UKNIWM Ref: 12263
OS Map Ref: TQ380 750
Type: Roll of Honour in Wall Cabinet
Description: The memorial consists of a wall cabinet which holds a volume containing the names of more than 300 old boys who served in the war. The names of the fallen are inscribed on two side panels. After the first unveiling, flags were fitted to the memorial and a receptacle was provided to hold flowers.
Wars Commemorated: First World War
The memorial was unveiled on May 15 1923 by Lieutenant-Colonel Assheton Pownall, MP. Mr. A.L.G. Speechley read out the list of names of the 45 former scholars who died on the various fronts. A second unveiling took place on Empire day the following week by Lieut.-Colonel Eric Ball. Click here for details of the dedication service
Other References: Gregory, R.R.C & Nunn, F.W, The Story of Lee, London, 1923 pp 373. Illustration facing page 384
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