Lee, Northbrook School War Memorial
Northbrook School War Memorial

Northbrook Church of England School
Hedgley Street
Lee SE12

UKNIWM Ref: 12305

OS Map Ref: TQ 380 750

Type: Roll of Honour

Description: Roll of Honour contained within a carved wooden case with gilded names and inscription.

To The Glory Of God
1914 Roll Of Honour 1918

And Undying Memory Of The Brave

Wars Commemorated: First World War

The memorial was unveiled on Saturday afternoon, December, 18 1920 by Colonel Assheton Pownall, Member for East Lewisham, as a tribute to the 57 old boys of the school who lost their lives in the war. The Rev. R. Moddings Rector of Lee presided. Click here for more details of the Dedication Service

Designer/Built By: Mr. E. Gibbon was the designer, Mr. G. Chapman did the carving and Mr. Stanley Weston the gilding, they were all old boys.

Press: Kentish Mercury 4 March 1921

Other References:
Order of Proceedings for the Unveiling of the War Memorial
Gregory, R.R.C & Nunn, F.W. The Story of Lee, London, 1923, pp 374-375. Illustration facing page 352.

Names: Click here for the names on this memorial

WW1 57 Died
Total 57

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