St Alban's Church Memorial Plaque

St Alban's Church Memorial Plaque. Photo by Pat O'Mara.
St Alban's Church Memorial Plaque. Photo by Pat O'Mara.
St Alban's Church
Albert Road

A pair of stained glass windows at St. Alban’s Church in Ilford, commemorates 15 men of the congregation who served and died in the war. They feature an image of two British soldiers standing before Christ. Below is the inscription: ‘Looking unto Jesus, the Captain of their Salvation’.

The windows are accompanied by a brass memorial plaque, mounted on the wall between the windows. The plaque is decorated with a floral border and inscribed with an epitaph and the names of the 15 men of the congregation who died.

Based on research by Patrick O’Mara

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Find out more about some of the individuals featured on this memorial by selecting from one of the names below.

To view a complete list of every individual commemorated on this memorial, please click on the memorial inscription link above.

Biography available.

Name Regiment Year of death
Alfred Comben Dorsetshire Regiment 1917
Arthur Clarence Bouts Essex Regiment 1918
Arthur William Byford Royal Irish Rifles 1917
Bertie Maurice Hewlett Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry) 1920
Charles Edward Fuller Royal Horse Artillery 1917
Charles Wiffen Wiltshire Regiment 1917
Frank Greest Gaisford London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles) 1918
George A Guyton Essex Regiment 1917
Gregory Albert Drake Middlesex Regiment 1916
Leonard Charles Rogers Royal Garrison Artillery 1918
Montague Smith Furness Royal Field Artillery 1917
Reginald Evan Spencer London Regiment 1916
Thomas Kusel Sursham London Regiment 1915
Walter John Rogers London Regiment 1915
Wilfrid John May West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) 1917