Christ Church WW1

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Christ Church Episcopal Church

Kerse Lane




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Screen
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Reredos. The dedication is on a central nowy headed board- in the nowy head is a Latin cross in a wreathm, with the words 'In Memoriam' and the dates in a metal ribbon below, the rest of the dedication is painted. The names are on 2 painted boards below, in no discernible order. The WW2 names are on added boards on either side- WMO/277168
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+/1914 IN MEMORIAM 1919/Grant them O Lord eternal rest/And let light perpetual shine upon them

Left Hand Board- Neil McLauchlan/ Archibald McNab/ J. W. McKinlay/ H. W. McKinlay/ Jack Bishop/ Harry Strand/ Thomas Smith/ Charles Barron/ John McCulloch/ Arthur McLauchlan/ Charles Napier/ Robert Napier/ William Mills/ Peter Fleming/ George Fargie/ J. Dougall/ Hugh Connell Right Hand Board- Preston Fleming/ John McN. McGregor/ James Mays/ Henry Ison/ Alexander Baird/ Arthur M. Kennard/ W. Scott Moncrieff/ David Finnie/ Thomas Black/ William Laird/ Donald R. Fraser/ J. F. Whinchop/ James Hay/ William Galbraith/ James Hill/ Thomas Hill/ Alexander Smith

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