Kingstown, Saint George, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent World War I Monument
To the Glory of God
and in memory of
the sons of Saint Vincent
who gave their lives
for King and Country
in the Great War
1914 – 1918
Roll of Honour
Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers
and Men who were killed in action
or who died from wounds inflicted
accident occurring or disease
contracted while on active service
during the Great War
Cap. S. Snagg ∙ Lt. J. H. Browne ∙ Lt. L. Gresham ∙ Lt. R. M. Hughes ∙ Lt. C. D. Proudfoot ∙2nd Lt. W.B.W. Durrant ∙ 2nd Lt. H. Lewis ∙ 2nd Lt. S.E. Hadley ∙ Sgt. W. Hazell ∙ L/Corp. A.C.R. Jackson ∙ Pte. T. Alexander ∙ Pte. A. Ashton ∙ Pte. C. Austin ∙ Pte. B. Ballantine ∙ Pte. L. Baptiste ∙ Pte. H. Boyd ∙ Pte. B. Browne ∙ Pte. B. Browne ∙ Pte. J. Browne ∙ Pte. R. Browne ∙ Pte. T. Cato ∙ Pte. S. Charles ∙ Pte. T. Charles ∙ Pte. W. Charles ∙ Pte. C. Clarke ∙ Pte. C. Cyrus ∙ Pte. C. Doyle ∙ Pte. A. Durrant ∙ Pte. N. Edwards ∙ Pte. C. Gabriel ∙ Pte. D. Gabriel ∙ Pte. G. Gill ∙ Pte. A.H. Hadley ∙ Pte. C. Hall ∙ Pte. M. Hercules ∙ Pte. A. Jack ∙
Additional marker on reverse
In the Second World War 1939-1945 these men also made the supreme sacrifice
Lennard Ashton ∙ C. Chambers ∙ Owen Corner ∙ Evel Fernandez
Location. 13° 9.27′ N, 61° 13.559′ W. Marker is in Kingstown, Saint George. Marker is on Bay Street. Touch for map. The monument is in front of the New Central Market.
Other nearby markers. At least 5 other markers are within 18 kilometers of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Kingstown Old Public Library (approx. 0.4 kilometers away); Fort Charlotte (approx. 1.6 kilometers away); King Jugbo-Jugbo Fem (approx. 1.7 kilometers away); Welcome to Fort Charlotte Byera Tunnel (approx. 16.3 kilometers away in Charlotte).
Categories. • War, World I • War, World II •
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