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SGW Fallen 1914-18 St. Andrew





Original Location

St.Andrew’s Church, on north side of the Apse.

Which war


Dedication, Creation or Publication date

Unveiled 22nd December 1919 by the Bishop of Durham

Memorial Description

Stained glass window.

A plaque 14 inches x 8˝ inches of copper mounted on wood carries the dedication and names.

Materials used

Cooper on wood.


(Dedicated to those who fell)


Present condition



1. The Parish church suffered bomb damage during 1939-45 when many of the windows were shattered. The church combined with Whitburn.

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Additional Research documents (click to download)

Research acknowledgements

Christine Buckham

Research In Progress

The names on this memorial are being researched by Peter Hoy. Contact:
Also Mrs. Christine Buckham, 52 Wheatall Drive, Whitburn, Nr. Sunderland, SR6 7HQ. 0191 5293007

SGW Fallen 1914-18 St. Andrew (M52.05)

MARSDEN	 St.Andrew’s Church 


The layout of this memorial is not known.
The following has been extracted from the unveiling
programme and has not been compared with the original
nor with a good photograph.


   David Blakey             Robert Maddison
   John Metcalfe Brown      Matthew Nicholson
   William Cooper Brown     Thomas Nicholson
   Edward Chapman           James Andrew Pearce
   Aaron Charlton           Thomas Frederick Pond
   Hubert Farrar            John Storey
   Norman Gouch             John Swift
   John Hutchinson Hart     John Crawhall Waller
   Andrew Hill              James Laverick Watson
   David Alexander Hill     John William Watson
   John Henry Hill          William Watts Wilson 
   William Lepine

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