The Latymer School WW2 memorial board

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The Latymer School

Haselbury Road



N9 9TN


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Other
About the memorial: Created by students and staff at the school in 2011, addressing the fact that the names of those lost in WW2 had not previously been on display. It was felt important to have the names of all those who died in WW2 in the vicinity of the WW1 plaque. The memorial is made of wood with a handmade tile surround; the names of the 93 former students and staff are of gold vinyl lettering.
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This memorial is to honour members of the Latymer community who died in war. They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old, Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn, At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them

93 names (91 former students and 2 members of staff) are listed: D Adams, J Beckford, G Bennett, E Berry, L Blake, C Bloyce (groundsman), R Boustead, R Bradford, J Brown, B Burton, W Cappleman, R Church, E Clark, M Clarkson, A Clayton, E Coules, B Cox, E Cox, H Debnam, F Deighton, C Downs, J Eaton, N Edden, A Edmonds, J Edwards, A Evenett, G Evenett, E Farrington, E Fidler, F Files, C Greenwood, P Greenwood, E Grimshaw, W Haggar, R Hamilton, P Harding, G Haynes, A Heath, L Hess, E Heywood, A Hill, E Hill, R Hillman, R Hughes, D Huntley, S Irons, B Jackson, H James, J Johnson, N Jones, W Kerridge, P Kingsnorth, F Knapp, E Lamble, J Lee, A T Leech, Betty Leech, W J Lomax, B Mansell, J McAlonan, H Meeson, E R Moore, F Moore, L H Morgan, F C Newport, G Obott, W Pateman, G Pead (caretaker), D Peart, B Pickess, E M Rhodes, J Risley, R Rodie, G Rodway, Ruby Roth (Air raid victim), C T Samson, F W Smith, J Snelling, S T Snelling, S L Stokes, V Streater, H Stringer, B W Tack, A Tattersall, S J Watson, J Waymark, L Webber, N Welsford, K Welsh, G R Williams, S J Williams, B J Wrampling, R Wright.

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Latymer Old Students Assoc, c/o The Latymer School