Aberdeen North United Free Church

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Reference WMO/270413


North Church of St Andrew (now Greyfriars Church)

Queen Street


AB10 1AN


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Status: Unknown
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Pulpit
  • Timber Oak
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: From newspaper report-"The memorial takes the form of a pulpit, placed in front of the existing platform, constructed of Japanese oak, fumed and dull polished, of octagonal shape. The names of the fallen, 65 in all, are in carved two side panels, while the central panel contains the following inscription …." "which is surmounted by a Latin cross in blue and gold, with carved oak and laurel leaves in lower corners. The panels are framed by finely carved and enriched mouldings, and are flanked by moulded and fluted pilasters, with carved lonic capitals." "and also of a Bible, Psalter, and Hymnary, in memory of the men of the church who fell in the war" Now North Church of St Andrew, which has merged with Greyfriars Church.
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To the glory of God and ever grateful memory of the brave men this church who in the Great War laid down their lives for Truth and Freedom 1914-19

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