Richmond British School

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Vineyard School

The Vineyard


TW10 6AZ


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Status: Unknown
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Unknown
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Unknown
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A brass memorial tablet, dedicated 9th April 1921 and displayed on the wall in the school hall. Details from the Richmond Herald, 16th April 1921, and the Thames Valley Times, 13th April 1921.
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Richmond British School / Roll of Honour / Teachers and Old Scholars / who gave their lives for King and Country / in the Great War 1914-1919. / Masters / [4 names] / Scholars. / [43 names in 3 columns] / Their name liveth for evermore.

Private Albert E. Beaumont, Sergeant Hermon H. Figg, Lieutenant Albert E. Rainbow, Sergeant Charles Southwick, Robert W. Abell, Private Albert Edward Arnold, Private Arthur J. Arnold, Private Edward C. Bannks, Private Kenneth L. Baxter, A.M. Sidney Baxter, Private John C. Bennett, Signalman William Bex, Private Albert Booth, Private Robert W Bowell, Private Frederick S. Bundle, Private Frederick H. Chatfield, Corporal Ernest C. Courtney, Private Herbert C. Courtney, Corporal William Davey, Private Eden H. Davis, Corporal Arthur Driver, Lance-corporal Reginald Dutton, Trooper Edwin C. Dutton, Private Herbert Franckeiss, Gunner Arthur L. Green, David C. Hamilton, Private Percy Hatton, Captain Norman Harrison, Private Max L. Honig, Sergeant Harry J. Inman, Captain Harold W. Joel, Private Percy D. Kentrzinsky, Private Robert Lomas, Frank Lenzer, Lieutenant Victor Marsh, Private Reginald A. Palmer, Lieutenant Gilbert Rippon, Sergeant Charles Royston, Private Eric Skelton, Privte Reginald F. Swingwood, Lance-corporal John W. Swingwood, Private George Steere, Private George R. Stone, Private Frank Tasker, Private George F. Veale, Private Cecil F. Watkins, Sergeant Harold E. Whetman.

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