St. Luke's Church

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Reference WMO259380

Address:

Queen Mary's Military Hospital.

Calderstones Hospital.

Mitton Road,

Nr, Clitheroe

Whalley

BB7 9PE

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Carved oak memorial . Cross with wreath encircling centre of arms - inside a carving resembling a stained glass window. Two columns of 39 names - 20 + 19.
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PRO PATRIA / names / To the greater glory of GOD and in memory / of these and all who have died here through the/ great war . 1914-1919

Major. Foster. J. R.; Patterson. J.; Lt. Ransome. H. F. ; Manson. F. ; V.A.D.N.M. Flint. D.; Horne. J.; V.A.D.N.M. Guillemard. P.L.; Andrews. G.; C.S.M. Rathborne. M.J.; Clinton. J.; Sgt. Nixon. P.H. ; O'Donnell. J.T.; Johnson. J.S. ; Willis. G.J.; . Clelland J.P. ; Clayden. W.P. ; Frampton. P.E. ; Gibson. A.J.; Forgrave. R.J.; Hoyce. J.A.; L/Cpl Leyden. W. ; Alston. S.; Spr. Smith. A. ; Pollitt. J.; Carroll. C.P.; Morris. G. ; Walmsley. F. ; Armstrong. E.; Pnr. Hilton. W.F. ; Power. J. ; Gnr. Sweeney. F.T.M. ; McPhee . E.; Dvr. Stevens. E.; Corbey. W.B.; Duxbury. W. ; Kelley. J.; Wallis. F.G. ; Bullock. A.; A.B. Houndsham F.E.; (note- Noyce in place of Hoyce )

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