Rushmere St. Andrew WW2 Memorial

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Reference WMO/267677

Address:

St Andrew's Church

Rushmere Street

Rushmere St. Andrew

Ipswich

IP5 1DJ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Panelling
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
  • Palestine (1900-1999)
About the memorial: The memorial is situated behind the font and part of it is a door (presumably to the tower belfrey). It consists of a number of panels in three main sections having the appearance of a bay window (from the interior) but without windows. Please note that the IWM register entry 83256 places this memorial in the wrong Suffolk village of Rushmere.
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IN MEMORY OF THOSE FROM THIS PARISH / WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES / THE SECOND WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945 / AND OF OTHERS WHO SHARE WITH THEM THE LIFE EVERLASTING. There follows the names of 37 service personnel and nine civilians killed in bombing raids.

Frederick W. BANYARD James Frederick BARNES Harold R. BATTEN Gilbert Herbert McDonald BATTEN Michael BENTLEY William Nicholas BINGHAM Patrick Daniel S. BOOTH Trevor Victor BUXTON Charles Leslie CALEY Colin Frank Mortlock CHAPMAN James Philip Sidney CHAPMAN David Frederick James COOK Frederick E. FELGATE Ivan Frank GARNHAM Derrick George GOOCH Jack Henry GOODCHILD Charles Archibald HARRISON-JONES Richard George HOLDING Reginald Burchell HOW Stanley Foulger HOWE Frederick George Henry LEEK Cyril George MANN Eric Stanley MARTIN Stanley Ernest ROBERTS Geoffrey James SAWYER Noel Garrod SOUTHGATE Sidney SPURLING John Alistair STEWART Gerald Cecil William STONE John SYMONDS Jack Dennis THOMPSON John Hector WALLIS Edward James WARNE Ivan Jonathan WARNE Godfrey George WEBB Alfred John WELHAM John Newman WHITMORE (Civilians) Janet E. CAREY Frank GILL Edward PARHAM Dudley Frank PLAYLE Marjorie Kathleen PLAYLE Betty Ellen Minnie WHITING Ellen Janette WHITING John Charles WHITING Vera Hatty WHITING

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