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St. Mary the Virgin Church

Church Lane




LE15 9DN


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Beautifully illustrated, glazed and framed paper roll of honour with gilt border. Internal gilt border has roundels at each corner containing a cross on red background. The central parts of the left and right borders have a lozenge containing Biblical quotations. The top and bottom borders are overlain with laurel wreaths containing further inscriptions. Names of those who served are in two columns, shown by rank/name/service. Names of the fallen marked by a gold cross within square background.
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Parish of Morcott / Roll of Honour / (within wreath) FOR / KING AND / COUNTRY / NAMES OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES DURING / THE GREAT WAR / 1914 - 1919 / [Column 1: Names x 27; Column 2: Names x 34, plus 1 at foot] / The names of the fallen marked + / (within wreath) "TO LIVE IN / HEARTS WE / LEAVE BEHIND / IS NOT TO DIE" / (Left lozenge) Fight / the / good / fight / (Right lozenge) Hitherto / hath / the Lord / helped / us.

Column 1: G R F Rowley, Arthur Thompson, Albert E Wilson, Norman G Hinch, Francis J Drake, Joseph Freeman, John T smith, George L Taylor, David Berridge, John R Drake, Oscar Farrant, John Freeman, Albert E Joyce, Owen J Veazey, Benjamin Freeman, Stanley Hinch, Robert G Warner, George W Anderson, William Bagley M.M., + Herbert Berridge, Christopher P Brampton, Trevor C Brampton, Frederick Browett, Freeman Browett, John T Christian, Frederick J Curzon, Harold A Curzon. Column 2: Archibald T Drake, + Cecil E Drake, William G Drake, Daniel Freeman, + George Gore, Roland Hill, Albert Joyce, + Edmund A Joyce, Edward Joyce, Leonard N Joyce, + Neville E Joyce, Owen J Joyce, Sydney Joyce, William Joyce, + Ernest Kirby, John E Kirby, William Lea, Charles Lowe, Ernest W Meadwell, Frederick J Meadwell, + Robert S Meadwell, + William N Shelvey, William W Snart, Arnold W Stonex, Frederick G Taylor, Matthew K Taylor, Charles E Tyers, Elijah Tyers, Edward J Tyler, Victor C Veazey, Harold J Veazey, Charles W Wade, William Warner, + James Woodward. Foot: Marion Thompson.

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