2 edition of Roll of honour of the members who gave their lives for their King and country in the Great War. found in the catalog.
Roll of honour of the members who gave their lives for their King and country in the Great War.
British Medical Association
Written in English
|LC Classifications||D609 G7 B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
ROLL OF HONOUR OF MEMBERS OF THE LOYAL BLOSSOM OF FRIENDSHIP LODGE NO who served their King and Country in the GREAT WAR of Burgan J C Bidwell D Beevor W Bramhald D Jr Barstow G Barstow N Barstow W Breffit G A * Copley F Copley J A Copley E Jr Clarke D * Casey J Crapper H Cockerham J C Clarke A E Goldring E Goldring J Green G. 03 September THE LATE PRIVATE JOHN WIGGAN OF SKIPTON. Interesting Letter Written Shortly Before his Death. The following letter, which has just been received by us, was written by the late Private John Wiggan, of the 6th West Riding (Duke of Wellington’s) Regiment, and son of Mr. Stephen Wiggan, 28 Rowland Street, Skipton, shortly before he was killed in action in France on July 18th.
The library itself is a war memorial. A bronze plaque reads: On these walls and within this library / is erected our memorial to the former / students and staff members who gave their / lives in defence of their country during / the World War – / Recorded also are the names of those who / served at sea—on the land—and in the air. The Last Post: Being a Roll of All Officers (Naval, Military or Colonial) Who Gave Their Lives for Their Queen, King and Country, in the South African War, (Classic Reprint) [Dooner, Mildred G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Last Post: Being a Roll of All Officers (Naval, Military or Colonial) Who Gave Their Lives for Their QueenAuthor: Mildred G. Dooner.
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), SLINGSBY Anthony otherwise Anthony Edward King of Carla Beck Skipton Yorkshire died 15 July in Flanders killed in action Administration (with Will) London 27 October to John Arthur Slingsby cotton manufacturer and spinner. & CO. LMTD. / IN RECOGNITION OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR Roll, upper centre panel: IN / HONOURED / MEMORY / OF / OUR BOYS / WHO GAVE / THEIR LIVES / FOR / KING & / COUNTRY / (NAMES) Roll, lower centre panel: (6 NAMES) / ALSO / OF THOSE WHO / SERVED IN WORLD / WAR II / Remaining four panels: (NAMES).
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World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information "In loving and grateful memory of the men of this Parish who gave their lives for King & Country in the Great War Their names are here recorded to be held in honour for evermore".
In memory of the men of this Parish who gave their lives in the Great War Frame: 'S PARISH/ FOR GOD RIGHT KING & COUNTRY Central panel: Roll of Honour/ Names of the Men from this Parish who/ gave their Lives for God King & Country/ in the Great War - / (Names) Left panel: Roll of Service./ (Names) Right panel: Roll of Service./ (Names) Inscription legible.
yes Names on memorial Allman, A Allsop, F. ROLL OF HONOUR BURNLEY LADS CLUB IN MEMORY OF THOSE MEMBERS OF THIS CLUB WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR KING & COUNTRY IN THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR +++ (research by Andrew Gill) Original Silver Club Badge. lost their lives at sea in the second world war and who have no known grave.
it was dedicated on 30 july in the presence of h.m. queen elizabeth ii and h.r.h. the duke of edinburgh. honour roll: in memory of the men and women of sussex who gave their lives at sea in the service of king & country - and who have no known grave.
Roll of honour and roll of service for King and country University of St. Andrews Books Liverpool Scottish roll of honour: containing the names of those men of all ranks who gave their lives.
Wycheproof Honour Roll - FOR GOD KING AND COUNTRY WAR. PJPG. ERECTED TO THE MEMORY/OF OUR MEN / WHO GAVE/ THEIR LIVES IN THEIR DUTY/ TO GOD AND EMPIRE / IN THE GREAT WAR / Eight names engraved in black text on metal. WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR KING & COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR - LEST WE FORGET.
CHURCH. THIS EAST WINDOW IS DEDICATED TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR - Please note the names * do NOT appear in the church.
