Sydenham, All Saints WW 1 War Memorial
All Saints War Memorial

All Saints,
Trewsbury Road,
Sydenham SE26 5DP

UKNIWM Ref:12308

Map: Memorials of Lewisham Map

Type: Tablet

Description: Ornate marble tablet comprised of both white and coloured marble with black lozenge shaped insets and a gilded surround. At the top there is the cross of St. George to its left is inscribed IHS in white marble on a red surround, to the right in blue are the keys of St Peter. The names of the dead and dedications are inscribed in black on white marble.

In–Hoc–Signa–Spes–Mea + In–Hoc–Signa–Vinces

Also-Those-Killed-By-A-Bomb-During-An-Enemy-Air-Raid-On-19th May 1918

The memorial was unveiled by Lieut.-Gen Sir F. LLoyd on Thursday 28 September 1921, the dedication was by Rev. E. Noel Mellish V.C M.C, Vicar of St Marks Lewisham.

Architect: Mr Fellows Prynne

Wars Commemorated: First World War

Press Kentish Mercury 30 September 1921

Names: Click here for the names on this memorial.

Note: Additional detail on some of the names given on this memorial can be found on The Roll of Honour

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