Brockley, St Peter, Private War Memorials

St Peter Church, Wickham Road, Brockley, SE4 1LT

UKNIWM: 12366 Lt. HGL Golding

Map: Memorials of Lewisham Map

Charles Anthony Harding War Memorial

Type: Four Plaques and one tablet.


In Memory of
Charles Anthony Harding
Who died of enteric fever
at Kroonstad, South Africa. 29th January 1902
Aged 24
While on active service with Paget’s Horse
28th Company Imperial Yeomanry
Erected by comrades and friends.

Tom Stockham Travers War Memorial

In Loving Memory of
Tom Stockham Traver MC
Aged 27
Who gave his life for his country
in the
Holy Land Novr 7th 1917
Capt 20th County of London Regiment.


Walter Frederick Salisbury War Memorial

In Sacred Memory
2nd Lieut Walter Frederick Salisbury
28th Battn London Regiment (Artists Rifles)
Killed in action at Cambrai December 30th 1917
In his 28th year
Interred at Marcoing
Elder son of Mr & Mrs Walter S Salisbury
and the beloved husband of Isobell Phyllis Mary Salisbury
“Not Death But Life”.


Derrick Allan Kirkpatrick PileWar Memorial

Proud &
Derrick Allan Kirkpatrick Pile
Killed in Action at Ploegsteert Flanders
27th 1914


Harold Gordon Lancelot Golding Memorial

To The Glory Of God
And In Proud And Loving Memory Of
Harold Gordon Lancelot Golding
Lieutenant XXXV Sikhs
Who Died On Active Service In Palestine On 3rd December 1920
Aetat XXll Years
Interred At Ramleh Cemetery Palestine
An Old Colfeian He Was Gazetted To The South Lancashire
Regiment From The Artists Rifles In December 1916 And Served
With The 8th Battalion In France And Flanders Until Severely
Wounded In Ivly 1917
In 1918 He Was Attached To The 16th Devons And Campaigned With
Them In Palestine And In The Great Advance In France
Appointed To The Indian Army He Joined The XXXV Sikhs At
Peshawar In January 1919 And Took Part In The Operations
In Afghanistan And Waziristan
“Vntil The Great Reveille”

Press: Report of unveiling of Harold Gordon Lancelot Golding's memorial in Kentish Mercury 9 December 1921 page 6

Four brass wall mounted plaques, one in the shape of a cross, and one white marble tablet mounted on a green marble frame.

Wars Commemorated: Boer War and First World War

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