The Baptistry, St David's Haigh
The Parish Church of St David Haigh
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- Stone Sandstone
- Timber Oak
- First World War (1914-1918)
First plaque: To the Glory of God - and in loving memory of - Charles Edward James, Corporal 13th Middlesex Regt. - who was killed in action in France on September 28th 1915 aged 31 years Francis Arthur James, MA Camb: Captain 5th Manchester Regt. TF - who died of wounds in Gallipoli on Sept. 18th 1915 aged 29 years George Sydney James, Lieut. 5th Manchester Regt. TF - who was killed in action in Gallipoli on June 4th 1915 aged 22 years - Sons of the Vicar of this Parish. The Adornment of this Bapistry is dedicated by their parents - They loved not their lives unto the death Second plaque: To the names on the - tablet opposite is added - Henry James, - Sergeant, 13th Middlesex Regt.. - Third and last surviving son - of the Vicar of this Parish. - Reported missing, but known to - have been killed in action on - August 18th 1916. Aged 28 years.