Ashby - Wesleyan Methodist Church

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Reference WMO260169

Address:

High Street

Ashby

Scunthorpe

DN16 2LS

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
Materials:
  • Glass Stained Glass
  • Metal Lead
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Memorial Windows – In the Wesleyan Chapel twenty memorial windows have been placed to perpetuate the memory of those fallen in the Great War who were connected with the Sunday School or congregation. The central windows on the lground floor are different in design from the rest, the coloured glass form a large lily, under which are two crowns, and the dates 1914 – 1919 and the following inscription "In loving memory of our fallen hero's, and our deep gratitude to God for those spared to us". The remaining windows are of similar design, with less detail. The cost of the windows is £250 and they have been designed and erected by Mr. William Spence of Leeds. The ground floor windows have one mullion and measure 2100mm x 1280mm. The first floor windows have two mullion's and measure 2380mm x 1860mm. The centre windows on the first floor are of the same design as the ground floor but with only one crown and no dates, the remaining sixteen windows are inscribed with one or two names of the fallen.
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Names commemorated on the stained glass windows Ground Floor: First Floor: V. Owen Johnson Wesley Parker Alba. Edward Chapman Jno. Arth. Chafer Geo. Thos. Starkey Leonard Burton Harry Dent Thomas E. Broadbent John Wm. Kirk Albert Edwin Wade Randolph T. Spencer Rev W.H. Dimmock Jos. Arth. Clark Robt. Tom Rands Owen Kendall Edward Dent Harry Wright Wm. John Hall George H. Ladds Herbert W. Beard James Ladds Chas. Wilkinson William G Meeks Harry Waters William Sparks Thos. Alf. Stamp Fred. Alma Stamp

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