Memorial Details

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Memorial

Plaque 1914-18 St. John

Reference

C27.02

Place

CHEVINGTON

Map ref

NZ 250998

Original Location

St. John's Church

Which war

1914-18

Memorial Description

Plaque 36 inches high by 31 inches wide. There is a plain single line border, inside which the names are listed in three columns, divided by single vertical lines, with the ranks used as sub-headings. The lettering is in Roman capitals .

Materials used

Brass

Inscription

This tablet was erected / by the Parishioners of Chevington / to the Glory of God and in / memory of the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and / men of the Parish who fell in the Great War 1914-1919

Names

Who commissioned

Parishioners

Notes

1. This plaque was cleaned and moved within the church in 2004 and is now next to the RAF Memorial Shield.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photo: D. Riches

Diocese of Newcastle Faculty No. 691, 17/08/1920

St.Johnís Review (Parish newsletter) March 2004

By the Green of the Spring Ė A tribute to the men of Chevington and Broomhill who served in the First World War J.H. Hardy, published by the author.

Research acknowledgements

Mr. S.C. Knox, North Broomhill; Sally Bird; East Coquet Local History Society; Bob Allan; John Hardy

Research In Progress

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Plaque 1914-18 St. John (C27.02)

 
CHEVINGTON, St. John's Church.

    

    
  
   This Tablet was erected
   by the Parishioners of Chevington
   to the glory of God and in
   memory of the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and
   men of the Parish who fell in the Great War 1914-1919
  
   2nd Lieut.         J.R. Brown         A. McCloud
   J. Clarkson        R. Brown           C. McCloud
   J.I.Grey           M. Burge           W. McCloud
   T.A. Hetherington  J. Burn            E.L. Mackenzie
                      J. Chrisp          A. Mitchison
   Sergt.             J. Connolly        J. Moir
   G. Hakin           L. Connolly        J. Murrie
   J. Scott           E. Conroy          J. Nichol
   W. Smith           W. Cook            W.T. Oliver
   E. Thompson        G.T. Craigs        J. Patterson
                      J. Davidson        G.W. Purvis
   Corpl.             W. Dixon           J. Richardson
   V. Amos            R.H. Donkin        N. Richardson
   J. Buddles         A. Duff            G. Robertson
   G. Curry           J.G. Edmunds       R. Robertson
   J. Dalby           T. Edwards         A. Robinson
   J. Hacking         T. Edwards         E. Ross
   J. Harkins, M.M.   J.R. Elder         R. Ross
   J.W. Jeffrey       R. Foreman         G. Simpson
    J.R. Ross         J. Forster         R. Skelton
   J.A. Swan          N. Forster         D. Smith
                      J.N. George        T.W. Smith
   Lance Corpl.       W. Gillon          J.C. Snowdon
   R. Bell            H. Goward          J. Stanton
   D. Duncan          G. Hardy           J.C. Stewart
   A. Laidler         T. Harper          J. Tait
   W. Laidler         H. Hebron          J.R. Tait
   W.S. Lyall         T. Hedley          W. Tait
                      J.W. Henderson     A. Taylor
   Private            J. Hepple          G. Todd
   G. Anderson        R. Hetherington    R. Todd
   G.B. Avery         J.W. Hogg          G. Trueman
   G.H. Bates         J. Hunter          J. Urwin, MM, DCM.
   R. Bolton.         A. Johnstone       W.G. Wallace
                      J. Kerr            G. Westle
                      L.B. Kinghorn      H. Whitfield.
NamesC27.02

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