Seven Kings United Methodist Free Church Memorial Plaque

Seven Kings United Methodist Free Church Memorial Plaque. Photo by Redbridge Museum.
Seven Kings United Methodist Church
Seven Kings Road
Seven Kings

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.”’

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Biography available.

Name Regiment Year of death
Bertrand Frederick Bass Gilders London Regiment (The Rangers) 1915
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
Frederic 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 Frank Snowdon London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers) 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 Henry 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