The Blue School WW1

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The Blue School

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Status: Unknown
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Unknown
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Unknown
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: From 'Richmond and Twickenham Times', 23rd July 1921: "On Thursday, at the Isleworth Blue School, a carved oak tablet, in memory of old Blues who fell in the war, was unveiled in the presence of several of the governors, relatives of the dead men, and old scholars. The tablet, which is provided by the Education Committee, has four panels, on which are inscribed the names of fifty-four old boys who gave their lives. On the top are the words:- "In memory of men formerly of this school who gave their lives in the great war, 1914-19, " and at the bottom, "Their name liveth for evermore." The tablet is in one of the upstair rooms, and is flanked by portraits of Mr. Alfred Prior, the veteran head master, and Mr. Harry Turner, who succeeded him...."
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In memory of men formerly of this school who gave their lives in the great war, 1914-19. [54 names] Their name liveth for evermore.

A. Adamson, F. Adamson, A. Bigwood, E. Broadbear, E. Coleman, H. Coleman, J. Collier, P. Collins, W. Cooper, J. Connell, P. Davies, W. Denyer, C. Dell, A. Dowden, E. Fox, R. Fredericks, A. French, A. Fyfield, W. Fyfield, A. Goode, W. Griffin, F. Happs, W. Happs, H. Harris, S. Harris, P Hill, W. Hodnott, H. Jackman, W. Jones, W. Milner, J. Newill, C. Pink, W. Pocock, A. Pritchard, W. Puddy, W. Robins, A. Rodwell, J. Salt, A. Savage, W. Scott, L. Sealy, R. Sealy, A. Small, P. Tovey, F. Upton, E. Wells, F. Wells, P. Wackerill, W. Welling, G. Widgington, W. Willis, H. Wilson, W. Witcher, H. Woodman.

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