Lewisham, St Stephen WW1 War Memorial
St Stephen WW1 War Memorial

St. Stephen Church
Granville Grove
Lewisham SE13 5AF

UKNIWM Ref: 12268

OS Map Ref: TQ380750

Map: Memorials of Lewisham Map

Type: Wayside Cross surmounting octagonal base

Description: The cross is of Portland Stone with an inscription carved on the front of the Cruicifex.

Forget not on entering this church those who laid down their lives for their country. R.I.P. Thanks be to God who giveth the victory.

The cross was unveiled on Saturday 3 September 1921 by Lieut.-Col. Eric Ball. The service was led by the Vicar Rev. H. Baron Dickinson and the dedication was given by the Bishop of Woolwich.

Wars Commemorated: First World War

Press: The Borough News Wednesday, February 4, 1920, Kentish Mercury 9 September 1921

Names: No names on Memorial but the above article gives a list of names under the heading St Stephen’s Lewisham the following are the names of Sailors and Soldiers who have given their lives in the War. Click here for the names in this article

For further details of St Stephen's WW1 Casualties click here, information provided by Andy Pepper

Do you have more information on the people named on this memorial or the memorial? If so click here to contribute information.


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