St Peter's Church- Plaques

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Reference WMO/287783


St Peter's Church

19 High Road

Bushey Heath

WD23 1FG


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Brass Plaques, on the south wall of the nave of the Warriors/St George's Chapel (WMO/287882). There is a dedication plaque and 2 names plaques for WW1 (each of these with the names in 4 columns) and a single plaque for WW2 which has the names in 5 columns
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[unable to read from the images available, but the Church has transcribed the names]

WW1- Plaque 1- Column 1- William Adams/ John Andrews/ Walter Andrews/ Percy Andrews/ Harry Anthony/ Fred Baldock; Column 2- John N Bates/ Victor Bates/ Ronald Birkinshaw/ Frederick Bloom/ Leslie Carter/ Joseph Demmery; Column 3- William Field/ Alfred Fitch/ James Gadsden/ David Gibbs/ Glen Harland/ Frederick Harris; Column 4- Reginald Hill/ Herbert Horwood/ Arthur Hughes/ William Hughes/ William Humphreys/ David Keith Johnston/ Macfie Keith Johnston; Plaque 2- Column 1- Frank Lawson/ John Stanley Leeds/ John Loftus/ William Marshall/ Harold Montague/ James Murphy; Column 2- Charles Payne/ Maurice Perrin/ John Pope/ George Pritchard/ Christopher Rawlinson/ Frederick Ernest Riggs; Column 3- George Rodway/ Charles Rodgers/ William Rosson/ William Sewell/ Arthur Shepherd/ Bernard Stebbeds; Column 4- Alfred Waldren/ James Warby/ Joseph Ward/ Albert Thomas Wells; WW2- Column 1- R E Anthony/ M T Ayers/ N Beck/ R Bradshaw/ R E H Burton/ F D Byng; Column 2- R E Dawson/ T H Cochran/ R Duke/ G Foskett/ A H Green/ H Hallworth/ C E Hardy; Column 3- G Hardy/ S Hardy/ W Hembley/ D P R Hill/ P M C Hill/ M J Kelly/ H J Kimber Column 4- H J King; D Martindale; R Martindale; R L Nimmo; D Norrington; G Reid; Column 5- R E Shrosbery/ J E Simeon/ R M Smith/ V R Southworth/ R Trickett/ R H C Woodman

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