Stanley John Derby Curnow is commemorated at St. Andrew’s Church in Ilford. The memorial takes the form of a stained glass window depicting what appears to be St. Andrew (wearing the cross of St. Andrew) with a child carrying a fish and a loaf of bread. This probably depicts the biblical story whereby Jesus miraculously feeds a crowd of 5000 people with only five loaves of bread and two fishes. It was the disciple Andrew who found a boy with the loaves and fishes and presented them to Jesus. As the church is dedicated to St. Andrew, the window depicts one of the major stories featuring the saint.
Stanley John Derby Curnow Memorial Window
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|Name||Regiment||Year of death|
|Stanley John Derby Curnow||East African Mounted Rifles||1915|