"Local Heroes"

Carterton War Memorial

This entry is by kind permission of Carterton U3A (University of the Third Age)

The book researched by the Family History group is now complete and a printed copy is available at Carterton Library.

From 15 names – some with incorrect initials, we have traced 13 and written their stories. From the earliest settlers in Carterton to the present day, our research has taken us to all corners of the UK and Canada.

If you have any further information on any of these persons please email Maxime Crossland by clicking here or me by clicking here

Scroll to the bottom of this  page to see photos of  the old and thre new Memorial

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Abbreviations used

The Great War 1914 -1918     


R. A. Anderson           

T. Chamberlain            

J. Collard         

A. Gibson        

R. Gee 

P. A. Harris     

A. Rose           

C. White         

World War Two        

F. A. Connolly            

H. Smith          

J. W. Humphries         

I. M. Ross       

L.V.N. Trinder            

J.R. Banwell    

B. Watson       

Recents Confllicts      

D. "Baz" Barwood    


New Memorial



Old Memorial


These sites cover the ox18 area of Oxfordshire England, including  the following villages, OX18, Alvescot, Bampton, Black Bourton, Burford, Broadwell, Carterton, Clanfield, Kelmscott, Kencot, Langford, Lechlade, RAF Broadwell, Shilton, Parish Pump, Oxfordshire Events,