St Peter's church, Minsterworth, Rolls of Honour WW1 & WW11

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Reference WMO259267


St Peter's Church

Church Lane


Gl2 8JJ


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Other
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Group of 3 Rolls of Honour WW1 Framed Roll of Honour (those who served) Main inscription written across three illustrated scrolls at top of Roll, in red lettering. Names are listed in three columns in the centre of the Roll, with a detailed border of oak leaves and acorns, incorporating five shields Framed Roll of Honour. (Conflict not specified but must be WW1) Inscription in black lettering with a border of illustrated oak leaves. Names listed in one central column W11 Framed Roll of Honour. There is an illustration at the top with three crosses and the empty tomb. Daffodils flank a single central column with the names. Four crosses are illustrated under the names. Poppies are illustrated in the lower edge border.
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WW1 Pray for those who have/ gone from this parish to/ serve our King and Country/ by land and sea and air./ Our Roll of Honour/ (Names)/ Prisoners and missing (Names)/ Sister nursing at the front (Name)/ Those who have fallen in/ the service of their country/ "Lord all pitying Jesu blest/ Grant them Thine eternal rest" This is a list of those who served and the dead are noted with a cross Not specified ROLL/ OF HONOUR/ FOR THE DEAD/ REMEMBER TO PRAY FOR THE SOULS OF OUR CHRISTIAN/ BROTHERS WHO HAVE LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES/ FOR THEIR COUNTRY/ "THE SOULS OF THE RIGHTEOUS ARE IN THE HAND OF GOD."/ "Though the righteous be prevented with death/ yet shall he be in rest. For honourable age is not/ that which standeth in length of time, or that is/ measured by number of years."/ "He being made perfect in a short time fulfilled a long/ time." Wisdom IV.7. and 13/ (Names) WW11 In sacred memory/of/the following men from Minsterworth/who served in H M Forces and/gave their lives/in the war of 1939-45 These were his servants, in his steps they trod/following through death the martyr’d Son of God/victor he rose, victorious too shall rise/they who have drunk his cup of sacrifice/Amen

WW1 Artus Joseph/Bartlett Robert Nigel Oldfield/Bartlett? /Bartlett?/Bennett George/Boyce Frederick/Boyce Sidney/Brasington Albert/Brasington Percy/Clark Edward/Collins Williams/Croom-Johnson/Deavin Walter/Fellden Richard/Green Fredk/Greening Harry/Greening Herbert/Greening Thomas/Harvey Eric/Harvey Eric/Harvey Fitzroy/Harvey Fredk Wm/Harvey Fredk Wm/Hawkins Harry/Heaven Albert/Humphreys George/Hurcombe Ernest/Leach Daniel/Leach James Walter/Leach William/Macey Claude/Macey Gordon/Macey Percy/Macey Victor/Maile James//Mayo Cyril/Mayo Frank/Mayo Stanley/Meadows William/Messenger Charles/Messenger Victor/Mogg William/Norris Charles/Price Arthur Thomas/Price James/Prosser Jack/Pugh Albert John/Reid Phillip Henry Steward/Roberts Albert H/Roberts Fredk William/Roberts George/Roberts Harold/Roberts Harry/Roberts Herbert/Roberts John/Russell George/Russell Henry/Selwyn Howard/Selwyn Leonard/Stewart William Thomas/Taylor Ferraby/Taylor Oscar Leonard/Vernon George/Watson-Munro Norman/Webb C Thomas/Webb Edward Chas/Webb Edward George/Webb George/Webb Percy Edgar/Webb William/Weir A Graham/Wilcox Frank H Unspecified but is WW1 list of those who died Howard Selwyn/Robert Nigel Oldfield Bartlett/Claud Macey/ Eric Howard Harvey/Leonard Frank Mayo WW11 David John East/Guy Selwyn/Howard Selwyn/Wm Thomas Selwyn

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