Cold Ash War Memorial and Memorial Book

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Reference WMO/273113


St Mark's Church

Cold Ash Hill

Cold Ash

Thatcham, Berkshire

RG18 9PT


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Calvary
  • Metal Copper
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Raised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: First World War memorial, designed by Spencer Slingsby Stallwood, unveiled on 16 February 1919. The memorial comprises a hooded oak Calvary cross with a figure of Christ. Two copper panels set in oak frames either side of the cross are embossed and painted with the names of the fallen, arranged in alphabetical order of surname, with 16 names to each panel.
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Panel 1 Of your charity pray for the souls of / those from this Parish have laid / down their lives for King & Country / in the Great War Panel 2 Grant the O Lord eternal rest / and let light perpetual shine upon them. Greater love hath no man that this / that a man lay down his life for his friends.

Panel 1 Alfred Charles Ashfield John Austin MM Charles Barr Harry Batten Charles Edward Camfield Henry Leonard Dance William Robert Aufrère Dawson Lt Col, DSO, 3 bars Albert George Flack Charles Garrat (ed. Garrard) Edwin Middleton Gilbert William Godwin Peter Goodchild William Hamblin Harry Sidney Holmes Charles Kent Panel 2 Edward Frank Little John Lewendon Harry Maccabee Charles James Middleton Walter Henry Palmer Henry Pearce Gilbert Povey Charles Scourse (ed. Scouse) Arthur Shelton Sidney Shelton Bertram Cecil Metcalfe Smith Lieut Horace Arthur Turner William Jethro Wallin Reginald Wells John Wernham Frederick Withers

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