Memorial Details

NEWMP Memorial Image
Photo: David Sloan


ROH 1914-18 St. Cuthbert





Original Location

St.Cuthbert’s Church

Which war


Memorial Description

Roll of Honour of pre-printed design set in a wood frame. There is a wide border of entwined oak leaves and acorns. At the top is a scroll bearing the exhortation. Down each side are shields depicting “the whole armour of God” from Ephesians 6 v 13-17: the helmet of salvation; the shield of faith; the breastplate of righteousness; the sword of the spirit and the belt of truth. At the bottom is another scroll bearing the words “Girt about with truth , your feet shod with the preparation of the Gospel of Peace”.
The names are handwritten and listed in four columns, with some of them adjusted. Those who fell are marked by a cross to the right. In the bottom right hand corner is the explanation of the initials used.

Materials used



Your prayer are asked / for those who have gone / to serve our King & County / by land and sea and air.


222 surnames and initials, medals earned. Not readable from photo. See E79.02

Present condition

Beyond repair.


1. This was missing. It was found during refurbishment and was in a condition beyond repair. A duplicate was made.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photo: David Sloan

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Research acknowledgements

David Sloan

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Parish Notes

Every Name A Story