Memorial Details

2015
Photo: James Pasby

Memorial

Plaque Parish 1914-18 St. John the Baptist

Reference

Q2.06

Place

QUEBEC

Map ref

NZ 177438

Original Location

Church of St. John the Baptist, Front Street. On south wall. (Closed)

Present Location

Church of St. Michael and All Angels at Esh

Which war

1914-18

Memorial Description

Plaque approx. 18 inches high x 12 inches wide, on oak pattress.

Materials used

Brass on wood

Inscription

This Window & the Memorial Tablets / were erected to the honoured memory / of the men of this Parish who died / for England in the Great War, 1914 1918

Names

Notes

1. The church closed in February 2011.

2. 2015 -The church has been converted into a house

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photos: James Pasby; John and Mavis Dixon

The Monumental Brasses of County Durham William Lack, H. Martin Stuchfield and Philip Whittemore 2002 ISBN 095 4327101

External web link

Research acknowledgements

John and Mavis Dixon; Dorothy Hall; Durham Diocesan Office; Anne Lawlor, Hamsteels History group.

Research In Progress

All the names on this memorial have been researched. See Every Name a Story entries.

Plaque Parish 1914-18 St. John the Baptist (Q2.06)

 
QUEBEC  St.John the Baptist Church   
  
   This Window & the Memorial Tablets
   were erected to the honoured memory
   of the men of this Parish who died
   for England in the Great War, 1914 – 1918
   ----------------------------
  
   Pte.   Edward Rust, 4th Yorks Regt.
   “      George E. Suddes, Royal Marine L. Infy.
   “      Joseph Thompson. Somerset L. Infy
   “      William Hall, East Yorks Regt.
   “      Thomas McKenna, Tyneside Irish Brigade
   Cpl.   Jacob Crabb, King’s Royal Rifles
   Pte.   Robert Jackson, Tyneside Scottish Brigade
   Sgt.   Thomas Rippon,      “      “
   Cpl.   Arthur Keepin,      “      “
   Pte.   Fred Chaplin, Tyneside Irish Brigade
   “      Thomas Cave, Yorkshire Regt.
   “      John Walker, Tyneside Irish Brigade
   “      George Luke,     “    Scottish   “
   “      James Marley, 8th East Yorks Regt.
   “      Frank Chapman, Tyneside Scottish Brigade
   “      George J. Morralee,     “      “
   Gnr.   Mark Blenkiron, Royal Garrison Artillery
   Pte.   George Dodd, Northumberland Fusiliers
   “      William J. Barrett, Manchester Regiment
   “      Humphrey Walton, 2nd Yorks Regiment
   “      Charles Sadler, Tyneside Scottish Brigade
   “      John W. Black, King’s Royal Rifles
   “      Robert Hirst, East Yorks Regiment
   “      William Shaw, York & Lancaster Regt.
   “      George Cutmore, Tyneside Scottish Brigade
   “      Thomas Liddell, Northumberland Fusiliers
   “      Joseph Teasdale, Machine Gun Corps
   “      James Marriott, Royal Border Regiment
   “      Joseph Harbisher, Highland Light Infantry
   “      Joseph Edwin Jackson, Northumberland Fusrs.
NamesQ2.06    

    

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