Stibbard WW1 Roll of Honour

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Reference WMO213563

Address:

All Saints Church

Fulmodeston Road

Stibbard

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Materials:
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Within the church on the rear (west) wall of the nave.A framed and glazed illuminated Roll of Honour, commemorating those from the parish of Stibbard who served in WW1. The names are grouped by the year in which they enlisted, and then alphabetically by surname within each year, with first names added. Those who died are annotated with the letters 'R.I.P.' There are 17 names listed under 1914; 9 under 1915; 23 under 1916; 3 under 1917; and 2 under 1918: 54 in total.
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To the Glory of God/ and in honour of the men of this/ PARISH OF STIBBARD/ who faithfully served their King and Country in the GREAT WAR 1914-1919./ (Names)

1914/ John Abbs./ William Abbs./ George Ansell. R.I.P./ John Bird./ Fredk Goldsmith./ James Loads./ Ernest W. Lord. R.I.P./ Fredk C. Lord. R.I.P./ Percy Neale./ Frank Norgate./ Charles Nobes./ Arnold Philippo./ Bertie Tann./ Sidney Thompson./ Walter Thompson. R.I.P./ John Thompson. R.I.P./ Cyril Wade./ 1915./ Walter Bell./ William Bird./ Walter Buckenham./ Charles Bray./ Harry N. Evans. R.I.P./ Sidney Green./ Cecil Mitchell./ William Wright./ William Yaxley./ 1916./ Athur Abbs./ Herbert Buckenham./ Bertie Bunting./ Archie Baldwin./ John Crabbe./ William Crabbe./ Horace Eggleton. R.I.P./ Richard Fox./ William Green. R.I.P./ Herbert Holsey./ Walter Hutcherson./ Arthur Joice./ George Loads./ William Loads./ Charles Middleton./ Alex Neale./ Philip Nobes./ Michael Philippo./ James Symonds./ Frederick Tann. R.I.P./ Ernest Tann./ Frederick Thompson./ Anthony P. Frun. C.F. (Rector)./ 1917./ Albert Codling. R.I.P./ George Back./ Victor Jonas./ Arthur Thompson./ 1918./ Walter Thompson./ Herbert Voute.

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