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St. Nicholas - Terence Genney Board


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Conflict Commemorated:WWI & WWII

Address:St. Nicholas' Church


Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Materials Used:Wood

Description:Two wooden boards, mounted on the north wall of the church. The board is unadorned aside from the inscription, which is carved in relief with the carved area coloured black.

Inscription:Upper Board: To the Memory of Terence Genney M.C. / R.A.F.V.R / Killed on active service 6th February 1941 Aged 44 Years / He Also Fought in France 1915 -1918 Lower Board: In loving memory of Malcolm Howard Genney RAF / Killed on active service at / Nakuru / 18th December 1941 / Aged 21 years.

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Last updated: 13 Dec 2016

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