St Francis of Assisi School

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Reference WMO/282541


St Francis of Assisi Church

City Road

Kitt Green




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: According to a local community website, the school was converted to a church in the 1960s. One may reasonably assume that the memorial therefore remained on site, but local conifirmation would be welcome. A commercially-produced, colour-printed large paper sheet showing prints of King George V and Queen Mary in the centre, surrounded by Union flags and symbols of the Royal household. On each side are pillars bedecked with hanging laurel leaves, at the top and bottom of which are shields representing Australasia, India, Canada, and South Africa. In the centre at the bottom is a lion surrounded by a laurel wreath, below which are the flowers of three of the nations of Great Britain - roses, daffodils, and shamrock - the thistles were perhaps beneath them, but the sheet has been damaged around its edges, and both the top and bottom have been cut down. Beneath the commercially-printed wording at the top of the central panel of the sheet the names of those who fought have been written in longhand in three columns. At the bottom of the third column is a lined-off group of six names under the heading 'Killed in Action' - five of the names are also on the main list.
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Roll of Honour/ Names of Old Pupils of the School who are Serving/ King and Country in the Great War/ Names in three columns/ At the bottom of the third column: Killed in Action/ 1 name/ Killed in France/ 5 names

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