Church WW1 Memorial

Church WWI Memorial Church WW1 Memorial

. . . Heroes
. . . . - 1918
R. I. P.

Very sad - a stump of a memorial that is also weathered into illegibility.

Site: Church WWI Memorial (1 memorial)

E8, Kingsland Road

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Church WW1 Memorial

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World War 1

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