The names marked † do not appear on the village memorial. (Kelly's Directory of Sussex, ) The majority of the town & village memorials found in Sussex, originate from the 's and were placed there by the local parish committees and Urban District Councils of that period as a memorial to the local people who gave their lives for their King & Country in the Great War.
I have prepared this Record of the names of the men of our Company who served in the Great War, particularly as a further re- membrance of those of them who died for their King and Country. This list of names records the various branches of our business whence these men rallied in response to the great call.
ROLL OF HONOUR I ask the acceptance. Erected by the Bairnsdale Rowing Club in Honour and Proud Memory of the 57 Club Members who served in the AIF in the Great War [No names appear on this monument, but an honour roll with names exists in the East Gippsland Historical Society Museum].
These men of Barton – under - Needwood gave their lives for their. King and Country in the Great War BACH Alfred Rifleman (Pte) R/, 9th Kings Royal Rifle Corps died 14/1/ age Son of Charles and Alice of Barton Tum, Barton under Needwood.
Buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen France. Grants to support the repair and conservation of war memorials are available from the charity War Memorials Trust if it has raised funds. Support is focused on war memorials in Very bad or Poor condition or where there is a serious Concern.
ROLL OF HONOUR WITH FLAGS OF ALLIED NATIONS DEPICTED ON IT Inscription DARE ALL EXCEPT DISHONOUR/ ROLL OF HONOUR/ BURNLEY LAD'S CLUB/ IN MEMORY OF THOSE MEMBERS OF THE CLUB/ WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR KING & COUNTRY/ IN THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR /[names in 4 columns] Inscription legible. yes Names on memorial.
Memorials transcribed: HCI-SS-a (WW I): Bronze memorial; first names followed by surnames: — / Humberside Collegiate Institute /in grateful memory of the students and former students / of this school who gave their lives in the Great War / that truth and liberty might prevail / Dulce et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori (There’s no greater honour than to die for one’s country.).
Inscriptions on this War Memorial: To the glory of God and in memory of the heroes of thisparish who gave their lives in the Great War – For King,Country and Civilisation.
For King,Country. Roll Of Honour To The Honoured Memory Of Our fallen Benefactors The names of those who died The Following Also Served Their King And Country The names of those who served.
The memorial is mounted on two stone corbels with a stone backboard. The names of the 14 men who gave their lives. In June a Roll of Honour of those Blundellians who gave their lives in the Great War, the Great War and other conflicts during the past one hundred and fifty years was presented and blessed by the School Chaplain.
The Roll of Honour was a gift from Mrs Jacqueline Clough, in memory of her late husband Tom Clough. WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WARS Church memorial. Parish of Felmersham Grant Them O' Lord, Eternal Rest Roll of Honour.
The village memorial contains both WW1 and WW2 whereas the church memorial is solely WW1. FOR GOD KING & COUNTRY. Preview View Page. Roll Of Honour WW11 - Presbyterian Church, Karyrie ERECTED TO THE MEMORY/OF OUR MEN / WHO GAVE/ THEIR LIVES IN THEIR DUTY/ TO GOD AND EMPIRE / IN THE GREAT WAR / This plaque recognises the Wycheproof servicemen from State School No who served in the War.
The actual. Local Interest - Police Interest - Derbyshire Constabulary Roll of Honour members of the force who gave their lives for their king & country in The Great War The Bakewell Country Home Interiors and Collectors Auction 22nd January.
ALC-CL-a: (WWI) Bronze. / / “Our Comrades / Who / sixty-three in all / “Played the game” / Even unto death / “Their lives they risked and gave / Very soul of life to save / And by their own great valor / And the grace of God they won.” (quote from) John Oxenham. Two columns; given names followed by surnames.Clint & Wesley Roll of Honour The Following gave their lives for King & Country in the Great War Read More.A Memorial Service was held on Sunday morning at Dawdon Parish Church for 33 members and 5 sons of members of the Dawdon Lodge of the Durham Miners Association who have laid down their lives in the war.
The service was held at the request of the Lodge and the .