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Memorial

Stained glass window Fallen 1914-18 St. Barnabas

Reference

J1.51

Place

JESMOND (N'castle/Jesmond)

Original Location

St Barnabas Church, Sandyford, Newcastle

Which war

1914-18

Dedication, Creation or Publication date

Dedicated 15th December 1918 by Rev. A. Thomas.

Memorial Description

Stained glass window

Inscription

To the glory of God and in memory of

Names

Sculptor, Artist or Designer

G.J. Baguley & Son, Lisle Street, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Illustrated Chronicle 13/12/1918 reports proposed unveiling.

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Research acknowledgements

Dorothy Hall

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Stained glass window Fallen 1914-18 St. Barnabas (J1.51)

 
JESMOND	St Barnabas Church

    
The layout of this memorial is not known
The following has been extracted from a newspaper 
report and has not been compared with the original
nor a good photograph.
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   To the glory of God and in memory of 
   Lieut. J.G. Nesbit, R.N.R., aged 28 years.
   Sergt. J. Denard, 2nd N.F., aged 28 years.
   Lance-Corpl. W.E. Carver, 9th D.L.I., aged 47 years.
   Air Mechanic J.G. Walton, R.A.F., aged 40 years.
   Pte. E.L. Reed, R.O.C., aged 22 years.
   Sapper A.J. Wardhaugh, R.E., M.M., aged 19 years.
   Pte. W. Muris, South Wales Borderers, aged 31 years.
   Pte. J.D. Gristwood, 16th N.F., aged 24 years.
NamesJ1.51	 

    

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