Brentford Union (lost)

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Reference WMO/263555


West Middlesex Hospital

Twickenham Road




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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Raised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: This brass tablet was dedicated in the chapel of Warkworth House, aka Brentford Union Workhouse, on 23rd June 1920. The tablet contains the names of the fallen, while the scrolls on either side appear to contain the names of those who served and returned. The workhouse, and the site, gradually evolved into the present West Middlesex Hospital. The chapel was demolished in the 1960s, and it's not clear what happened to the memorial. The pin is at the former location of the chapel within the West Middlesex Hospital complex.
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[left scroll] Pro Honorem et Libertatem [names] [right scroll] Pro Honorem et Libertatem [names] [tablet] Brentford Union / To the Glorious Memory of the mem of this Union / who gave their lives in the Great War / 1914 - 1918. / "Their name liveth for evermore" / [column 1] J. W. Barley, Tpr. L.Guards / E.J. Batchelor, Pte.Lond.Rgt. / F.J. Bragg, 2/Lt. Devon Rgt. / H.J. Clough, Pte.Middx.Rgt. / J. Dell, Sgt.Innis.Fus. / [column 2] A. Denton, Gnr. R.F.A. / H. Earle, Pte.R.A.M.C. / A. Humphreys, Stoker, R.N. / C.J. Martin, 2/Lt. R.Suss.Rgt. / F. Poynter, Pte. Essex Rgt. / This Memorial was erected by their fellow Officers.

J. W. Barley, E.J. Batchelor, F.J. Bragg, H.J. Clough, J. Dell, A. Denton, H. Earle, A. Humphreys, C.J. Martin, F. Poynter

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