To find soldiers' names on any war memorials outside their assumed parish, search for "assumedparish" —
this may also return results from nearby places, even if the individual you're seeking isn't on their sometime home village's memorial.

Haig Poppy

Commonwealth War Graves Commission logo (which is a flaming oil lamp)

Great Eastern Railway coat-of-arms (featuring minatures of various coats-of-arms in the region)

image ©

ALDEBURGH      Aldringham Badingham Benhall Blaxhall
Boyton   Bruisyard Butley, Capel St Andrew and Wantisden Campsea Ashe
Chillesford   Cransford Darsham Dennington Dunwich
Eyke   Farnham FRAMLINGHAM Friston Gt Glemham
Hacheston   Hollesley and Shingle Street             Iken             "Kelsale with Carlton"
Knodishall-cum-Buxlow LEISTON-cum-Sizewell Marlesford
Middleton-cum-Fordley ORFORD Parham Peasenhall
Rendham   Rendlesham SAXMUNDHAM Saxtead Sibton
Snape    Sternfield Sudbourne Sutton Sweffling
Theberton   Tunstall with Dunningworth      Westleton Yoxford
    «Roll of Honour» main Suffolk page  
Snape War Memorial, 1914-1919 (in/outside the church, compared with «Roll of Honour»)
Snape War Memorial, 1939-1945 
Commonwealth War Graves Commission «Find War Dead» (WWI and WW2)
Liverpool Street Station, London: Great Eastern Railway Company (WWI)
In 1914, there were 700,000 railway workers, of whom more than 100,000 enlisted when war broke out.
During the Great War, 20,000 died. ©  Over 1,200 are listed on the War Memorial at Liverpool Street.
The shields shown on the GER coat of arms (left) represent (from top left) Middlesex, Maldon (Essex),
Ipswich, Norwich, Cambridge, Hertford, Northampton and Huntingdon, with the City of London at the hub.