On the North wall of the church.
Brass Plaque 300mm x 120mm

Memorial to Lt Col AW and Capt AR Abercrombie
To the glory of God and in memory of
Alexander William Abercrombie. Lt Col
The Connaught Rangers who died a
prisoner in Germany Nov 5th 1915 & of
his son Alexander Ralph Abercrombie
DSO MC Captain, The Queens
Regiment who died of wounds Dec 31st 1918

Further Information
Lieut. Col. Alexander William Abercrombie
The son of Alexander Abercrombie of the Bengal Civil Service and Mrs. Abercrombie of 34 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London, he was born 6 June 1865. Attended Haileybury School, Hertfordshire 1872-1882. Husband of Ethel Emma Abercrombie, of Crescent Lodge, Queen's Crescent, Southsea, Portsmouth. Commissioned into the Yorkshire Light Infantry on 9 May 1885 and saw service with the regiment in Burma in 1886-7 where he was mentioned in despatches. Promoted to Captain in the Connaught Rangers in December 1892 and posted to 2nd Bn. Went to France in command of the 2nd Bn in August 1914. Taken POW some two weeks later. Taken to Torgeau where he remained for three months. In December 1914 he was moved to Magdeburg where he died on 5 Nov 1915. Buried Berlin South-Western Cemetery, Brandenburg, Germany, Grave or Reference Panel Number: IX. A. 7.
Captain Alexander Ralph Abercrombie DSO MC
He was born 14 October 1896. Son of the late Lt. Col. Alexander William Abercrombie and Mrs. Ethel Emma Abercrombie, of Crescent Lodge, Queen's Crescent, Southsea. DSO awarded 15. 4. 1916 for the Hohenzollern Redoubt DSO. Citation :- "for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. After an assault he found himself with one man only in the hostile saphead. Lieutenant Abercrombie sent this man back for support, and bombed, meanwhile along the sap. When his supply of bombs was exhausted he fell back and with rifle fire held the sap for 3 hours single-handed. He has done most excellent work." MC for gallantry at Hill 60; Mentioned in Despatches. Captain The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment.) Died of wounds on Tuesday 31 December 1918. Age 22. Buried: GUILDFORD (STOKE) OLD CEMETERY Surrey, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: E. 399.