Credenhill War Memorial

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Reference WMO/259581


St Mary's Church of England Primary School

Station Road




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Status: Unknown
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Unknown
About the memorial: Wooden triptych set into a niche within a purpose-built wall. Dedicatory inscription below it on the shelf and tablet. Inscription on triptych in gold painted lettering Latin cross in the centre of the board. Total names on memorial: 75 Served and returned: 60 Died: 15
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CENTRE PANEL: FOR/ GOD, KING & COUNTRY/ GREATER LOVE HATH/ NO MAN THAN THIS/ (NAMES)/ OUR HEROIC DEAD LEFT AND RIGHT HAND SIDES: ROLL/ OF HONOUR/ (NAMES) TABLET: 1914 LEST WE FORGET 1918/ ERECTED BY/ E. M. E./ 1916 E.M.E are the initials of Edith Mary Ecroyd (1853-1943) a local resident that commissioned the buiding of the War Memorial in 1916.

Cox, Albert Griffiths, Gilbert Griffiths, John Jnr Griffiths, John Snr Hall, Reginald Holton, William Izzard, Herman Jones, Frederick Lucas, William Morgan, Roland Postings, Herbert Preece, Leonard Pulling, Henry Thornton, John Watkins, Thomas Full list from Credenhill and District: Benjamin BAYMAN Percy BATTEN Edward BEAUCHAMP Alphons BREMS Gustave BREMS Alfred CHANDLER Albert COX David CRICHTON James CUTHBERT DSOMC Albert DOWNS William DOWNS Joseph FREDERICK Arthur GOODWIN Henry GOODWIN Gilbert GRIFFITHS John GRIFFITHS SNR John GRIFFITHS JNR Gilbert HALL Reginald HALL Leonard HERBERT Herman IZZARDS Arthur HOLTON Thomas HOLTON William HOLTON Chrinton HOWARD Philip HUGGINS Frederick JONES Thomas JONES John JOSEPH MC Alfred LANE William LUCAS George MEADOWS Roland MORGAN Thomas MORGAN MC Albert MORRIS William MORRIS Charles PARKER Edgar PHELPS Alfred POSTINGS Hubert POSTINGS James POSTINGS Leonard PREECE Peregrine PRINCE DSO Frederick PULLING Henry PULLING Ernest ROBINSON Charles STOCK Hubert TAYLOR John THORNTON Pryce THORNTON Sydney THORNTON George WATKINS Thomas WATKINS George WHITCOME

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