Gayhurst School

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Reference WMO/257676


Gayhurst Road


E8 3EN


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Brass plaque mounted on wood backing fixed to wall in top floor assembly hall
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1914 OG 1918 670 OLD BOYS (so far as is known) WENT FORTH TO THE GREAT WAR OF THIS NUMBER 66 (or more) GAVE THEIR LIVES. “Fighting they fell, and gladly gave their all So sanctified themselves by sacrifice.” (NAMES) Well done courageous hearts! The GOD of love Of Peace, enfold you in His tender arms And bid you enter now eternal rest” THIS MEMORIAL WAS ERECTED BY THOSE OG’S WHO RETURNED IN SAFETY AND OTHER GAYHURSTIANS AND FRIENDS. JULY. 1920.

Daniel Anderson Arthur Aplin Theodore Avery Cyril Beman William Bennet Allen Birkett Frederick Bowtle Albert Bradley Arthur Catanach Walter Cater Frederick Chadwick Charles Dunsford Emmanuel Efferson Charles Firman Thomas Ford Nelson Freeman Leonard Gamble William Games Charles Gilbert Walter Giles Harry Holding Leonard Honig Arthur Hutchinson Thomas Hubbard Victor Jordan Patrick Joyce Harry Kaile William Keen Charles Killingback John Kirkwood Albert Lester Charles Lown Frederick Margetts William Mason Albert Mead George Mills Arthur Moule Cecil Outtrim Walter Penn Walter Prince Lewis Pullen Wilfred Pullen George Rogers Arthur Rose William Sage Frank Salmon Alfred Shepherd William Sansom Richard Sarll Edward Scudamore Alwyne Shields William Shuter Harold Skitter Albert Slade George Slade Albert Tabreham Frank Taylor Leonard Taylor William Thomas Albert Tomkinson Frederick Vaughan Henry Walker Thomas Ward Sidney Webster Bertrand Whiter Frederick Woodhead

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