The war memorial is situated above the church doors, All Saints Church, Sudbury
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All Saints Church War Memorial, Sudbury

TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE SUDBURY MEN WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1919.
GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS JOHN XV-13 GRANT THEM O LORD PARDON & PEACE REST & LIGHT PERPETUAL

NAME / REGIMENT / PLACE / DATE

CPL. WILLM. J. COTTERILL. / 5TH. CONN. RANGERS. / ROUEN. / SEPT. 8TH. 1916.

CPL. GEORGE C. DUNSTAN. / 7TH. NORTH. STAFFS. / GALLIPOLI. / SEPT. 21ST. 1915.

PTE. WILFRED GREENSMITH. / LINCOLNSHIRE. REGT. / FRANCE. / OCT. 30TH. 1918.

CAPT. RUPERT H. GRETTON. / 8TH. BEDS. REGT. / YPRES. / DEC. 8TH. 1915.

PTE. ALBERT G. HACKNEY. / 12TH. K. O. S. BORDERERS. / CONDE. / APR. 22ND. 1918.

PTE. PERCY JOHN WEST. / 2/6. SHERD. FORESTERS. / HAVRICOURT. / APR. 27TH. 1917.

TPR. RICHARD H. WEST. / 1ST. LIFE. GUARDS. / ETAPLES. / MAY. 19TH. 1918.

CAPT. GEORGE VERNON. / DERBYS. YEOMANRY. / MALTA. / NOV. 10TH. 1915.

ALSO 1939 – 1945. CPL. CHARLES CAPEWELL 6TH NORTH STAFFS. NORMANDY. AUG. 8TH 1944.

Inside the church there is also a memorial plaque to William Walter Vernon of the Royal Engineers

Sources used:
Soldiers Died in the Great War CD-Rom
Soldiers Died in the Second World War 1939-1945 CD Rom - Naval & Military Press
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Ancestry
The First World War Campaign Medals DVD-Rom – Naval & Military Press

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