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Men of Swineshead - WW1

Conflict Commemorated:Great War

Address:St Mary

Parish:Swineshead

Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Materials Used:Wood

Description:Wall mounted vertical rectangular dark wooden board with gold coloured Fleur de lis decoration to top edge broken at centre by red Cross of St George on shield device. Wide gold coloured frame around top, below decoration, and 2 sides only and shows grape and vine leaf design. Small wooden shelf to bottom edge. Centre field has dedication at top followed by names and prayer at base. Centre field board split vertically along entire length. Lettering is in gold. the memorial has the measurments 1500 x 850 x 60mm.

Inscription:IN GRATEFUL MEMORY/ OF OUR GLORIOUS DEAD/ AD 1914-1918/ JOSEPH ABBOTT/ G EDWARD ALLEN HERBET BECK/ WILLIS BECK / DICK BELL/ WILL BOOTH/ ARTHUR BROWN/ ALBERT BRADLEY/ HARRY BUFFHAM/ FRED P. CLARKE./ D. FREDERICK DALES/ DAVID F. COLLINS / ARTHUR ELLWOOD/ H. MAURICE FOX/ HUGH FRANCIS/ ALBERT GILDING/ RAYMOND GREETHAM/ FRANK S GREEN/ CHARLES HALL/ ARTHUR HOLLAND/ WALTER HILTON / STEPHEN HUBBERT/ AUDLEY JOHNSON/ H. KITCHEN SAMUEL KITCHEN/ WILLIAM MAY/ J H LUCAS / ARTHUR MARRIOT / ARTHUR W MIDDLEBROOK / WILLIAM E MILLINGTON / JAMES MOORE / HENRY PATTINSON / GEORGE RANDALL / FRANK RODGERS: M M / TAYLOR RAWLINSON/ FRANK SKILL/ ASHBOURNE D SHAW : M M / JAMES SIGGEE/ JOHN R. SIGGEE / WILLIAM SIGGEE / HARRY STEPHENSON / ERIC TAYLOR / WALTER TREVOR / GEORGE TYLER / THOMAS WADSLEY / CHARLES WALKER/ FRED WALKER / CHARLES WHITE / ERNEST OWRIGHT / OSBOURN WRIGHT GOD PROVED THEM AND/ FOUND THEM WORTH FOR/ HIMSELF

Transcription:IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF OUR GLORIOUS DEAD A.D. 1914 1918. GOD PROVED THEM AND FOUND THEM WORTHY FOR HIMSELF.

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 62091

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Michael Peck, CJ Anderson

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