Forest Hill, St Saviour (Lieutenant Sydney Glasscock) War Memorial
St Saviour (Lieutenant Sydney Glasscock) War Memorial

Location:
St Saviour Church
Brockley Rise
Forest Hill SE23 1JN

UKNIWM Ref: probably 12219 descriptions to brief to positively identify

OS Map Ref: TQ350 730

Type: Tablet

Description: White stone tablet mounted placed on a black & white stone background with inscription in black lettering.

Inscription:
In loving memory of
Sydney Frederick Glasscock,
Lieutenant Tank Corps
aged 21 years

Who was killed in action during the memorable charge of
his regiment through the Hindenburg line on November 20th 1917
and was buried at Flesquieres France. He answered England’s call
on September 1st 1914 and served successively in the 20th Batt.
the London Regiment, 14th Batt. East Surrey Regt. and D Batt. the Tank Corps.

God made trial of him and found him worthy of himself” Wisdom III.5
Pro Deo et pro Patria

Wars Commemorated: First World War

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