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Reference WMO/295088


St. Peter's Church

Ayot St. Peter Road

Ayot St. Peter

Welwyn Hatfield



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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Unknown Unknown
Lettering: Unknown
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A memorial board/roll of honour (probably wooden) formerly fixed to the outside of the then-named West Lodge, situated on a path from the estate to the church so that it could be viewed by the Wilshere family owners. Although permission had been granted by the owners to have the board removed from the lodge and moved into the church, it seemingly never materialised. All attempts to trace it have failed and it is therefore believed most likely to have disintegrated during the removal attempt. A typed transcription on paper survives which is kept with other documents inside the church.
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This is a copy of a Memorial Board formerly affixed / to West Lodge, opposite the Church of Ayot St. Peter. / FOR KING AND COUNTRY. / MEN FORMERLY LIVING ON THE ESTATE OR OTHERWISE CONNECTED WITH / THE FRYTHE. / [Names x 27] / GOD DEFEND THE RIGHT

George Allen, Lionel Allen, Percy Ambrose, + Alick Luther Baker, John Boston, + George Butterfield, James Day, Frederick Farr, Joseph Henry Fitt, + Ernest George Fitt, Septimus George Fitt, Francis Arthur Fitt, Arthur Freestone, Walter Freeman, Stephen Hattin, Arthur Harwood, + Randall Harwood, Cecil Harwood, Albert Harwood, Albert Hawthorn, + Walter Lawson, Frank Mayer, Charles Mardell, Frank Nickerson, Henry Preedy, Albert Usher, John Webb. [+ denotes those who died].

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