St Peter and St Paul Roman Catholic Church Memorial Plaque

St Peter & St Paul Roman Catholic Church Memorial Plaque. Photo by Pat O'Mara.
St Peter And St Paul Roman Catholic Church
342 High Road

A memorial at St. Peter and St. Paul Roman Catholic Church commemorates 46 men of the parish who died in the First World War. A pair of brass plaques, inscribed with the names of the dead, are mounted on either side of a three metre tall figure of Christ on the cross.

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Name Regiment Year of death
Arthur Edward Urlwin Lancashire Fusiliers 1918
Charles Cowley Dennis Royal Flying Corps 1917
Cyril George Treby East Surrey Regiment 1918
Daniel Crummey East Kent Regiment (The Buffs) 1918
Edgar A Rankin Essex Regiment 1917
Edward John Bland Gloucestershire Regiment 1916
Edward Victor Wells Haddy London Regiment 1915
Eric Maxime Couturier Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 1918
Francis William Hambley-Acheson East Lancashire Regiment 1917
Fritz Alexander Levey London Regiment (London Irish Rifles) 1918
George B O'Flynn Royal Air Force 1918
George L Quirk Royal Fusiliers 1917
Henry Alfred Pelham Royal Navy 1914
Horace J Corrigan Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) 1917
John Aloysius Guest Middlesex Regiment 1916
Maurice Stephen Baker King's Royal Rifle Corps 1918
Michael Fordham Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 1917
Samuel William Joseph Brocklehurst Tucker Norfolk Regiment 1918
Thomas O’Connor Reserve Cavalry Regiment 1919
William James Ewen Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 1918