St Marys Church, Horsell

Place your cursor over the image to see the names of the casualties inscribed on the memorial.

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If you have any information, including documents or photographs, relating to someone mentioned on the memorials, or the memorials themselves, Surrey History Centre would very much like to hear from you. A Flickr site has been set up where anyone can post their own pictures of the cemetery and the people buried there.

Click here to visit Flickr

Click here to see more information on the war memorial at St Marys.

Click here to see an early twentieth century photograph of Horsell Church.Horsell Church and nearby features are included in the county’s Historic Environment Record (HER), click the following links to see more information, including a location map:

HER 1822 – St Marys Church.

HER 4987 – Pit and 13/14th century pottery sherd, The Vicarage.

HER 13358 – Church of St Mary the Virgin.

HER 13476 – Roake Tomb 1 Yard North of North Wall of St Mary’s Church.

HER 13487 – Roake Tomb 2 Feet South of South Aisle of St Mary’s Church.

Click here for more information on Horsell village.

Click here for more information about Woking Borough.

Click here to read more about Surrey’s military history.

Click here to see the research guide (pdf) “Tracing military records at Surrey History Centre“.

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