St Paul's Church Memorial

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Reference WMO208194

Address:

St Paul's Church

Long Lane

London Borough of Barnet

Finchley

London

N3 2PU

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Unknown
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Large marble paque. Within St Paul’s there are two World War 1 memorials – one that was installed in St Paul’s in 1920, commemorating 93 residents of Finchley, and one that was originally installed in St Luke’s Finchley in Mountfield Road, commemorating 64 people, which was placed in St Paul’s in 1985 when St Luke’s closed
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To the glory of god and to the memory of the men of this parish who gave their live for their country in the war of 1914-1919

Adams, Leslie Andrews, John Annis, Albert Bacon, Charles Baggs, Henry Barker, Thomas Batchelor, Daniel Beningfield, John Beningfield, Maurice Blareau, Joseph Bowman, Charles Brinn, Felix Broad, Arnold Brooks, Ernest Brooks, Howard Broom, William Brown, Angus Carne, Maxwell Chalkley, Denis Churchman, Aylmer Clark, Reginald Cooper, F Cope, Walter Cornish, George Crane, Lucius Cripps, Charles Dann, William Disbrey, Thomas Edwards, Robert Firth, Charles Fox, Hector Froome, Sidney Gill, Frank Goodyear, Frederick Goodyear, Frederick George Gray, Leonard Grimsdell, Gerald Grimsdell, Reginald Guest, John Hadland, Frank Hammond, Ernest Harben, Kenneth Holden, Harry Irons, George James, Albert Kavanagh, Alexander Kingham, Leslie Laing, C Lake, Sidney Larbey, Charles Lawrence, William Legg, Sydney Lovegrove, Arthur Macintosh, William Mansford, Leonard Manson, Magnus Millar, John Mills, Cecil Mosley, George Mutter, George Naylor, James Newman, Cyril Nunn, Ernest Pattison, Walter Philbey, Arthur Rich, William Roberts, W Rogers, Frank Sharpe, James Small, Edward Smart, George Smith, Frank Smith, Frederick Smith, Herbert Spong, Robert Spooner, Henry Steele, James Stevens, Donald Stiles, Cyril Stiles, Percy Tabernacle, Harold Tayler, Richard Taylor, Thomas Thurlby, Horace Tout, Arthur Truman, Guy Vardy, Albert Viney, William Wallis, Alleyne West, Frederick Wilkinson, Alexander Woodley, Edward Woodward, Ernest Wrong, Colin

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