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St Lukes Hackney war memorial St Lukes Hackney war memorial

Monument: St Lukes Hackney war memorial


{In the central section below the Christian cross:}
To the glory of god and in proud memory of those from this parish who gave their lives for King and Country in the Great War.
{On the front of the lower shelf:}
Lest we forget.
{On the two supporting consoles:}

{The list of 213 names is arranged in alphabetical sequence across 8 columns,. See Subjects commemorated for the names.} 

The list of names contains two pairs of duplicates: C. Chipperfield and H. Smith; neither is a transcription error on our part. These could be unrelated but sadly it is possible that a son, named after his father, could be killed in the same war as his father.

Site: St Lukes Hackney war memorial (1 memorial)

E9, Homerton Terrace, St Lukes

From AIM25: "A district was assigned in 1873 ...The building was of ragstone with stone dressings in Early Decorated Style, designed by Newman and Billing."

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
St Lukes Hackney war memorial

Information Subjects commemorated