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85 Dartmouth Park Road




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Altar or Altar Part
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
  • Iraq (2003-2009)
About the memorial: As part of a side Altar. The Altar was restored in 1971 In Memory of Claire Agnes Ault 1884-1967 R.I.P.
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Pray for These Men Who Gave Their Lives In The Great War 1939-1945 In Whose Memory This Chapel is Dedicated. Pray for These Men Who Gave Their Lives In The Great War 1914-1918 In Whose Memory This Chapel is Dedicated.

World War One.... John Abrahall, Herbert Alexander, Harry Andrews, Frederick Atkins, William Bailey, Percy Barnett, Arthur Bartlett, Willie Barton, Joseph Bateman, William Booth, Frank Boseley, Arthur Bowler Frederick Brinsmead, Ernest Buckeridge ,James Catley. George Chapman, Alfred Coe, Frank Coppett, Joseph Cox Edgar Davies, William Dobson, Frederick Edmonds, Percy Essex, Cyril Fleetwood, William Fletcher, Reginald Foglearde, George Franklin, Richard Glover, Arthur Gould, Blenman Grayfoot, Percy Green, John Hahn, John Hamer, Arthur Heberden, William Herring, James Hogg, William Hussey, Leslie Jeffreys, Lionel Jesse, Vaughn Jones, Sidney Jones, William Lawson, William Lee, Walter Le Feuvre, Henry Lewis, George Lowe Albert Martin, Percy Meacham, William Newbold, Cecil Owen, Charles Poole, Michael Palestrini, Arthur Pasmore, Frank Raynes, Sidney Raynes, Denys Rodgers Eustace Roof, William Ruddiman, William Scruton, Alfred Sewell. Sidney Sherwood, Walter Stafford, William Skinsley, Gerald Taylor, Cecil Thomas, Harry Trott, Frederick Tucker, Donald Tyson, Clifford Wale, Thomas White, Thomas Wickham, Charles Wood, Frederick Wood, John Wood, Edward Woodman, Andrew Wright, John Young..... World War Two.... Charles Cardwell, John Goy, William Kedge (PR), Stanley Parker, Philip Maxwell Parker, Also these women Maud Parker, Vera Silletoe, Mary Silletoe. Iraq Conflict.....James Brolan was murdered in Iraq a former Falklands Veteran murdered in Iraq details in photo and memorial. RED KNIGHT The Red Knight is a three dimensional crucifix covered with a lattice of war-torn buildings part of series of artworks by Gerry Judah created in direct response to contemporary global conflict another being The Crusader' which is displayed in the Main Exhibition Hall at the imperial War Museum North, Manchester Six years ago a member of the congregation of St Mary Brookfield was murdered in Iraq James Brolin had been solder in the Falklands war but by then he was a sound engineer with CBS Television News His death brought home to s al the personal cost of the conflict and reminder out of the need to continually work for peace Set is with great pleasure that we are able have the Red Knight hung in the church in tribute to James The initial reaction has been mixed but generally positive to have such a modern piece of sculpture et against Victorian Gaming background and contrasting with Ninian Comper in the Rood Screed and elsewhere here was always going to be controversial but that very controversy worthwhile ant makes us all ponder our own actions and attitudes Prebendary Guy Pope, St Mary Brookfield London

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