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The building was erected by Wesleyan Methodists led by Richard Mercer. The chapel in Park Row opened in April 1855 and was known as ‘The Wesleyan Congregational Free Church’ and also Mercer's Chapel. It was purchased by the Church of England in 1873 and alterations were made by Thomas Chambers Hine. It was known as the Episcopal church of St. Thomas and was consecrated by the Rt. Revd. Christopher Wordsworth the Bishop of Lincoln on 22 April 1873. The church was merged with St. Matthew's Church, Talbot Street, in 1926 and the building was demolished in 1930. This record of Great War fatalities from the parish of St Thomas was compiled by Rachel Farrand from a list within the Baptismal Register which was kept by Rev Charles Davis, vicar of St Thomas, 'List of persons connected with this parish of St Thomas who died in the present war.' The list includes servicemen who died in the General Hospital which was in the parish. The Baptismal Register is housed by Nottinghamshire County Archives (PR10,241).

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Names on Memorial

Ellis Boardman - Ellis Boardman

Samuel Booth - Samuel Gilbert Booth

J Brooke - John Stanley Brooke

Ernest Carnell - Ernest Carnell

Arthur Cragg - Arthur Harold Cragg

John Derrick - John Derrick

Harold D Etches - Harold Etches

Archibald Ewart - Archibald John Ewart

Newman Goldman - Newman Goldman

Alfred Goulder - Alfred Goulder

James Green - James Green

Cecil Hall - Cecil Charles Hall

Ernest Hawley - Ernest Hawley

Frederick Kilbourne - Frederick Kilbourne

John Lakin - John Henry Lakin

Cecil Lydall - Cecil Lydall

Harry Maltby - Harry Douglas Maltby

Bernard McCraith - Bernard McCraith

Robert Merchant - Robert Merchant

William Newbold - William Henry Newbold

John Newcombe - John Newcombe

Sam Noble - Samuel Noble

Thomas Nunley - Thomas Frederick Nunley

Charles Rice - Charles Henry Rice

William Rose (Rosenbaum) - William Rosenbaum

Thomas Sharp - Thomas Paine Sharp

William Slate - William Arthur Slate

Albert Smith - Albert Smith

Ralph Snook - Ralph Edgar Snook

Frederick Stovin - Frederick George Stovin

Josiah Taylor - Josiah Taylor

Albert Walker - Albert Walker

Fred Walker - Frederick Walker

Benjamin Ward - Benjamin Ward

William Wragg - William Wragg