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Photo: Kevin Milburn


Roll of Honour 1914-18 1939-45 St. Robert R.C.




FENHAM (N'castle/Wingrove)

Original Location

St Robert’s Roman Catholic Church, Cedar Rd Wingrove district

Which war

a. 1914-18
b. 1939-45

Memorial Description

Roll of Honour. There is a red single line border. The words “Roll of Honour” are in a shallow curve at the top, with the Union flag underneath. Names are listed in two columns, in strict alphabetical order, regardless of which war in which they were involved. All is printed in Roman lower case lettering. At the bottom is an exhortation in Latin with the English beneath.

Materials used

Paper behind glass.


Roll of Honour Oremus pro nostris in proetio occisis Let us pray for our loved who have fallen in battle.


Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photo: Kevin Milburn

Research acknowledgements

Kevin Milburn

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Roll of Honour 1914-18 1939-45 St. Robert R.C. (F31.31)

FENHAM  St Robert’s Roman Catholic Church, Cedar Rd  Wingrove district


Roll of Honour

Charles Adams, Royal Tank Regiment,     Owen Hoban, Dunkirk, 1940
Dunkirk, 1940
                                        James McCullock, 1st/6th Battalion
Thomas Austin Barnes, Lancashires       Northumberland Fusiliers. Somme
The Somme 1916                          1916

Terry Barry, London Irish, Monte        John McCullock, H.M.S. Invincible
Cassino, September 1944                 Torbruk 1916

James Barras, the Border Regiment,      John McCullough, Coldstream Guards,
September 1944                          France 1944          

Gilbert Oswald Bryan, Royal             John Monaghan.  Missing Burma 1944
Northumberland Fusiliers, 1916
                                        John Rafferty 1st Battalion Royal
Albert Edward Burini, Royal Artillery,  Inniskilling Fusiliers, Gallipoli 1915 
WW 1/2  POW repatriated.  Died 1944.
                                        Thomas Regan, Cavalry, France 1916
James Callan, R.A.F 1942
                                        Thomas Regan, Malaya 1941 
Alfred Chapman, 18 years, 1st Battalion
West Yorkshire, Prince of Wales’ Own,   Robert Robson, Tyneside irish, France
Flanders 1916                           1916

James Devlin, France, 1918              Cresswell Rutter, 8th Armoured Tank
                                        Regiment, Corriano Ridge 1945
Albert Finlay, Northumberland Fusiliers,
Somme 1917                              Albert Thornton, Durham Light 
                                        Infantry, Somme 1916
Arthur Garvey, Green Howards
Flanders, 1917                          Harry Thornton, Royal Navy, HMS
                                        Bulwark, Coronel 1914
William Greenwood, Army, India, 1943
                                        George Wardle, Marine Commandos
Richard Head, R.A.F. Sicily 1942        Normandy, D-Day 6th June 1944

John Lynn, Merchant Navy,               Thomas Warwick, King’s Own Scottish 
Atlantic Ocean, 1941                    Borderers, Burma 1944.


Oremus pro nostris in proelio occisis
Let us pray for our loved who have fallen in battle.


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