Wickhambrook church clock

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Reference WMO256279

Address:

All Saints Church

Church Road

Wickhambrook

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Other
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: The church clock was unveiled on 3rd April 1946. Made by Gillett & Johnston. Inside the church is the associated hand written scroll in a glazed frame with the names of the fallen of both wars.
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The Tower Clock // is erected by the Inhabitants // tot he Glory of God // and in Thanksgiving for Peace and in // grateful memory of all who made the // Supreme Sacrifice during the // 1914-1918 Wars 1939-1945 // 1914-1918 //(names) // 1939-1945 // (names) // Greater love hath no man than this,. that a // man lay down his life for his friends // St.John 15:13

in two columns - WW1 left - William Allcock // Joseph Byford // Jack Chapman // Harry A.Cook // William Cook // Ernest Cutts // Arthur Eagle // Adolphus Edgeley // William Haygreen // William Hurst (right col) George King // Peter King // Reginald Marrow // Stanley Murkin // Charles Peacock // Thomas Pettitt // Harry Stiff // Cyril Walladge // William Wells // Charles Wright. (WW2 left col) Claud Allcock // Henry Cecil // John Haygreen (right col) John Holden // Hugh Macartney // Victor Mortlock

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