Lewisham, St Saviour Catholic Church WW1 War Memorial
St Saviour and SS John Baptist and Evangelist RC War Memorial

St Saviour Catholic Church
175 Lewisham High Street
Lewisham SE13 6AA

UKNIWM Ref: 12271 and 17950

OS Map Ref: TQ 380 750

Map: Memorials of Lewisham Map

Type: Church Front

Description: Church front, with a pillar each side of main entrance door, above the door there is a mosaic of the Virgin and Child and over the portico there is a Calvary. On the outer wall on either side of the door are two marble tablets with the names of the dead and details of the unveiling ceremony.


(Over main entrance:)
Give them
Eternal Rest
1914 1918

(Left Hand Panel on outside wall:)
Of Your Charity Pray
For The Repose Of
The Souls Of The Men Of
This Church Who Died In
The Fight For Justice
And Liberty 1914-1918


(Right Hand Panel on outside wall:)
This Calvary Erected By The
Parishioners To The Memory Of
The Above-Named Officers And
Men, Was Unveiled By His
Worship The Mayor Of Lewisham
Allan Hume Nicholl, Esq. J.P
And Blessed By The Right
Reverend Peter Amigo Lord
Bishop Of Southwark 15
April 1919
J.B. Ward Rector

Wars Commemmorated: First World War

Ceremonies: Unveiled 15 April 1919 by Allan Hume Nicholl Esq. J.P the Mayor of Lewisham and blessed by the Right Reverend Peter Amigo Lord Bishop of Southwark

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