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Memorial

Stained Glass Window 1914-18 Trinity Wesleyan Methodist

Reference

W84.28

Place

WHITLEY and WHITLEY BAY

Original Location

Trinity Wesleyan Methodist Church

Present Location

The church was destroyed by enemy action.

Which war

1914-18

Dedication, Creation or Publication date

Unveiled 7th May 1922 by Mrs. Alfred Robson

Memorial Description

Stained glass window. The names are inscribed on the window.

Inscription

(Dedicated to members who fell)

Names

Notes

1. Pieces of the glass were placed in a casket and placed in St.Johnís Methodist Church, Monkseaton. The cartoon for the window was also put on display in Monkseaton.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Illustrated Chronicle 08/05/1922 reports unveiling.

Newcastle Weekly Chronicle 13/05/1922 reports unveiling.

Newcastle Daily Chronicle 08/05/1922 reports unveiling.

External web link

Research acknowledgements

Dorothy Hall

Research In Progress

Angela Conroy is researching the WW1 names on this memorial

Contact: 2014@newmp.org.uk

Stained Glass Window 1914-18 Trinity Wesleyan Methodist (W84.28)

 
WHITLEY BAY   Trinity Wesleyan Methodist Church
 
Window No. 1               Window No. 2           

    
   In loving memory           of the sons of this   
   Robert Norman Bell         Frederick Noel Coates 
   John Crombie Box           Frederick Gibbon 
   George Russell Brown       Arthur Cecil Kent 
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Window No. 3

    
   Church who gave their lives
   Aynsley Little             John Thomas Newton
   William Eric Little        Frank Melton Rea   
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Window No. 4               Window No. 5

    
  in the Great War            1914-1918.
  Frederick Albert Richardson Ernest Alfred Robson
  Pattison Reay Ridley        Ellis Thompson
  Charles Henry Robson        George William Wearmouth
NamesW84.28

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Parish Notes

Every Name A Story