Memorial Details

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Photo: David Charlesworth


Roll of Honour 1914-18 Presbyterian





Original Location

Presbyterian Church (Closed)

Present Location

St. Philip and St.James Church.

Which war


Memorial Description

Roll of Honour, approx. 35 inches high x 26 inches wide, highly ornamented, on paper behind glass. There are pediments decorated with leaves and fruit at either side. Across the top are badges in laurel wreaths with flags behind. There are laurel leaf swags above the title. The names are handwritten in three columns, some of the names are boxed and it is assumed those are they who died. Initials are in gold, names in black.

Materials used

Paper behind glass.


Roll of Honour / Tow Law / Presbyterian Church of England.



1. This memorial was found in the Church cellar some years ago, when the building was being prepared for conversion to dwelling houses. Thankfully, the finder handed the Memorial over to the Local History Group, who kept it until a new home was found.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photos: Simon Raine; David Charlesworth

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Research acknowledgements

Fitzhugh Collection, Middleton in Teesdale; John and Mavis Dixon; David Charlesworth

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Roll of Honour 1914-18 Presbyterian (T57.05)

TOW LAW     Presbyterian Church


   Roll of Honour 
   Tow Law 
   Presbyterian Church of England.

   Alderslade, Thomas     D.L.I.    Hobson, Henry           R.A.M.C.  *Waugh, George        D.L.I.
   Boal, Frank            D.L.I.    Hunter, William T.Revd. ?          Waugh, William       R.G.
  *Bainbridge, John J.    D.L.I.    Boal,John               E.Y.       Welsh, Henry         D.L.I.
   Barlow, John           R.A.M.C.  Johnson, Stanley        D.L.I.     Welsh, William       Y.D.
   Beatie, Stanley        D.L.I.    Little, John            N.F.      *Welsh, George        Y.D.
  *Boal, William          L.B.      Laird, Henry            R.F.A..
   Chambers, Jacob                  Morgan, John            R.G.A.
   Christison B. Gordon.  C.S.R.    Morley, Fred.           R.F.A.
   Christison J. James    D.L.I.   *Morley, William         D.L.I.
   Colbert, Alexr.        R.A.M.C.  McMinn Thomas R.        N.F.
   Colbert, John          R.A.M.C.  Moodie, L.Robert        R.A.M.C.
  *Collingwood, Thomas M. D.L.I.    Myers, Ernest           R.A.M.C.
   Cowan, Charles         R.F.A.
   Cowley, William        R.M.P.    Naismith, Lt.Roy        D.L.I.
   Craggs, John           D.L.I.
   Craggs, William        D.L.I.    Parkin, Joseph M.       D.L.I.   
  *Crowe, Joseph E.       M.G.C.   *Peckett, James          D.L.I.
   Colbert, Harry         D.L.I.    Pye, William            D.L.I.
   Coughtrey, Fred.       D.L.I.    Parnaby, Gordon H.      ?TR
  *Dowson, Charles        D.L.I.    Robey, Robert           N.F.
  *Dryden. Armstrong      D.L.I.   *Richardson, George      ?
   Foster, Ernest         C.G.      Roberts Lt. Angus       D.L.I.
   Graham, Joseph J.      G.G.      Roberts, Lt. George D.  D.L.I.
   Hall, George                     Raine, George           R.G.
   Hall, John             R.A.M.C.  Sproats, William        D.L.I.
   Hall, William          D.L.I.    Smith, Joseph           7th D.
  *Hildreth, Charles      D.L.I.    Teasdale, George        D.L.I.
   Hildreth, Norman       D.L.I.    Teasdale, John B.       R.F.A.
   Hildreth, William      D.L.I.

   *These names are boxed on the original.

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