|Ayot St Peter Church, Hertfordshire|
The memorial resembles an Eleanor Cross  with shields on each face. It is placed in the churchyard of St Peter's Church .
To the glory of God
and in honour of the men
of this parish who fell in the
Great War 1914 - 1919
Comr George D. Jephson. R.N.
Sergt William Welsh. R.A.F.
Corpl Ernest G Fitt Beds Regt.
L. Cpl R. J. Harwood. Herts. Regt.
L. Cpl H. W. Philpotts. London Regt.
L. Cpl I. Wigmore. Royal Scots
L. Cpl P. J. Gaylor London Scottish
Pte Alick L Baker. Lancs RTC
Pte S. G. Butterfield. Royal Fvsrs
Pte George Day. Royal Fvsrs
Pte G Draper. London Rifles
Pte Samuel Draper. A.S.C.
Pte George A. Ellis. Essex Terrl
Pte John Ellis. Essex Regt
Pte Stacey Gamgee. Herts Regt
Pte J. G. Giddings. Berks Regt
Pte Alfred J. King Beds Regt
Pte Jesse Mardling Beds Regt
Pte Alfred Shepherd Herts Regt
Pte Cecil B. White Royal Fvsrs
Roll of Honour
There is also a handwritten roll of honour in the church comprising a list of names, presumably in order of death, handwritten by the then rector, Rev. Canon Henry Jephson M.A. (whose son was among those killed) . I was unable to access the roll to take a picture as the church was locked when I visited.
 The Eleanor crosses were a series of twelve lavishly decorated stone monuments topped with tall crosses of which three survive nearly intact in a line down part of the east of England. King Edward I had the crosses erected between 1291 and 1294 in memory of his wife Eleanor of Castile.
 IWM War Memorials (http://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/14625)
 IWM War Memorials (http://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/20020)