ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH- WW1
St Michael's Church
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Grants to support the repair and conservation of war memorials are available from the charity War Memorials Trust if it has raised funds. Support is focused on war memorials in Very bad or Poor condition or where there is a serious Concern.
Before applying for a grant you should read the advice available on War Memorials Trust`s website. The What we can and cannot fund helpsheet explains what types of work the charity can fund.
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The Pre-application enquiry form is a series of questions to see if your project is eligible. If it is, you will need to provide further details and submit current colour photographs of the war memorial in either a png, gif, jpg or jpeg format.
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Adcock, William Alfred Andrews, Sidney Annison, Albert George William (‘Bertie’) Ansell, George Apling, (Edward) James Armer, Albert Edward Ash, Charles William Ball, Richard Beaver, Joseph James Berridge, Frederick Arthur Bewley, Benjamin Bewley, Frederick Boddy, George Bower, Herbert William Brown, George Brown, William Camfield, Henry James Carnell, Edward Carnell, William Carroll, Walter John Carter, Edward Casey, Robert Charles Chaney, Frank Childs, Percival John (‘Percy’) [born Healey?] Clark, William Cooper, William Thomas Corbett, Alfred James Corbey, (Bertie) Alfred Cowley, Walter Charles Cozens, Charles Edward Cross, William Culver, (John) Thomas Eames, Frederick (Harold?) Ellner, William Thomas Evans, George William Finn, Arthur Edwin Flawith, Ronald Arthur Fordham, Arthur Freail, Frederick Charles L. Freemantle, (Stanley?) Edward Gibson, John Grant, Charles Daniel Groves, Frank (William) Gudgeon, Frederick William (or William Frederick) Hall, Horace Hannard, (Ulysse) Albert Bert Harley, Henry Robert Harris, Walter Harris, William Hersant, Richard Joseph Hersant, Stanley James Hovell, Albert Howes, Frederick John Hurlock, William Henry James, Frederick Jennings, (Alfred) Reginald Johnson, Harry Jones, John Kalthoeber, Alfred John Lee, John Manley, Alfred Mark Mansbridge, (Charles) William Masters, John Mathews, Alfred Felton Matthew, Gerard Mayer [or Maior, Maier], (William) Henry Munroe/Munro, Albert Neate, George Nicholls, Herbert Penny, Edward Perkins, Charles Samuel Peterson, Sidney Plumb, Herbert (‘Bert’ or ‘Bertie’) Pyke, George Pywell, Frederick William Rayson, Thomas (Gurling) Rayson, (Thomas) Victor Reynolds, George Ricketts, Frederick Roberts, Albert Thomas Rowat, (Albert) William Sexton, George Shand, Harold Frederick Slade, Alfred Victor George Smith, John Spriggs, Robert Ernest Squires, Alfred Strutt, George Alfred Sturgess, Henry (‘Harry’) Thorogood, Edward Linford Thorogood, Frederick William Truman, Henry John Newton Tuttle, William Edward Vogel, George Henry Wadhams, Percy/Woodhams, Percival Welsh/Welch, Thomas West, Henry (F? J?) Wharfe, Henry Cecil Williams, Frederick Wythe, (Albert George) Basil Second World War Casualties Bangs, Arthur Victor Alfred Garbutt, Edward (‘Ted’) Harvey Brearley
Grade II (England)
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