Eighteen men of the congregation of Seven Kings United Methodist Free Church are commemorated on a brass plaque which is set upon a wooden mount and displayed in the transept of the church. The plaque has a decorative border and features an embossed rosette featuring the abbreviation of the verse from the Bible ‘John XI V25’, referencing the following passage: ‘Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die.”’
Seven Kings United Methodist Free Church Memorial Plaque
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|Name||Regiment||Year of death|
|Charles William Cocks||Mercantile Marine||1918|
|Clifford Edward Gilders||London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles)||1916|
|Dennis Alfred Earl||Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry||1915|
|Frederick Reginald Croker||Royal Flying Corps||1917|
|George Ernest Bodington||Lincolnshire Regiment||1918|
|Harold John Collin||London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade)||1918|
|Horace Henry Kesby||Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)||1918|
|Oliver Charles William Cocks||Royal Navy||1916|
|Sidney George Templar||London Regiment (City of London Rifles)||1917|
|Stanley David West||Essex Regiment||1917|
|William Barton Philip||London Regiment (London Scottish)||1915|
|William George Sivewright||Royal Sussex Regiment||1917|
|William H Grinham||Gloucestershire Regiment||1918|
|William Percy Morris||King's Royal Rifle Corps||1918|
|William Pettigrew Waller||London Regiment (London Scottish)||1916|
|William Thomas Chester Hart||London Regiment (Queen's Westminster Rifles)||1918|