South Woodford Congregational Church Memorial Tablet

South Woodford Congregational Church Memorial Tablet. Photo by Woodford Times Newspaper 15/08/1919.
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A memorial tablet at South Woodford Congregational Church, South Woodford, was unveiled on the 15th August 1919 to commemorate eight of the congregation who died in the First World War.

South Woodford Congregational Church was demolished in the early 1980s to make way for shops (in 2015 it was an M&S Food store). The tablet was thought to have been lost, presumably destroyed, around this time. Fortunately, an article published in the Woodford Times in 1919 marked the unveiling of the tablet and published the names of those who were commemorated.


Woodford Times 15thth September 1919

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Biography available.

Name Regiment Year of death
Alexander Frank Nicholson London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles) 1916
Alfred Hughes Brown London Regiment (Artists' Rifles) 1918
C T Cracknell Seaforth Highlanders 1916
Clement Arthur Powell Royal Navy 1915
George Thomas Webster Machine Gun Corps 1917
John Edwin Britton Mercantile Marine 1918
Leonard Cook London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) 1917
Leonard Walter Fuller Cameron Highlanders 1917
Leslie Cyril Dyer Royal Fusiliers 1917
Leslie Stuart Liddle North Staffordshire Regiment 1917
Sidney Herbert Liddle Royal Fusiliers 1917
Wilfred Fry London Regiment 1918
William Nunneley Canadian Pioneers 1916