Hindpool Road Congregational Church (Original)

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Reference WMO/279281

Address:

Trinity Church Centre

Abbey Road

Barrow in Furness

LA14 5JJ

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: 2 Brass Plaques, mainly black lettering, but some red lettering. The first plaque is for the fallen, the other for those who served and returned. Kept in store-not on display. See also WMO/279278 for the replacement plaque
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Plaque 1-This Tablet has been Erected/by the Members and Adherents of this Church/in Grateful Remembrance of those/who laid down their lives in the Great War/1914-1919/[names]; Plaque 2- Below are the Names of those Connected with this Church/who served their King and Country through the Great War of/1914-1919/and who by God’s grace were Spared in Return/[names in 3 columns]

Plaque 1-The fallen- COWPER WB PTE KINGS OWN ROYAL LANCASTER REGT 1915/ FREARSON CW PTE KINGS OWN ROYAL LANCASTER REGT 1916/ MILNE RC LIEUT ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE 1917/ ELLIOTT JW PTE KINGS OWN ROYAL LANCASTER REGT 1918/ WATSON A PTE ROYAL SCOTS 1918/ BEATT W GUNNER ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY 1918/ Plaque 2- The served- Column 1- ALEXANDER J/ BEATT G/ BRUCE C/ BRUCE R/ MILNE W/ MILNE J/ HUNTER D/ HUNTER A Column 2- ORMOND J/ SWINBURN TH/ WILSON JW/ MCIVER C/ MCIVER JG/ HEWSON H/ MCCARTNEY H/ MCCARTNEY L/ Column 3- MORLEY JB/ MORLEY A/ LEIGH A/ ROBINSON J/ PINNINGTON A/ FREARSON WG/ WATSON J/ SISTER E MILNE/

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