Bishop Harvey Goodwin School WW1 Roll of Honour (LOST)

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Reference WMO/272498


Bishop Harvey Goodwin School

Blackwell Road

(the pin location is for the new school, not the old school)




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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Illuminated Roll of Honour-paper in a glazed wooden frame. The central design shows a youth leaving behind him his education and ambition and accepting the sword from the hands of St George. The decorative design is of the rose, shamrock and thistle. Made by Colin Rae, ARCA assistant master at Tullie House, Carlisle. Ujnveiled 13 December 1921 by H K Campbell- the Mayor of Carlisle- refer the Cumberland News 17 December 1921 page 5- from which this entire report has been compiled
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On the oak frame is- “Their duty well done,/Their dread over./Their memory for ever cherished/In the land they served” On the ROH-1914-1918 To the Old boys of the Bishop Goodwin Memorial School who fell in the great war. [names]

William Abbott/Robert Abram/George Armstrong/Henry Baxby/Edwin Baxby/Thomas W Beattie/Robert A Bell/William Bell/ Robert A Blacklock/Wilfrid Blackstock/George Blair/Thomas H Bowman/Francis C Carlyle/Richard Carruthers/ William S Curtis/John Duckworth/John Green/John Grieg/George Holliday/Wilson Irving/Harold James/Thomas Jefferson/ Stanley Kerr/Ernest Little/Andrew Little/Francis Little/John W Marsden/Herbert Marsden/Joseph McGlasson/James D Parkin/ Isaac Potts/William Smith/Arthur Swinglehurst/Lawson Thompson/William S Finch/Ernest Whittaker/William Young

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