Memorial Details

NEWMP Memorial Image
Photo: Sharon Vincent

Memorial

Plaque 1914-18 Holy Trinity

Reference

S140.098

Place

SUNDERLAND

Map ref

NZ 405571

Original Location

Holy Trinity, Church Street East (Old Parish Church). (Closed)

Which war

1914-18

Dedication, Creation or Publication date

5th May 1919

Memorial Description

Plaque of popular design 3 feet high x 2 feet wide set in a moulded wood frame 4 inches wide. There is a border of string design culminating in roundels contained a star shape in the corners. The top of the panel is arched, with the spandrels being hatched. The names of those who died are in a box at the top of the names. The names of those who served are listed in three columns. All lettering is in black Roman capitals with some red initials.

Materials used

Brass

Inscription

To the / imperishable memory / of the gallant dead / and in honour of all others / connected with this mission who served their / God, King and Country / in the Great War of Freedom 1914-1919 / this tablet is inscribed this 5th day of May 1919.

Names

Sculptor, Artist or Designer

Cowell & Gatiss, Sunderland.

Notes

1. The church is now managed by The Churches Conservation Trust.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photos: C. Sanders; Sharon Vincent; ABRC (Copyright)

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

External web link

Research acknowledgements

C. Sanders; Dorothy Hall; Sharon Vincent; Anne McNair (Advisory Board for Redundant Churches); Alan Vickers

Research In Progress

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Plaque 1914-18 Holy Trinity (S140.098)

 

    
   To the 
   imperishable memory 
   of the gallant dead 
   and in honour of all others 
   connected with this mission who served their 
   God, King and Country 
   in the Great War of Freedom 1914-1919 
   this tablet is inscribed this 5th day of May 1919.
  
   FALLEN
   W. Crossley    J. Doneathy    W. Crystall 
   W. Davis       J. Nelson      W.E. Moran 
                  J. Snowball
  
   SERVED
   Adey G.           Harvey M.       Pegman T.
   Adey Z.           Hazard J.G.     Pescod D.
   Avis E.G          Huggins A.      Pickering R.E.
   Barnes T.W        Huggins T.      Potts F.
   Barnett S.        Hunter E.       Potts J.
   Brown E.          Jackson J.F.    Potts W.
   Brown T.          Jackson M.B.    Ramsey W.
   Brown W.          Jones J.        Reece D.
   Bulmer T.         Kelly J.        Sayers T.
   Bulmer J.H. Jun.  Kelly R.        Shinfield T.B.
   Burnella J.E.     Kelly W.        Smith W.
   Burns J.H.        Lincoln R.L.    Snowdon T.
   Campion R.        Lorenzen D.     Souter R.
   Carter N.W.       Lorenzen T.     Sydney A.
   Carter N.W. Jun.  Maddison G.     Sydney H.
   Charlton W.       Maxwell J.      Tate R.
   Clark J.          Maxwell W.      Tawse C.T.
   Clark T.          Mackie J.       Taylor T.
   Comack R.         McCain James    Thompson John
   Crosby R.         McCain John G.  Thompson John G.
   Crosby T.         McCain W.       Thompson R.
   Crossley A.       McCanna J.T.    Thompson W.
   Crystall J.       McKimby G.      Thornton A.E.
   Crystall P.A.     Miller J.W.     Thornton J.W.
   Crystall Richard  Milley A.       Wake W.
   Crystall Robert   Moran W.        Wheldon J.
   Deans J.H.        Nelson C.       Wilkinson H.
   Donovan W.        Nelson S.       Wilkinson J.
   Douglas W.        Nelson T.       Wilkinson R.
   Elliott J.W.      Parker H.       Willis W.
   Farrer J.         Parker W.       Wiper J.
   Forrest H.        Pegman S.
NamesS140.098   

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