United Reformed Church Memorial

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Address:

United Reformed Church

Chapel Street

Thornbury

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:
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Memorial is on the wall to the right of the pulpit
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This tablet was erected in loving and grateful memory of those connected with the Church and Sunday Schools here and at Crossways who gave their lives for their Country in The Great War 1914-1918 [Names] "He will swallow up death in Victory" Isaiah XXV.8

Secd. Air Mech. Reginald W. Butt. R.F.C. Capt. Smart Cullimore. S.Wales Borderers. Pte. Frank Driscoll. 8th Gloucesters. Pte. Evelyn Gill. 1-4th Gloucesters. Pte Thomas Godwin. King's Liverpools. Pte. Frederick Hurn. 1-4th Gloucesters. Lieut. Claude W. Higgins 10th N.Staffords. Pte. Sidney Jefferies. 7th Gloucesters. Pte. George E. Lambert. 1-6th R.Warwicks. Pte. Ernest R. Long. 1st Gloucesters. Pte. Sidney Long. York's and Lanc's. Riflen. William Long. King's R.Rifles. Pte. Albert E Mahagan. 1st Gloucesters. Leadg. Seaman George Neale. H.M.S.Monmouth. Pte. Gilbert Pritchard. 2nd Gloucesters. Gunr. Herbert H. Rugman. R.F.Artillery. Leadg. Stoker John Ryan. H.M.S.Monmouth Corpl. George A. Smith. 15th R.Warwicks. Lce. Corpl. W. Gayner Smith. Sth. African Infantry. Capt. Fredk. C. Smith. 371st Infantry. U.S.A. Pte. Francis J Williams. Motor Transport A.S.C

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