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St Andrew's Church

14 St Andrew's Place


PL10 1PH


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Metal (any)
  • Other Fabric
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Raised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Large, wooden plaque with pedimented top. Wooden crucifix with metal image of Christ suspended from pediment. Red, velvet curtains suspended from wooden poles flank the plaque. The plaque has one central panel which is flanked by four panels on either side. The central panel displays the names of WWI dead. The top two flanking panels display the dates A.D. 1914 and A.D. 1918. The next two panels are plain. The third pair of panels display the dates A.D. 1939 and A.D. 1945. The fourth pair of panels display the names of WWII dead. A shelf at the bottom of the plaque displays two glass vases on small, wooden stands on which is inscribed a name and dates - J. Whatmore 1922 - 1989 (unclear as to whom this refers). Suspended above the plaque is a large, metal lamp.
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A.D. 1914. A.D. 1918. A.D. 1939. A.D. 1945

WWI - S. Bennett, T. Dowkes, J. Ekins, W. Harvey, C. Hocking, A. Howe, W. Hoyle, H. Marden, W. Marks, W. Skinner, H.M. Taylor, E. Tope, J. Webb, E. Widger, S.J. Kent, J.M. Andrew, A.J. Ball, A. Bentley, F.J.V. Carne, H.E. Carne, J.L. Eldridge, J.E. Fuge, H. Goldsmith, H.C. Hooper, B.W. Ireland, E.G. Jago, E. Johnstone, H. Kingdon, R.A.V. Lee, A. Maisey, F.B. Mather, H.E. Mather, R.C. May, F.H. Moore, E. Popplestone, C. Sandercock, J.H. Southern, F. Spreadborough, C.E. Strevens, R.E. Williams, A.R.G. Yole. WWII - J. Ball, J. Barker, T. Burgess, Piers Edgcumbe, A. Fox, R. Hailes, F. Hancock, R. Hinton, K. Jago, C.S. Painter, R. Porter, G. Watson, L. Chapell, A. Eteson, J.G. Gaye, G. Halpin, V. Jones, R. Ryder, F. Thomas, H. Witt.

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