of all those who served including Rank and Regiment. One soldier, Frank Dack, is reported to have been killed in action.

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There is also a reredos and plaque.

Lt. Col. Charles Edward Radclyffe DSO
Rifle Brigade
Who was reported wounded and missing on
September 26th 1915
While commanding 11th Battalion, Essex Regiment
At the Battle of Loos.
Born Dec 24th 1864.

BAXTER A H Able Seaman. Prince George
GROUT J H L/Cpl 6th Norfolks
PAINTER E L Pte 5th Norfolks
ROPER W G Sgt. 9th Norfolks
STRONG G Pte 5th Norfolks
STRONG V Cpl 1st Norfolks
STRONG A Pte 5th Norfolks
STROUD E Pte. East Lancs
STROUD F Pte. Army Service Corps
COOPER G Pte 10th Norfolks
COLMAN R W Pte 10th Norfolks
CRASKE E H Pte 2nd Norfolks
DACK Frank

Trooper 613, 10th, Australian Light Horse. Killed in action Sunday 29 August 1915. Age 26. Son of William George and Martha Jane Dack, of 16, Sharrington, Melton Constable. Commemorated: LONE PINE MEMORIAL, Turkey. Column 10. Frank Dack attended Gresham School, Norfolk and went to Australia when he was 22. He lived in Narrogin, Western Australia where he was a Bushman. See

BIRD George Pte Royal Norfolk Yeomanry
AMIES E Pte 5th Norfolks
ROUSE D J Pte Army Service Corps

31 May 2003

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