Lee, Burnt Ash Congregational Church WW1 War Memorial
Burnt Ash Congregational Church WW1 War Memorial

Location: Burnt Ash Road Lee (church destroyed 1940 2nd church 1955)

Type: Plaque

Description: Roll of Honour on bronze tablet mounted on a marble base

To The Revered Memory
Of The Men From This Church
Who Gave Their Lives For Us

Then Said He ….My Sword I Give To Him
That Shall Succeed Me…My Marks And
Scars I Carry With Me To Be A Witness For
Me That I Have Fought His Battles Who Will I Now
Be My Rewarder….So He Passed Over, And All
The Trumpets Sounded For Him On The Other Side
J. Bunyan.

Wars Commemorated: First World War

The memorial was unveiled by Lieutenant-Colonel Assheton Pownall M.P, on Sunday morning 19 March 1922. The service was led by the Rev. Robert Anderson.

Other References: Gregory, R.R.C & Nunn, F.W, The Story of Lee, London, 1923, pp 366-368 Illustration facing p. 336.

Avery, William E., 16th Northumberland Fusiliers.
Catchpole, Edmund H., 16th Middlesex Regt.
Catchpole, Philip L., 16th Middlesex Regt.
Martin, Cyril B., 2/21st Batt. The London Regiment.
Martin, Eric S. B., Royal Navy.
Oakley, H. Bernard, 8th Batt. Rifle Brigade.
Osgood, Cecil W.,Canadian Artillery.
Prior, Alfred J., 6th Brigade Australian Imperial Force.
Richardson, Alex N., 1/15th Batt. The London Regt.
Westlake, Geoffrey A., 1st Batt. The City of London Regt.
Wootton, F. Stanley, 5th Batt., The City of London Regt.

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