St. Mary's Church

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Reference WMO255611

Address:

Hall Road

Great Bradley

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Other
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Inside St.Mary's church, Great Bradley, just inside the main entrance, is a wall mounted roll of honour. A glazed wooden frame topped with a Latin cross holds an illuminated roll of honour. A depiction of St George defeating the dragon is flanked by the crossed Union Jack & English Cross of St George on the left and an anchor on the right. At the top of the list,in gold, are the names of the four men who failed to return- 2nd Lieut RCP Wilder, Private W.Hurrell, Private J.W.Marsh and Private R.Webb.
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ST.MARY'S CHURCH GREAT BRADLEY / 1814 ROLL OF HONOUR 1918 / (two columns of names) / THANKS BE TO GOD WHICH GIVETH US THE / VICTORY THROUFGH OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

2nd Lieut.R.P.C.Wilder - Private W Hurrell / Private J.W.Marsh - Private R.Webb / (below these the names of those who served (38) Harry Balls, Harry Pearson, William Chapman, Lewis Peachey, Frank Felton, William Peachey, George Flatt, Jack Piper, Joseph Finch, Arthur Purkis, Arthur Goode, Arthur Smith, John Kemp, Clement Smith, Briggs Mackean, George Smith, William J.Martin, Percy Smith, George Martin, Reginald Swan, Alfred Mills, George Turner, Charles Mills, Albert Webb, George Mills, Christopher Webb, William Mills, Bernard L.Wilder, George Pearson, William O.Woodward, Frederick Carter, Alec Sadler

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