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Underwood - St Michael's and All Angels Church

Memorial plaques of men killed in both world wars on the exterior wall of St Michaels and All Angels Church Underwood

UKNIWM Ref - 26955 and 26956

St Michael and All Angels, Church Lane, Underwood. The memorial comprises a clock (WMA 26956) and east window (WMA 26955). A tablet recording the names of those who died was erected on the outside of the church on the east wall. Dedication: 'This public clock was voluntarily subscribed for and erected to the Glory of God and in honoured memory of the local officers and men who fell in the Great War 1914-1918.' (Names) The above east window was also erected in proud memory of the same. Greater love hath no man.’ A tablet to the men who died in the Second World War has been installed below the Great War memorial.

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

A Allsop - Albert Melville Allsop

AE Allsop - Arthur Allsop

B Anthony - Bertram Anthony

W Ashley - William Ashley

C Chambers - Carvell Chambers

RS Cook - Robert Shelton Cook

JS Davey - Jonathan Smithurst Davey

L Gale - Luke Gale

FT Gardiner - Frederick Thomas Gardiner

AE Gee - Arthur Gee

E Gent - Edward Gent

R Grainger - Robert Grainger

W Gregory - William Gregory

JW Hankin - John Wilfred Hankin

A Harris - Albert Edward Harris

L Horne - Leonard Horne

A Housley - Albert Housley

A Keeling - Arthur Keeling

H Leivers - Henry Leivers

S Lowe - Sidney Lowe

A Mansfield - Arthur Mansfield

GER Oakes - Gerard Edmund Rosingrave Oakes

CH Oates - Charles Housley Oates

JH Oates - John Harris Oates

J Price - John Price

A Smalley - Alfred Smalley

W Stoppard - Walter Stoppard

GA Wagstaffe - George Albert Wagstaffe

F Walters - Frank Walters

HG Walters - Herbert Walters

W Walton - William Walton

A White - Albert White

H White - Harry White

GA Wooley - George Arthur Wooley

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