Tallington - Roll of Honour

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Reference WMO/262910


St Lawrence Church

Church Lane




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Chalk Landscape Feature
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Roll of Honour - this consists of a slim decorative dark wood frame which is rectangular in shape, the long sides being vertical. The roll is glazed, the centre section being white paper. Immediately in from the edges of the paper, and around all edges, is a decorative border of green leaves, there is also a semi circular pattern of the same green leafed decoration and this starts about 2/3rds of the total height of the roll from its bottom edge and it then extends upward until it touches the green edge decoration at the top centre of the roll when it descends to meet the green edge decoration at the same height as it began on the opposite side. Within the semi circle formed by this decoration is a depiction of the Union flag within a green wreath of leaves, beneath the flag but above the base of the wreath is a scroll with the words 'For King and Country' inscribed upon it. The word 'Tallington' is written beneath the wreath, while above the wreath is written the words 'Roll of honour' in a semi circular shaped ribbon extending from the side of the roll toward the top before descending toward the opposite side, this 'ribbon' cuts through all other decoration within the green edging of the roll. The persons named are in black lettering, the roll's dimensions are 46cm in width by 59cm in height.
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