Aldworth


Memorial

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ID:WB501
UKNIWM:
Location:St Mary's Church
OS Map Ref:SU550790
Description:Stained glass window
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Inscription:
Of your charity pray for the repose of the souls of those men from this parish

Who fell in battle for their country in the wars of Our Lord 1914-1919


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Aldworth War Memorial – Dedication Service, 13 November 1921.

Newbury Weekly News, 17 November 1921

 

Aldworth

 

War Memorial – The unveiling and dedication ceremony took place on Sunday afternoon, November 13th, of a beautifully stained glass window to the memory of the men of Aldworth, who gave their lives in the great war. It was dedicated by the Vicar (the Rev A L Warner), and the unveiling was performed by four ex-Servicemen, three of whom had lost brothers in the services. A large number of ex-Servicemen and relatives of the fallen were present. The preacher was the Rev H B Phelips, of Compton. The tablet, bearing the names of the fallen, and placed outside the window was then unveiled, after which the “Last Post” was sounded. The names of the fallen are:- Arthur Dopson, Arthur Goodchild, Edwin Greenaway, Albert Hall, Thomas Lovelock, Jesse Marcham, James Marcham, Villiers Middleton, William Pinfold, Charles Smith and Henry Warren.

 


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25 June 1916
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