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All Saints - WWII Candlesticks

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Conflict Commemorated:WWII

Address:All Saints Church

Parish:Barrowby

Locality:Alter All Saints Church Barrowby

Type of Memorial:Candlestick

Commisioned By:Parish

Materials Used:Lime wood, oak

Description:Two candlesticks, approximately 1295mm in height, placed in the sanctuary, either side of the altar. The candlesticks are square in section, and highly decorated on all sides. Each stick, on one side, bears an inscription, on a background of a scroll which is depicted as tumbling down the length of the candlestick's shaft. Each candlestick has a bunch of dried bullrushes tied to it.

Inscription:[Right candlestick:] 1939 - 1945 WILFRED COY LANCE CORPL. C.M.P. TIMOTHY GEORGE FOSTER PEGG LIEUTENANT R.A. ARTHUR FRANK TREGARTEN MAJOR CAPTAIN WILTSHERE REGT. GEORGE EDWARD NEWTON FLIGHT LIEUT. R.A.F. ARTHUR PARKES BOMBADIER - R.A. [Left candlestick:] 1939 - 1945 GERALD EDWARD TATCHELL MAJOR LINCOLNSHIRE REGT. JOHN CHARLES TURNEY LEADING SEAMAN R.N. JOHN EDWARD THOMPSON PIM M.B.E. MAJOR LINCOLNSHIRE REGT.

Notes:Approved at a meeting of the PCC on 06/02/1948. The seal was affixed on 07/04/1948.

Sources Used:Faculty Book 20

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