St Gabriel's Church Memorial Plaque

St Gabriel's Church Memorial. Photo by Redbridge Museum.
St Gabriel's Church
Aldersbrook Road
E12 5HH

A cast metal plaque at St Gabriel’s Church, Park Road, Aldersbrook, records the names of 58 men who died in the First World War. The plaque is framed in gold and features a gold cross at the top. The names of the dead, in gold lettering, are presented in two columns. Below the names is the epitaph: ‘Greater Love hath no man than this’, and comes from the longer verse which continues: ‘than to lay down his life for his friends.’

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Name Regiment Year of death
Albert Edwin Allnutt King's Shropshire Light Infantry 1918
Arthur Donald Looker Suffolk Regiment 1918
Arthur Thomas Dinn London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) 1915
Bertram Fussell London Regiment (London Scottish) 1916
Charles George Tait Mather Gordon Highlanders 1915
Charles William Greig Royal Air Force 1918
Christopher Charles Gordon Nickels Royal Air Force 1918
Cyril Bertram Leonard Gill Royal Navy 1917
Cyril Charles Cole Royal Air Force 1918
David Anderson London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles) 1917
Donald James Beavon Gloucestershire Regiment 1917
Edward John Charles McCutcheon Gordon Highlanders 1918
Francis George Main Royal Engineers 1918
Francis Illing Royal Fusiliers 1918
Frederick Nicholas Saunders Royal Field Artillery 1917
George Anton Dinn Royal Naval Transport Service 1916
George Lee Royal Naval Reserve 1916
George Thom Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 1915
Harold Bertram Pitts Honourable Artillery Company 1915
Harry Wallace Elgar Mercantile Marine 1916
Herbert Joseph Camp Essex Regiment 1917
Herbert Spencer McCutcheon Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 1917
Hugh Leopold Phillips Mercantile Marine 1915
Israel Charles Griffiths London Regiment (The Rangers) 1918
John Dowling Northumberland Fusiliers 1917
Leonard Arthur Plane Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 1915
Leonard Walter Last Norfolk Regiment 1918
Maurice Arthur Pritchard Shawyer Middlesex Regiment 1914
Montague Smith Royal Engineers 1917
Percy Alexander James Matthews London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) 1915
Reginald Alfred Needham Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1916
Reginald Charles Chapelle Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 1918
Reginald John Robins Royal Naval Reserve 1917
Richard Frederick Firth London Regiment (London Scottish) 1918
Richard Ralph Evans Royal Air Force 1919
Robert Scrivener Royal Fusiliers 1915
Roy Douglas Prior London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) 1916
Sidney George Clark London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles) 1918
Stanley William Bennett Royal Fusiliers 1916
Thomas Carlyle McCutcheon Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 1916
Victor George Bracher Nash Leicestershire Regiment 1918
Victor James Ayton London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers) 1918
William Charles Sherwood Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) 1918
William Edwin Shepherd Royal Navy 1916
William George Way Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1918
William Graham London Regiment (Queen's Westminster Rifles) 1917
William Howell Norman Leyshon Royal Fusiliers 1916
William James Griffiths London Regiment (Queen's Westminster Rifles) 1917
William Lesingham Rowland Labour Corps 1919
William Tempest Shaw Middlesex Regiment 1917
William Thomas Cundick Seaforth Highlanders 1918