Memorial Details

NEWMP Memorial Image
Photo: Tony Harding


Plaque 1914-18 School





Map ref

NY 802478

Original Location

The school, (Closed).

Present Location

St.Mark's Church at Ninebanks by the font.

Which war


Memorial Description

Plaque of white marble 57.5 cm high x 35.5 cm wide in pink alabaster frame 72.5 cm high x 49.5 cm wide. The names are listed in a single column, with those who died identified by a cross to the left of the name. All lettering is in sans serif capitals.

Materials used



Roll of honour of old / scholars who served in / the Great War 1914-1918


Present condition



1. This memorial was placed in the Church after the school was sold. Then the church was closed. On enquiry as to why the plaque had not been placed in the chapel, the reply was “because it had been in the church”.

2. The memorial was rescued by Mr. and Mrs. Myers of Carrshield, who keep it in their garage.

3. In 2017 it was taken into St.Mark's Church in Ninebanks.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photos: Tony Harding; Dorothy Handcock; Roger Morris

Research acknowledgements

Dorothy Handcock; Janet Brown; Tony Harding; Roger Morris

Research In Progress

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Plaque 1914-18 School (C12.01)


   Roll of Honour of old
   scholars who served in
   the Great War 1914-1918
     W. Batey
     A.B. Bell
     J. Elliott
   + M. Elliott
     R. Elliott
   + T. Elliott
     J.G. Fairless
   + J.W. Fairless
     W. Gee    A. Johnson
     M.E. Golightly
     M. Jackson
     W. Jackson
     J. Liddell
     T.B. Short
   + J. Swindle
     J.W. Swindle
   + killed

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Parish Notes

Every Name A Story