Haverhill Congregational church

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Reference WMO255627

Address:

Withersfield Road

Haverhill

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 Metal (any)
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A stone plaque in the church in memory of the parishioners who fell in WW1. Also in the church hall, on the right hand wall are ten individual metal plaques for members of the Haverhill & District Sunday School Union. They are in the form of a wreath inside which are painted the details of the individual. Some plaque have the regimental badge fixed between H.D and S.S.U. at the top
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The stone plaque:- IN EVER LOVING AND GRATEFUL MEMORY / OF THE MEN OF THIS CHURCH WHO LAID DOWN / THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1919 / (names in 3 columns) / "THE SPIRIT OF MAN IS THE CANDLE OF THE LORD".The individual plaques have inscribed inside the wreath H.D.S.S.U. / IN MEMORY OF / (the name, circumstance of death and place and date of death)

Stone plaque, in three columns- left col: PERCY AMEY / HARRY BACKLER / CONRAD BACON / WILLIAM BARBER / PERCY BOYDEN / WILLIAM A.BRAY / CLIFFORD BROWN / JOHN BROWN / REGINALD BURTON / ALBERT G CLAYDON / ARTHUR FARRANT (centre col.) ARTHUR R.FARRANT / STANLEY FARRANT / BERTIE FIFIELD / HARRY FORD / DANIEL FREEMAN / WILLIAM J.JARRALD / ALBERT JENNINGS / IVOR S.JONES / MERFYN S JONES / CLIFFORD LAZELL / JAMES MAYES (rt col) PETER MEAD / GEORGE NUNN / VERNER RADFORD / THOMAS RICHARDSON / HARRY RISING / CLIFFORD SIZER / ERNEST SIZER / ALBERT WILLIS / THOMAS WRIGHT.(wreath 1) PERCY AMEY / DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE / EGYPT/ OCT 12TH / 1915 (wreath 2) PERCY BOYDEN / REPORTED MISSING / FRANCE / JUNE16TH / 1917 (wreath 3) CLIFF BROWN / REPORTED MISSING / FRANCEE / APRIL 28TH / 1917 (wreath 4) REGINALD BURTON / ACCIDENTALLY / KILLED / SPET 29TH / 1915 (wreath 5) JAMES MAYES / DIE DO WOUNDS / FRANCE / OCT 7TH / 1916 (wreath 6) GEORGE NUNN / DIED OF WOUNDS / FRANCE / APRIL 27TH / 1917 (wreath 7) HARRY RISING / KILLED IN ACTION / FRANCE / SEP 16TH / 1916 (wreath 8) IVOR SALUSBURY-JONES / DIED OF WOUNDS / FRANCE / SEPT 21ST / 1916 (wreath 9) MERFYN SALUSBURY-JONES / KILLED IN ACTION / FRANCE / AUG 11TH / 1918 (wreath 10 ) THOMAS WRIGHT / DROWNED ON HOSPITAL / SHIP "GLENART CASTLE" / BRISTOL CHANNEL / FEB 26TH / 1918

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