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Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Memorial Locations -


East Cowes War Memorial
East Cowes War Memorial

 
Niton War Memorial
Niton War Memorial

 
Whippingham War Memorial
Whippingham War Memorial

The Memorials and Monuments on this site have been divided into a number of categories, and by geographical location, for ease of reference. These are:-
 
Isle of Wight Memorials County War Memorial
Towns and Villages, Churches and Chapels
Cemeteries and Churchyards
Civilian War Dead Index
Royal National Lifeboat Institution Service boards
I.W. Football Association Isle of Wight Memorial Cup
Memorials no longer in existence Great War Memorial Tanks
Newspaper reports and printed material East Wight Scouts
Memorial Service 12 January 1919
Isle of Wight County Press Employees
WW I Roll of Honour, published 1935
Hampshire and Isle Wight War Memorials at Winchester Cathedral Winchester Memorials
Islanders in the Mercantile Marine / Fishing Fleets / Merchant Navy who died in both World Wars Tower Hill Memorial, London
Islanders buried or commemorated at Gallipoli area of Turkey having died in the 1915 campaign Gallipoli Cemeteries and Memorials
Islanders buried or commemorated in the Ypres area of Belgium having died in the First World War Ypres Cemeteries and Memorials
a work in progress from July 2015
Islanders who belonged to Freemason's Lodges, with links to the Masonic Great War Project Masonic Great War Project Index
Islanders buried or commemorated in the Normandy area of France having died in the 1944 Operation Overlord (D-Day) Normandy Cemeteries and Memorials
Islanders who died in other major actions Significant Events Index


HELP WANTED :

Inevitably we have not been able to visit and photograph every memorial.

For a list of those we would like further information about, see Help wanted



 
Ventnor War Memorial
Ventnor War Memorial

 
Shanklin War Memorial
Shanklin War Memorial

 
Lake War Memorial
Lake War Memorial

 
Freshwater All Saints War Memorial
Freshwater All Saints & War Memorial


 
 

 
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