Colmonell WW1 Window

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Reference WMO/275843


St Colmon's Church

Manse Road


KA26 0SA


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Stained glass window
  • Glass Stained Glass
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Single light stained glass window with stone dedication tablet in the windowsill below.
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To the Glory of God and in Memory of our Kindred and Guests/Whose Lives were Accepted in the Great War/[32 names in 2 columns]/John W & Edith McConnel "Be thou Faithful unto Death and I will give thee a Crown of Life" Knockdolian 1920

Prichard, Francis H: R Garrison Artillery/ Prichard, F Giles: East Yorkshire Regt/ Prichard, Roland G: Suffolk Regt/ Cobbold, Robert H W: Rifle Brigade/ Cobbold, Edgar H: R Flying Corps/ Cobbold, Rowland T: Royal Field Artillery/ Cobbold, Charles T: Hampshire Yeomanry/ Wanklyn, Andrew A: Canadian Army/ Wanklyn, Herbert G: RN Air Service/ Wanklyn, Kenneth: Royal Field Artillery/ Wanklyn, William H: Household Battalion/ McConnel, David E: Royal Flying Corps/ Ruck, John Egerton: Gloucestershire Regt/ Jamieson, Gerald A: Indian Army/ Hughes, Onslow Denzil: Dorsetshire Regt/ Ashmore, Geoffrey: Royal Engineers/ Bayley, WK: Royal Berkshire Regt/ Bates, Harry: Manchester Regt/ Church, Arthur: Devonshire Regt/ Fenning, A: Yorks & Lancs Regt/ Holdsworth, AM: Royal Berkshire Regt/ Hurlbatt, EG: Manchester Regt/ Lees, Robin: Royal Army Service Corps/ Lyle, W: Lancashire Fusiliers/ Mansergh, WG: Manchester Regt/ Martin, Claude: Coldstream Guards/ Palin, Harry: New Zealand Army:/ Perrott, Arthur: Royal Berkshire Regt/ Ross, George: Indian Army/ Smith, Edmund P: Royal Field Artillery/ Swainson, J Leonard: Duke of Cornwall's LI

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