Halstead WWI Memorial Chapel
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Unclear where below is from-TO THE DEAR MEMORY OF EDMUND DEACON, [LIEUT] COLONEL. ESSEX YEOMANRY. FORMERLY OF THE 1ST KING DRAGOON GUARDS WHO FELL IN THE SECOND BATTLE OF YPRES MAY 13TH 1915. - not visible from photographs but is correct rank. Below is part of a stained glass window- Remember, O Lord, thy servant/ Allen Perry Adams, who fell in battle/ for King and country on March 6th 1919 Below is from the memorial panel- HALLOWED IN CHRIST BE THE MEMORY OF ALL THOSE WHO/ GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR FOR THE FREEDOM/ OF THE WORLD THEY SHALL YET STAND BEFORE THE THRONE/ OF GOD AN EXCEEDING GREAT ARMY AND IN THAT LAST MUSTER/ MAY THERE BE FOUND OUR OWN BELOVED HERE COMMEMORATED/ 1914/ J. COOK/ A. POTTER/ P.J. RAYNER/ 1915/ J. ANGEL/ F. CLIFT/ W. COE/ G. COX/ E. DEACON/ A. L. N. DEBENHAM/ A. DISS/ R. W. MANTHORP/ E.C. MANSKELL/ J. MILLER/ R.W. MILLER/ E. J. MORTIMER/ L. D. SEWELL/ R. P. SMITH/ E.W.L. SUDBURY/ W.E. SURREY/ C.W. SYCAMORE/ 1916/ L. BAILEY/ C.W. CULLINGFORD/ H.C. GILBERT/ C.E. KIBBLE/ H.H. NEWTON/ P. SMITH/ S. SMITH/ T. TAYLOR/ 1917/ J.P. BEADLE/ L. BRAGG/ B.J. CLARKE/ E.H. CLEMENTS/ E.E. COOK/ C.P. CULLINGFORD/ L. HUMPHREY/ H.J. IVES/ C.H.W KEYMER/ A. LAURENCE/ E.A. NEWTON/ C. PUDNEY/ C.H. SARGENT/ H.R. SPURGEON/ E.W. SUDBURY/ H.L. SUDBURY/ F. TYLER/ A. VITLER/ H.J. WILLSMER/ 1918/ J. ARMRIDING/ E. BOREHAM/ S.A. BRAGG/ E.G. COE/ P.W. COOK/ W.C. DEAL/ S.A. DISS/ B.J. ELLIS/ G.A. HARPINGTON/ E. JEFFREY/ C. C. PARKER/ C. W. PAVELY/ G. PUDNEY/ M.H. SARGENT/ A.E. SLAUGHTER/ A.B. SMITH/ E. SMITH/ C.P. SPRINGETT/ H.J. THURSTON/ M. WICKER/ 1919/ A.P. ADAMS/ E.J. PARMENTER/ C.W. TURP
EDMUND DEACON, J. COOK, A. POTTER, P.J. RAYNER, J. ANGEL, F. CLIFT, W. COE, G. COX, E. DEACON, A. L. N. DEBENHAM, A. DISS, R. W. MANTHORP, E.C. MANSKELL, J. MILLER, R.W. MILLER, E. J. MORTIMER, L. D. SEWELL, R. P. SMITH, E.W.L. SUDBURY, W.E. SURREY, C.W. SYCAMORE, L. BAILEY, C.W. CULLINGFORD, H.C. GILBERT, C.E. KIBBLE, H.H. NEWTON, P. SMITH, S. SMITH, T. TAYLOR, J.P. BEADLE, L. BRAGG, B.J. CLARKE, E.H. CLEMENTS, E.E. COOK, C.P. CULLINGFORD, L. HUMPHREY, H.J. IVES, C.H.W KEYMER, A. LAURENCE, E.A. NEWTON, C. PUDNEY, C.H. SARGENT, H.R. SPURGEON, E.W. SUDBURY, H.L. SUDBURY, F. TYLER, A. VITLER, H.J. WILLSMER, J. ARMRIDING, E. BOREHAM, S.A. BRAGG, E.G. COE, P.W. COOK, W.C. DEAL, S.A. DISS, B.J. ELLIS, G.A. HARPINGTON, E. JEFFREY, C. C. PARKER, C. W. PAVELY, G. PUDNEY, M.H. SARGENT, A.E. SLAUGHTER, A.B. SMITH, E. SMITH, C.P. SPRINGETT, J. THURSTON, M. WICKER, A.P. ADAMS, E.J. PARMENTER, W. TURP
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