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St Giles's Church



B49 6EA


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Raised
About the memorial: A copper plaque with raised lettering. There are no names but there is an adjacent Roll of Honour with 33 names, 4 of which are marked with a red cross who presumably died.
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1914 – 1918 In gratitude to those connected with this Parish who served their Country in the Great War and in memory to those who fell their names are on the Roll of Honour.

Roll of Honour of those connected with this Parish of Exhall who served their Country in the war which began 4th Aug, 1914. Ralph Alcock +, Frederick Batchelor +, George H Bennett, Cyril T Bennett, William P Bennett, William H Betteridge, Albert C Betteridge, Raymond A Beteridge, Thomas Betteridge, Arthur G W Blakeman, Edgar Blakeman, Frank Blakeman, Percy E Blakeman, Josiah A Burford, Albert J Davis, Herbert A Davis, Percy Owen +, George Fletcher, Archie D Hall, Frederick A Hill, James Hubbard, Thomas Hubbard, William Hubbard, Charles W Loxley, Francis J Loxley, Frederick Ludlow, Rowland Matthews, Frank Randall, William Reeves, Charles Reeves, Wilfred J Sheard, Leonard T Wiseman, Percy Knight +. The Armistice was signed 11am. 11th Nov. 1918. (Presumably those marked with a cross died).

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