St Andrew's Netherton WW1 memorial tablet

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Reference WMO261865


St Andrew's Church

Highbridge Road





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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The church memorial is inside the church and is mounted as a marble wall tablet. An elaborate red-veined frame encloses the 57 names of the men of Netherton inscribed on white marble. Some names also appear on the Dudley Memorial.
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In Honoured Memory of the Men of This Church Who in the Great War 1914 Gave Their Lives for God, Their King & Their Country 1918 Their Name Liveth For Evermore

Albert Barnbrook/Edmund Barnsley/Louis H Bate/Fred Beddall/Samuel Beddall/Harry Bennett/William Biggs/Arthur Billingham/Benjamin Bird/Bert Bissell/Arthur B Bradley/John Brookes/Arthur E Bullock/Jack Burton/William Burton/Nehemiah E Churchill/William T Cole/Frederick Crew/Thomas Danks/Henry Darby/Arthur C Doo/Horace B Dovey/Thomas downs/William Dukes/Harry Dunn/Albert Edgington/John Foley/Cyril H Garratt/Joshua Garratt/James Green/Bert Groves/Solomon Hale/Frank Harrolds/Fred S Harvey/J Alfred Hill/Fred H Houghton/Benjamin Hughes/William H Hughes/Samuel J Keeling/Robert Lester/Frank Mansell/Harry C Morris/Edward Parkes/Joseph Read/Thomas Reeves/William Roberts/John Rolinson/Jesse V Rushton/William T Saunders/John H Smith/John H Tilley/Joseph T Tilley/Harry Westwood/James H Westwood/Walter Williams/George H Wright/Thomas H Woodhouse

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