All Saints Church 1914-1919 Chancel Screen

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Reference WMO222506

Address:

Bishop Latimer Church

Handsworth New Road

Winson Green

Birmingham

B18 4PT

England

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Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Bronze
Lettering: Raised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: This Chancel screen consists of 4 brass/bronze plaques. They were originally at All Saints Church Winson Green and moved to Bishop Latimer when the church closed and demolished in 1973.
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The Great War 1914-1919.This Chancel Screen Was Erected By Members of The Congregation Of This Church As A Memorial Of Those Who Worshiped Here Who Gave Their Lives In The Great War And Whos Names Are Recorded Hereon. The Cost Of The Center Portion Was Defrayed By Members Of The A.S.Y.A. In Honour Of Their Founder And Leader The Rev William H Kay Curate Of This Church Killed In Action April 5th 1918. In Sure And Certain Hope

Killed In Action A.S.Y.A Members Bennett Percy Pte Bunn Chas A Pte Bunn Walter Pte Grendon William J Pte Heath Thomas Pte Lambert Frederick Pte Maley Ernest E Pte Mullard William Pte Peplow William Pte Wharton Albert E Pte Members Of The Congregation Killed In Action Barrett George S Private Cross Harry Private Dawson George Gill Private Griffin Harold S Sec Lieut Henbury William Lce Corp Hundy William J Lce Corp Members Of The Congregation Killed In Action Kay Lawrence H Sec Lieut Masters Frederick Private Phipps Harold T Private Sefton James Sergeant Tongue CharlesE Private Toon Ernest A.B Seaman Wells Harold R Private

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