St John's church, Coln St Aldwyn, WW1

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Reference WMO260224

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St John's Church

Coln St Aldwyns, Glos

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Simple brass plaque with red cross in rounded top
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Roll of Honour (records all who served, those who died are annotated with a red cross on the plaque

Lieut Lord Quenington (died)/Major R A Scott/Captain C M Barton/Sgt J Moaby//L Cpl T Leach Died)/L Cpl H J A Adams/L Cpl W C Hancock (died) L Cpl R Males/F Hicks/Arthur Kibble/Alfred Tombs/William Curtis (died)/Leonard Nurse/Lewis Beesley/George Hemmings/William Hemmings/Edwin Hemmings/Percy Phelps/F Berryman/S Miles/Jesse Miles/Alec Miles/P Hooper/J Parrot/Denis Gowell/John Howell/Aldwyn B Bates/Thomas Bates/E Walker/Charles Cole/Pierre Quick/T Babbs/Charles Mustow/John Smith/George Fern/James Shepherd/W Hollowood/Harry Tombs (died)/Leslie Weaving/F Barnes/Henry Moaby/Frederick Moaby/Joseph Moaby/George Harris/Basil Bates (died)/William Adams/Percy Mustow/A Cock/Albert Moaby/ F J Searle/P Davis/Butler/B Hardinge/Charles Winstone/Albert Winney/Herbert Francis ?/Stanley Barton/Ernest Arthur Quick/John Chamberlain/Lambert Barton (died)/George H Kinck/Foster Winstone/William Charles Hatton/Edward Percy Hatton/A Kibble/John Winfield/John Barton/William Minchin/A Chamberlain/E Hicks/George Quick/Ernest Hemmings (died)/Michael Churchill (died)/A Hicks (died)

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