Dent Congregational Church and Sunday School

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Reference WMO/272734

Address:

Kendal Archive Centre, County Hall

Busher Walk

Kendal

LA9 4RF

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Photograph
Materials:
  • Paper Paper
Lettering: Other
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Framed Photographs on a sheet of card. At centre are photographs of the 4 fallen, and around them are photos of the 17 men and 1 woman who served & returned. In the Chapel it was in a glazed oak frame (now lost). Originally in Dent Congregational Chapel, latterly URC, now a Meditation Centre. Document Reference WDX 1841
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DENT CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL & CHURCH/"UNTIL THE DAY BREAKS / AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY" / [names] //“OUR BOYS”/Who served in the Great European War/1914-1918

[The Fallen]-WILLIE F BENSON/KILLED APRIL 14TH 1918/ JOHN HAYGARTH/KILLED SEPT 25TH 1915/ BEN HAYGARTH/DIED IN INDIA OCT 25TH 1918/ REINFORTH POOLEY/KILLED APRIL 28TH 1917/ [The Served]- LEN BENSON, ROBERT DIXON, ERNEST PARRINGTON, REV CHARLES BINNS, JOHN MASON PARRINGTON, HEBDEN GREENBANK, JOHN POOLEY, JOSEPH BENSON, FRED GREENBANK, EDWIN HAYGARTH, ARNOLD SPARKS, WILLIE STAVELEY, FRED HAYGARTH, HECTOR HAYGARTH, BERNARD DIXON, WILLIAM BOOTH, WILLIE TAYLOR, NURSE HAYGARTH

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