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Memorial

Communion Table 1914-18 Wesleyan Methodist

Reference

N59.04

Place

NEWBOTTLE

Original Location

Wesleyan Methodist Church

Which war

1914-18

Dedication, Creation or Publication date

Unveiled 31st August 1922 by Ernest Jeffrey, B.Sc.

Memorial Description

“Massive” oak communion table, 2 chairs. There is a plaque mounted on the table bearing the dedication.

Materials used

Oak

Inscription

To the glory of God and in grateful memory of the men who unselfishly gave their lives for us in the Great War 1914-1918, also in appreciation of all others who served and in thankfulness for God’s protecting care.

Names

Present condition

Building demolished. Fate of table not known.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Durham County Advertiser 01/04/1921

Auckland and County Chronicle 01/09/1922 reports unveiling.

Durham Chronicle 01/09/1922 reports unveiling.

External web link

Research acknowledgements

Fitzhugh Collection, Middleton in Teesdale; James Pasby; Dorothy Hall; David Sloan

Research In Progress

David Sloan is researching the names on this memorial. Contact: david.sloan@btinternet.com

Communion Table 1914-18 Wesleyan Methodist (N59.04)

 
NEWBOTTLE  Wesleyan Methodist Church
  
The layout of this memorial is not known.  
The following has been extracted from a newspaper report.
  
  To the glory of God 
  and in grateful memory 
  of the men who unselfishly 
  gave their lives for us in 
  the Great War 1914-1918, 
  
  Fred Baggott
  Norman Coulson
  George Gates
  John Hinton
  James Hinton
  Arthur Laver
  Albert Moss
  Fred Murray.
  
  also in appreciation of all others who served 
  and in thankfulness for God’s protecting care.
NamesN59.04    

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