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Reference WMO/267341


St Andrew's Church

Church Lane





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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A brass plaque, mounted on the south wall of the nave. The inscription is engraved and coloured black and red. The only ornamentation is a red cross to the top of the plaque and a black single-line border. Dimensions: 600mm x 410mm.
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To The Glory Of God And In Loving Memory Of Those Who Gave Their Lives For King And Country Bertram Ranyard. Sept 18th 1915. George Ranyard. July 4th 1916. Clifford Sorfleet. Augt 8th 1916. John W. Brackenbury. Octr 31st 1916. Ernest Patchett. Aprl 18th 1917. Cyril E. Hiatt. Augt 18th 1917. "Faithful Unto Death." Also A Thankoffering For The Safe Return Of George Clay. Ernest Kettlewell. John Nelsey. John G. Parkin. Walter Patchett. Frank Ranyard. Frederick A.W. Rutter Victor W. Sorfleet Charles W. Preston } Prisoners John G. Rutter Of War

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