Like Leatherhead, six men from Limpsfield Chart are recorded on the roll. This includes three Tidy brothers, and two Firmager brothers.
- Private Edward Ernest Tidy — 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment).
- Driver Henry Frederick Hylton Tidy — Kent Fortress Company, Royal Engineers.
- Private Percival Charles Tidy — 5th Battalion, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment). [The regimental number recorded on his medal index card suggests he may have been serving with 4th Battalion towards the end of the war.]
- Sapper Thomas Firmager — 2/1st Sussex Fortress Company, 525th (2nd London) Field Company, No 3 Company 2nd Reserve Battalion, Royal Engineers; 4th Battalion, Tank Corps.
- Gunner Arthur Firmager — Royal Garrison Artillery.
- Private Charles William Clinch — Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment; Labour Corps. [Only Queen’s service mentioned on original medal index card.]
There was a fourth Tidy brother who served (and it appears another Firmager), Leonard Arthur Tidy, and while it appears he was not a ringer at the time of the First World War, current Surrey Association member Michael Uphill remembers him as a ringer later in the 20th century. So to reflect this:
- Gunner Leonard Arthur Tidy — Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery.
It seems Serjeant Sidney Arthur Wright, Scots Guards, may also have rung here in his teenage years, visiting from Westerham, Kent.