|St Nicholas, Hinxworth, Hertfordshire|
|Memorial Plaque to A J Barton, St. Nicholas Church,|
In memory of
A. J. Barton
3rd Batt. Grenadier guards
Killed in action 28th May 1940
|CWGC Headstone for private E D Street, St Nicholas Churchyard,|
E. D. Street
Royal Army Service Corps
4th August 1919
Whilst there are memorials in the church the main memorial at Hinxworth is a clock tower memorial which stands at the side of the High Street close to the village green and Market Square, and takes the form of a clock tower with two dials and three tablets inserted. The clock was bequeathed to the parish of Hinxworth by Major A Vincent Clutterbuck, Essex Regiment who died October 31st 1916.
The memorial was originally unveiled and dedicated on the 24th March 1920. Listed on the memorial are 12 names of those who died in World War 1 and one for World War 2. It cost £250 and the builder were Messrs. Bailey.
|Original inauguration plaque with added plaque above for World War 2 Dead|
A. J. Barton
This clock was bequeathed
to the parish of Hinxworth by
Major A Vincent Clutterbuck. Essex Reg.
Who died October 31. 1916.
World War 1 list of names A-D
In loving & grateful remembrance
who sacrificed their lives
in the great war 1914-1918
A. Vincent Clutterbuck. Essex Regt.
Walter Brooks. Beds Regt.
Frederick Bryant. M.M. R.H.A.
Frederick Dearmer. Royal West Kents
|World War 1 list of names E-Z|
G. Edward Garley. East Kent Regt.
William Harradine. 60th Labour Coy
Percy Morgan. Kings Royal Rifles
Frederick Stanton. R.H.A.
Charles Stanton. Beds Regt
Ernest Stanton. Herts Regt
Ernest Street, R.A.S.C. M.T.
George Waldock. Royal Fusiliers
The tower was subsequently restored in 1997. The restoration of the clocktower in 1997 was made possible by a generous donation from Major Robert Clutterbuck .
1997 was made
possible by a
 IWM Memorials Archive (http://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/3792)