North Window Memorial

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Reference WMO/269756


St Michael and All Angels Church

Tonbridge Rd


ME16 8JS


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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
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Memorial on the wall by the Ascension Chapel within St Michael's and All Angel's Church
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The North Window of this chapel is dedicated to the glory of God & in gateful memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives in The Great War 1914 - 1919

Alfred Abnett; Edwin Abnett; George Allman; Robert Banks; Charles Barnes; Arthur Batchelor; Charles Brown; Harry Burrluck; Frederick Busridge; Walter Bushridge; James Sapeling; Albert Carden; Percival Carden; Benjamin Carr; Walter Carter; Lionel Chapman; William Clark; George Cooper; Albert Court; William Cousens; Harry Craske; Edward Dyer; Arthur Edwards; Albert Eldridge; Lewis Foster; Ernest Froud; Richard Gardiner; Christopher Gibbon; Ernest Hart; Percy Hassock; William Hayden; Herbert Hinkley; Arthur Hoile; William Hook; Joseph Hughes; Percy Humphreys; William Humphreys; James Hursell; James Joiner; Frank King; Arthur Latter; Arthur Lott; Sidney Lowe; Albert Luck; Herbert Mankelow; Ernest Matthews; Frank Mills; Edgar Mitchell; Baden Moore; Harold Morling; Peter Murray; Victor Naughton; Charles Oliver; Thomas Pay; Frank Potter; George Potts; Robert Prior; Charles Rose; Horace Sage; Charles Sellen; Frederick Skinner; Arthur Smith; Ronald Smith; W.G. Smith; William Smith; Heber Smith; Leonard Sprinkgett; William Styles; Harry Thurston; Edward Tree; Frederick Tyler; Alfred Underdown; Frederick Underdown; Charles Waghorne; Reginald Wakefield; Lewis Waters; Beresford White; Charles White; Alfred Willard; William Winter; Albert Wood; J.M. Youngman;

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