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The Stories behind the names:

There are 27 names on the Bridge Street War Memorial recording local men who died during the Second World War. The original research into the stories behind the names was carried out by Mr Richard Amphlett. (There is a separate section covering the 1st World War Memorials, originally researched by Martin "Mac" McIntyre).

- W/O J F Alexander

- W/O W T Alsbury

- Pte D Amor

- Pte R W Cook

- L/Cpl E J Cottrell

- Pte R A Crook

- Pte R R Dixon

- Pte W G Edwards

- Sgt V W Evans

- Marine R M Gibbs

- Sgt J Henderson

- L/Cpl V M J Huntley

- Pte F H Liddiard

- Sgt C E Mayne

- Grdsmn G McKeand

- F/Sgt A R Morgan

- Pte A R North

- Marine A C Pike

- A/B T Pike

- Capt P H Pinckney

- P/O F W Rogers

- Pte F H C Rosier

- L/Cpl L A Shears

- A/B L G Street

- Pte F H J Tucker

- Stoker D M Vyall

- Pte A D Walter

Additional names on the Primary School Memorial for Second World War:

- F/O E G Bell

- Sgt J Chandler

- F/Lt D J C Pinckney DFC

- A/B S C Pinnock

- Sigmn H C Wright

Additional name on NatWest Bank Memorial:

- Sigmn R C Davey

See also:

- War Memorial Dedication Service

- Hungerford War Memorial Charity indenture

- Church House War Memorial

- First World War

- Second World War

- Reports of War Wounded

- War Memorials of West Berkshire website

- "Hungerford War Memorial 1939-1945" by Richard Amphlett [HHA Archive N29 & S25]

- The National Inventory of War Memorials (Hungerford area) - Pamela Lucas and HHA members [HHA Archive N105 & Y105]