St Peter's Church Memorial Triptych

St Peter's Church Memorial Triptych. Photo by Redbridge Museum.
St Peter's Church Memorial Triptych. Photo by Redbridge Museum.
St Peter's Church
Aldborough Road North
Aldborough Hatch

The main war memorial at St. Peter’s Church, Aldborough Hatch, commemorates 19 men who died in the First World War. The memorial is located within the church to the right of the church organ and takes the form of a wooden triptych (a work of art comprised of three panels hinged together).

The glazed, framed centre panel features a painting of a mourning woman dressed in black, standing beneath a plaque inscribed with an epitaph. The names of the fallen, in gold lettering, are listed on the black painted doors on either side: ten on the left hand leaf and nine on the right.

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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
Alick Guyer Aylmer Aylmore London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles) 1918
Arthur Charles Woolmore Essex Regiment 1916
Bernard William Finn Essex Regiment 1916
David Cable Bedfordshire Regiment 1916
Edward John Pye Royal Fusiliers 1917
George Crosby Essex Regiment 1917
Gerald William Hall Essex Regiment 1915
Herbert George Palfrey Suffolk Regiment 1918
Stanley G Freshwater Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 1917
Stephen J Shaw Essex Regiment 1917