Book of Remembrance WWII

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Reference WMO/260041


St Martin's Church

Church Street


PL14 3AQ


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Roll of Honour displayed under glass within a carved, wooden display case. Each entry takes two pages. The left hand page, written in black ink, gives rank, division and date of death. The right hand page gives the name in red. Adjacent to the display case, affixed to the wall, is a list of names included within the Roll. This is under glass within a wooden frame. Names are written in red and black. There is a plain blue border with red roses in each corner and gold crosses at the halfway point of each border side.
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List of names inscribed in the Book of Remembrance. C.A. Howard Scripsit.

Abraham, James Henry; Austen, Thomas; Barnard, Robert Hugh; Bell, Harry Victor; Blamey, Richard Cubitt; Boundy, Jack; Cahill, William Henry; Chaston, Arthur; Collins, Reginald Burgess; Cross, Ivor John May; Curtis, Lewis James; Davy, Norman; Durston, Owen Roy; Ennor, Roland Patrick N.;Gerry, Albert Roy R.; Good, Frederick Peter L.; Honey, Cecil Andrew J.; Howlett, Charles Stephen; Hunkin, Gordon Morley; Jackson, Joseph; Kellow, William John; Libby, Frederick Thomas; Medland, Terrance G.W.; Metcalfe, Kathleen V.; Moyse, Archibald F.; Mutton, David Idris; O'Neill, John Patrick; Pearce, Richard Ernest; Pellow, John Charles R.; Phillips, Walter Henry; Phillips, William R.W.; Polkinghorne, Eric; Redler, Coron George; Sales, Alfred; Samuil, Rachel Maud; Smith, William; Snell, Alfred John; Snell, William John; Stephens, William F.; Symons, Charles John; Tucker, Ernest Irwin; Wakem, William J.S.; Webb, Allen George; Whell, Garfield; White, Howard M.; Williams, Bernard I.

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