Aspatria Primitive Methodist Church

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Reference WMO/272324

Address:

Methodist Church

Queen Street

Aspatria

CA7 3AJ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
  • Stone Slate
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Note that this Church was originally Primitive Methodist so is the original location. 2 tablets- 1 for each conflict. The WW1 tablet is ornate, of white Sicilian marble set on black slate. The WW2 tablet below is a simple white marble one on a grey marble backboard. Unveiled 8 February 1920 by Robert Foster, County Councillor- refer the Cumberland news 14 February 1920 page 4
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In Sacred Memory Of/THE/MEMBERS OF THIS/Church & School/WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN/The Great War 1914-1918/ [names]/ERECTED BY GEORGE ALLAN In Memory of/THOSE BELONGING TO THIS/Church and Sunday School/WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WAR/1939-1945/ [names]/“THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE”

WW1- ND LIEUTENANT HL HOLLIDAY DECEMBER 15TH 1917/ ABLE SEAMAN W TATE APRIL 22ND 1917/ SERG R BLAND JULY 1ST 1916/ LAN CORP T MAXWELL MARCH 23RD 1918/ CORPORAL W ELAND FEBRUARY 11TH 1917/ SERG RW MILLER NOVEMBER 17TH 1915/ PVT RJ MILLER JUNE 8TH 1917/ PVT R FELL NOVEMBER 4TH 1918/ PVT M CLULOW MAY 16TH 1917/ PVT J LAW JULY 14TH 1916/ PVT F BARTON MAY 26TH 1916/ PVT J JOHNSTONE OCTOBER 1ST 1916/ PVT D YEOWART APRIL 24TH 1918/ PVT J BOWES APRIL 10TH 1917/ PVT TE GRAHAM MAY 5TH 1918/ PVT G BULMAN APRIL 28TH 1918/ PVT TJ RICHARDSON SEPTEMBER 8TH 1917/ ERECTED BY GEORGE ALLAN WW2-SGT ROBERT SKELTON 1942/ PTE JONATHAN H ALLAN 1943/

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