Memorial Tablet - St Giles - Northleigh, Devon
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N 50° 45.412 W 003° 08.491
30U E 490018 N 5622798
Quick Description: WWI memorial tablet in St Giles' church, Northleigh.
Location: Southern England, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 5/8/2022 12:47:56 AM
Waymark Code: WM1654C
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Grahame Cookie
Views: 3

Long Description:
WWI memorial tablet in St Giles' church, Northleigh. The memorial consists of a white marble tablet in a moulded brown marble frame. Below an outline of a Latin Cross are the inscriptions and names infilled with black.

The inscription reads -
🕆
TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN THANKFUL REMEMBRANCE OF
THE MEN CONNECTED WITH THIS PARISH
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE
GREAT WAR 1914- 1918.
(10 NAMES)
" THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE."


Names on memorial -
Francis Roland Abbott,
Dennis Baily,
Howard Bazley,
Hermon John Bishop,
William James Day,
Percival Durbin,
Seth Loveridge Durbin,
William George Hawkins,
John Thomas Jewell,
Leslie Northcote Thompson.
Private or Public Monument?: Private

Name of the Private Organization or Government Entity that built this Monument: Not Known

Geographic Region where the Monument is located: Europe

Website for this Monument: [Web Link]

Physical Address of Monument:
St Giles
Northleigh, Devon England
EX24 6DE


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Date the Monument or Memorial was built or dedicated: Not listed

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