Memorial Details

NEWMP Memorial Image
Photo: J. Brown


Plaque 1914-18 Plashetts Methodist





Map ref

NY 839834

Original Location

Plashetts Methodists, which is now drowned under the Kielder Reservoir.

Present Location

Methodist and United Reformed Church Hall, Front Street Bellingham

Which war


Memorial Description

Plaque, 18 inches high x 3 feet wide, with elaborate raised edge, set in a plain wood frame 2 inches wide. All lettering and the edge design are raised. The names are listed in three columns, all lettering is in Roman capitals throughout.

Materials used

Bronze plaque in wood frame.


Plashetts / To the glory of God / and in honoured memory of the following / men who fell in the Great War 1914-1919.


Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photos: J. Brown; Tony Harding

Research acknowledgements

P. Thirkell; J. Brown; Tony Harding

Research In Progress

Alan Grint researched the names on this memorial in his book In Silent Fortitude: In Memory of the Men of the North Tyne Valley who Fell in the Great War; 2011; Ergo Press; ISBN 9780955751097:-Cogito books 01434 602555

Plaque 1914-18 Plashetts Methodist (B18.04)

BELLINGHAM, Methodist Chapel Hall.



   To the glory of God
   and in honoured memory of the following
   men who fell in the Great War 1914-1919

   Armstrong Frank        Hymers George          Rome John
   Darcy R. John          Harrison Richard E.    Steele Frank
   Dodd John              Inglis Christopher     Steele David
   Elliott Christopher    Jobling James          Welsh Thomas
   Elliott James Ormston  Jackson David          Wylie James
   Hymers John            Robson Matthew         ----------

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