Skirbeck - WW1


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Reference WMO265642

Address:

Holy Trinity Church Boston

Spilsby Rd

Boston

PE21 9NS

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Undeniably a work of art, the memorial to those that fell takes the form of a stained glass window in the north transept. This has been completed by a London firm, but the whole of the designs were executed under the direction of Mrs. J. Beanland, who has been responsible for what may possible be one of the finest memorial windows in the district. All preliminary work has been ably performed by a Committee under the presidency of the Vicar (Ren. J. Beanland, M.A.) The tracey shows the arms of the Allies-England, France, Belgium, United States, Serbia, and Italy. The centre light shows ”Christ and the Good Centurion,” with the words “I have not found so great faith not in all Israel.” The figure on the left represents “Peace”, while beneath is “The Comrade in White,” showing Christ with a wounded soldier and an ambulance man, with the inscription, “I am with you always.” On the right panel is “Victory” and beneath, “The Supreme Sacrifice,” with the inscription “Greater love hath no man.”
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J. Wilfred Beanland, Charles Davey, S. Dickinson, Frank Gilliatt, Eric Simpson. N.C.O.’s AND MEN. Alfred Airey, W. Alliwell, W. B. Andrews, R. Armitage, George Bannister, Charles Barber, Thomas Barber, Albert Basketter, S. Bell, T. R. Bennett, Frank Borman, Ernest C. Brittin, H. Burrell, A. Cabourne, Horace Carby, W. F. Clay, R. Leonard Chapman, Sydney R. Cheavin. Thomas Comer, Ernest Copping, Charles R, Creasey, E. W. Dallywater, Reginald Drury, Sidney Flintham, L. Foreman, J. Herbert Foster, Horace Greenfield, John Evans Greenfield, F. Greenfield, Frank Harding, John C. Hack, Charles Hopkins, Albert Horry, William Hutton, George Jackson, Thomas Jackson, J. William Kirton, Arthur Leggott, R. J. Leggott. William Leggott, Ernest Albert Lucas, Alfred P. Maltby, Arthur Osbourne. Arthur Ostler, Victor C. Palmer, Alfred Perrin, Charles Rason, Walter Rear, James Ruston, Percy Sharpe, George Sculthorpe, Eric Sexton, Harry Smith, J. Stanton T. Thompson, Fred Troop. Graham de G. Tooley, Thomas Waterfield, Charles Weatherhogg, Alan Webber, A. J. Welberry, F. Whelbourne, Leonard White, Percy Wilkinson, and J. Henry Wingate, RED CROSS NURSES Marjorie R. Beanland, F. Merchant, Mabel Sargisson, and Sophia Stephenson.

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