St Mary's church WW1 Tablet

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St Mary's Church

Wrotham Road


DA11 7LL


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A marble tablet listing the names of those killed during WW1 - the tablet was in the original church building that used to situated on the corner of Lynton Road South and Dashwood Road. The memorial was dedicated on 13 May 1920 - it was subsequently moved to the new church in 1938
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In Grateful Memory of our Brothers of St Mary's District who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918 in defence of our Country. Crowned with the garland of Immortality. Erected by the congregation and friends

F. Atkins, R.C. Box, R.S. Chambers, N.F. Cooper, T.E. Denham, H.W.K. Dixon, E. Duck, H.G. Elston, A.E. Elston, T.S. Elston, W.G. Fisher, E. Gladdish, F.W. Gray, J. Griffiths, J.W. Hammond, C. Hammond, J.W. Hatton, C.W.G. Head, L.S. Hubbard, A. Johnson, M.F. Judges, F.A. Judges, P.C. Lashmar, P.D. Lawrence, R. Lewis, C. Lewis, R.M. Meadows, E. Morgan, H.G. Rice, F.W. Shaw, A.H. Turrell, F.J. Tutton, L. Waterman, W. Webster, F.L. West, C.D. Wright

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