Spalding - St John WW1

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Reference WMO/263274

Address:

St John's Church

Hawthorn Bank

Spalding Lincs

PE11 1JQ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Roadside
Description: Rood or Rood Loft
Materials:
  • Timber Oak
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The rood beam is of carved wood, painted and decorated with a very handsome floriated cross, with the figure of our Lord on it, crowned with thorns. To the right is the figure of the Blessed Virgin, and to the left the figure of St. John. The whole is in very handsome, rich, subdued colouring, the flesh parts being ivory coloured, and the robes of the other figures in rich colouring. Messrs. Bowman & Sons, of Stamford, have carried out the work, from the designs and under the superintendence of the architect, Mr. Wilfred Bond, of Grantham. The figures are by Signor Tosi, of London, a well-known carver. The dedication ceremony was performed on Sunday morning, by the Rev. F. W. Hutchinson, Vicar of Holbeach and Rural Dean of East Elloe The memorial tablet is placed in the south-east corn of the nave-where the roll of honour stood. The names are carved on a oak board in a rich frame carved with the vine and the rose, and the whole is surmounted by a handsome carved cresting, having a shield in the centre bearing the device of St. George of England: A red cross on a white ground
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“Remember in the Lord those who laid down their lives for freedom. A.D. 1814 – 1910.” (Names) “Their name liveth for evermore, R.I.P.”

George Ashling, Cecil Sidney Adams, Albert Andrew, Harry Andrews, William Allcock, George Henry Baxter, Francis John Brown, Bertie Burton, Francis Edward Bains, John Walter Goodyear Burton, Frederick William Bowman, Charles Edward Borrows, Benjamin Borrows, John Herbert Beeby, Percy Chamberlain, Henry Collin, John William Blanchard Chapman, George Cooper, Charles Edward Clark, Jack Dade, Wilfred Edwards, George Eliff, Bertus John Van Elk, William Charles Edwards, Fred Faulkner, Harry Goodrum, Jack Goodison, Leonard Healey, Arthur Hanes, Henry Holderness, William Matthew Hewson, Thomas Ketteringham, Ernest Longford, John Robt. Lissett. Herbert Longford, James Norman Merryweather Losh., Richard Percival Metcalfe, Meaburn Staniland Page, James Pack. William Richards, Harry Pask, Charles Stacey Reeve, John Thompson, Nelson Stokes, Walter Richard Saunders. Samuel Arthur Smith, Arthur Tinkler, John Henry Brice Twelvetrees, Tom Wilson, Albert Percy Yorke, Thomas Arthur Borrows, Arthur Barnett.

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