St John the Evangelist R.C. Church WW1

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Reference WMO267254

Address:

St John the Evangelist R.C. Church

Milton Road

Gravesend

DA12 1EN

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The memorial is a wooden board painted with the names of those who have fallen. The names are placed in chronological years starting at 1915. The memorial was neglected and placed in storage for many years but due to the efforts of Tony Larkin, a parishioner of the church his whole life, the memorial was restored and placed back in the foyer to the church for everyone to see.
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PRAY FOR THE SOULS OF THE MEMBERS OF THIS CONGREGATION WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR GOD JUSTICE AND COUNTRY DURING THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918 REQUIEM MASS YEARLY DURING AUGUST

1915 PERCY GREY PRIVATE MIDDLESEX REGIMENT MAY, JOHN HEALY PRIVATE MIDDLESEX REGIMENT 10th MAY, TIMOTHY HEALY Lc. CORP. MIDDLESEX REGIMENT 24th MAY, JOSEPH MULLIGAN PRIVATE DUKE OF CORN: Lt. INF. 25th APRIL, HERBERT J PURDON CORP. R. IRISH RIFLES 9th MAY,/ 1916 ROBERT W BENNETT GUNNER R. W. KENT 12th SEPTEMBER, THOMAS BONE PRIVATE R. W. KENT 9th OCTOBER, BERNARD CADIC CAPT. R. GAR: ARTILLERY 20th AUGUST, JAMES CALLAN PRIVATE HAWKE BATT. 13th NOVEMBER, CLAUDE J P HAYES CAPT. 1st R. FUSILIERS 9th AUGUST, REUBEN HONEYMAN SERGT. 2nd BEDFORDS 12th OCTOBER, ARTHUR W RAY C. SERGT. DUBLIN FUSILIERS 2nd NOVEMBER,/ 1917 JOSEPH BRADY BOMBARDIER R. F. ARTILLERY 21st APRIL, WILLIAM BURLES PRIVATE 5th R. SUSSEX 27th SEPTEMBER, LAWRENCE CADIC CAPT. ESSEX REGIMENT 9th OCTOBER, PATRICK DALY CORP. R. W. KENT 17th MAY, WALTER J FINCH SEAMAN R. N. RESERVE 10th MAY, ERNEST O'CONNOR PRIVATE KING'S R. RIFLES 27th AUGUST, GEORGE STAPLEY DRIVER A. S. CORPS 5th NOVEMBER, CHARLES TAYLOR SEAMAN R. NAVY 17th SEPTEMBER,/ 1918 BERNARD W ARNOLD CAPT. R. F. ARTILLERY MARCH, PATRICK MULLANE PRIVATE DUBLIN FUSILIERS SEPTEMBER, FREDERICK WHITE PRIVATE M. GUN CORPS 5th APRIL,

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