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Destroyed (Erdington memorial chapel)

St Barnabas Church

Destroyed by fire on 4th October 2007.

Pype Hayes Memorial Stone and Garden

St Mary's Close

Granite obelisk in a small memorial garden. Bears 92 names from the Second World War. One from Croatia and two unknown, 95 in all.

Birmingham Mail and Post Employees

Trinity Mirror Printing

Two bronze plaques have been combined together - the upper circular plaque commemorates lives lost in the First World War and the bottom rectangular plaque commemorates lives lost in the Second World...

St Thomas Association Social Club WW2 Roll of Honour

St Thomas Association Social Club

A small brass plaque with one name and Roll of Honour for members of the club.

St Thomas Social Club WW1 Roll of Honour

31 Station Road

Roll of Honour with names of men from the club who fought in the Great War. Four names are identified as killed as a result of the war. The Roll of honour has a wooden surround with paper inlay and gl...

Stockland Green Methodist Scout Group

Stockland Green Methodist Church

Rectangular brass plaque mounted onto a wooden backboard. Incised inscription in black lettering scout badeges; scout neckerchief colours - blue/light blue and blue/yellow; scout tracking sign; engrav...

Province Of Warwickshire Masons

The Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire

This memorial panel was originally installed In the Warwickshire Masonic Peace Memorial Temple, Broad Street Birmingham. Subsequently it was within the Clarendon Suite, Stirling Road, Edgbaston. Curr...

St Barnabas Church WW1 (lost)

St Barnabas Church

This memorial was destroyed in a fire at the church.

Dunlop Rubber Company Tablet (Fort Dunlop Sports Pavilion - Demolished)

Tyrefort (DHL) Warehouse Car Park

Tablet surmounted by wreath with three mounted standards in relief on front face - Fort Dunlop site has been knocked down and replaced by an industrial estate and hotel. This memorial lies in the gras...

Lieutenant William Davies Featherstone WW1

St Barnabas Church

This memorial was destroyed in the church fire October 2007.

Stockland Green Methodist Church WW1 Memorial Plaque

Stockland Green Methodist Church

Rectangular brass plaque mounted on a wooden backboard. Incised inscription in black lettering laurel garland forms a border at the top half of the plaque.

St Thomas (the Abbey) Rc Parishioners - WW1

Erdington Abbey

Stone tablet.

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