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Reference WMO/265760


St John the Baptist Church

Wrotham Road


Nr Gravesend

DA13 0AA


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
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Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Plaque to 3rd & 4th sons of John Ernest & Margaret Smith-Masters.. Centre piece is family(?) Crest with motto 'manet intererata fides,'
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(TOP) TO BE LINKED TO GREAT TRADITIONS IS TO BE PLEDGE TO GREAT UNDERTAKINGS. (BOTTOM) 3rd & 4th sons of Jon Ernest Smith-Masters & Margaret his wife / Obedient unto death / For God King & Country / Rest eternal grant unto the O Lord / & let light perpetual shine upon them

Bruce Swinton / m c / Captain 2nd Batt: / Essex Regiment. / Born Jan: 31st 1892 / Killed in France / leading the attack / July 31st 1916 / He that loseth his / life for my sake / shall find it George Arthur / Smith-Masters / Lieutenant 6th Batt / Bedfordshire / Regiment / Born Dec: 29th 1894 / Killed in Flanders / safeguarding his men / August 20th 1915 / To me to live is Christ / to die is gain.

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