Memorial Reredos

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Reference WMO258375


Holy Trinity Church

Church Road


PO35 5NA


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Status: Unknown
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Screen
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Falklands Conflict (1982)
  • Korean War (1950-1953)
About the memorial: A wooden reredos which appears to be free standing against the wall in a small area at the West end of the Church used partially as a storage area. It has three panels containing names from the war 1914 - 1919 that are incised and painted gold. There are two names, James Simonds and Andrew Swallow, added in the top right hand corner of the screen who lost their lives in Korea and the Falklands. A central brass plaque gives the details of the donation.
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To the Glory of God and In The memory of those who fell in the Great War 1914 - 1919. The Reredos was given to The Church by their relatives and friends and this screen was erected to bear the names of their comrades by Bembridge Ex-Service Men.

Arthur F Baker MM Thomas C Barlow Walter S Bastiani James F Boyce Charlie Butler Walter H Clarke Hugh D Collins Archibald C Denison James Douglas Dick Ivon H German MC Frank B Goodall Edward O C Goodall Edward Gordon Henry T Hammond H Stuart Hapgood George N F Hawkes Eric R Holbroook Harry P Holbrook Stanley W Jeffery Arthur Kemptons Fred Marks Norman C H Macdonald Moreton Owen T Musselwhitre Edwin L Newman Frank Parker Harry W Parker Ernest J Phillip David Pittis Alban W D Pittis Sydney Preston Albert Prior Gilbert Stirling Rupert R M Tabuteau John W Towers-Clark Victor E Tuffley DSO MC Francis F Warne Harry C Whiteleg Benjamin Wilmot Arthur J Woodford Charles H Woodford George L Woodford Frank Young James Simonds Andrew Swallow

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