Sydenham, Congregational Church-In-The-Grove WW1 War Memorial

Site of Church
Jews Walk

UKNIWM Ref: 12256

Map: Memorials of Lewisham Map

Type: Brass Tablet placed on west wall of the old church, with 17 names inscribed.

"This tablet was erected by the church and congregation in proud and loving memory of those of their congregation who died for their country in the Great War 1914-1919"
"These men were very good to us, and we were not hurt" I Samuel 25

Wars Commemorated: First World War

Press: Borough News 31.12.1919

Ceremonies: The tablet was unveiled on 20 December 1919 by Mr. Joseph Hawkridge at a special service at which the minister the Rev.D. J. Nicholas, B.D. officiated. The Mayor of Lewisham, Councillor Harry Chiesman J.P., M.B.E was present together with a number of Councillors.

Private W Allen, 4th Royal West Kent Regiment
Sergeant G Anniwell, 3rd Leinster Regiment
Private Norman Baker
Corporal A Barlowe, King's Royal Rifles
Private H.A Brown, Queen's Westminsters
Private G Bushell, Royal West Kent Regiment
Lieutenant H Guy C. Coulson, Royal Marine Light Infantry
Private Eric W. Coulson, 20th County of London
Rifleman A.C Daniel, Queen Victoria Regiment
Private W Dehurst, East Kent Regiment
Company Sergeant-Major S.G Dunkin, Royal West Surrey Regiment
Second Lieutenant J Arnold Hawkridge, Royal Fusilliers
Corporal F Moss, Royal Fusilliers
Sapper G.S Roberts, Royal Engineers
Private J. Tucker, RFA
Sub-Lieutenant F.C. Weaver, RNVR Royal Naval Division
Rifleman A.J. Winter 6th City of London Regiment

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