Little Burstead War Memorial

This Memorial sits on a triangular island at the junction of Clock House Road, Rectory Road and Laindon Common Road at the Western end of the village.

The Little Burstead War Memorial was unveiled on Saturday 18th June 1921 by Major Bowden DSO, Commandant of the Essex Regiment depot at Warley, and the Rev. Leonard Payne conducted the dedication service.

All the men from the First World War commemorated on this memorial with the exception of Gunner George Coe and Stoker Thomas Ripper are also commemorated on the Billericay Memorial.

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The Men remembered are:

World War One

Gnr. George Coe

2 Lt. Robert Harold Jervis Johnson

Pte.  William Jarvis

Cpl. William John Laver

Pte. Arthur Henry Laver

Pte. Frederick John Pease

Stoker Thomas William Ripper

Pte, John Spencer Richardson

World War Two

2Lt. George Anthony Cripps

2Lt. Percival Edey Cripps

L/S Rupert Henry Evans

Cpt. Jim Marcham M.B.E.

Flt. Sgt. Robert Ernest Pugh

Sgt. Charles Corbett Stevens

Sapper Frederick Wade

Sgt. John Sidney Wall

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