Second World War memorial to boys and staff of Arnold House School

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Reference WMO260088

Address:

St Cyprian's, Clarence Gate

Glentworth St

Marylebone

London

NW1 6AX

England

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Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Arnold House School was founded by Amy Mary Hanson Hunt, a regular member of the congregation, and the vicar of St Cyprian's has been the school's chaplain since its foundation. The memorial tablet below the plaque records the decoration of the tester above the high altar in 1948 in memory of Miss Hanson Hunt.
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A.D. 1939 A.D. 1945
DEDICATED BY AMY MARY HANSON HUNT
THE FOUNDER OF ARNOLD HOUSE SCHOOL
IN MEMORY OF THE OLD BOYS AND STAFF
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY

[NAMES]

THESE WE REMEMBER, ALSO THOSE
WHOSE NAMES ARE NOT KNOWN TO US
GRANT THEM O LORD ETERNAL REST AND
LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON THEM

R G Addis
T H Allen
G A H Baker
J W Borradaile
H S Bouchier
O C Browning
P L Bunting
C Cherry
R M Cuthbertson
B P Dawbarn
P N Davies-Colley
P Dillon
S Engert
D Galitzine
J E Goodrich
M S Heming
D H Jacobson
H W Jacomb
A R Jones
D M Lester
D J Longstaffe
J E Mackintosh
M G Manners
D Marshall
E Martens
G B Musson
R G Musson
P Nixey
V M Pam
R Parkinson
R Peel
I N Patterson
M J Reynell
P J E Ritchie
B L Sloane
R O P Steel
C A Strauss
I D Sydney
R E Symes-Thompson
J H A Tanner
C Thompson
G Toft
A L Trewby
R Ure
S A G Watt
P Percy-Pitt
M N Williamson-Noble
Staff: J E S McAlister
Constance Oliver

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