Monument | War dead | WW1

Holy Cross Church, WW1 memorial with names

Inscription

{The list of names is given in two columns of 37 each, on either side of the cross.}
{See the Subjects Commemorated for the names}
{At the bottom of the monument the dates of World War 1 are given, with the following text:}
May their sacrifice be accepted through the sacrifice of thy son.

On the north façade of the church.

Site: Holy Cross Church of St Pancras (2 memorials)

WC1, Cromer Street

Strange that there are 2 memorials for WW1 and none for WW2, although that might be inside, of course.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Holy Cross Church, WW1 memorial with names

Subjects commemorated i

World War 1

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Holy Cross Church, WW1 memorial with names

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