Copley-Internal Memorial

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Reference WMO/288989


Village Hall


DL13 5NA


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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)
About the memorial: Brass Plaque seemingly designed to look as though it is attached to a brick wall. The plaque is divided into three sections by ornamented columns, each topped by an elaborated arch topped by stylised oak leaves which bears the dedication in elaborate lettering.. The left hand section contains the names of the fallen in a single columns. The right hand section contains the names of those on home service. The central section contains the names of those who served overseas in two columns. The names are all in elongated sans serif capitals. At the bottom is the quotation in elaborate lower case lettering. The Village Hall was known as the Literary Institute until 2003.
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Erected to the memory of the / men from Copley Village & District who served / in the Great European War. Those who have fallen /[names]Those who have served overseas/[names] / Those on home service/[names]/ For the delight of God and the benefit of this land be steadfast and trusting in all things without end / And I command all true men to help each other. Right for to do and Right for to receive

The fallen- Pte Cross T 13th D.L.I,/ Pte Dixon G A 12th N.F./ Pte Dent N 1st G.G./ Pte Lowe E 4th Dorsets/ Pte Robinson S 1st G.H./ Pte Rose T 2nd Yorks/ Pte Sowerby B 10th D.L.I./ Sap Waters G H R.E.

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