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St Saviour's Church - Lewisham - WW1

Erection date: 15/4/1919

Inscription

{Over the doorway:}
Jesus, give them eternal rest, 1914 1918.

{Left hand plaque:}
Of your charity pray for the repose of the souls of the men of this church who died in the fight for justice and liberty, 1914 - 1918.
{Followed by 23 names. See Subjects commemorated:}

{Right hand plaque, a further 20 names followed by:]
This Calvary, erected by the parishioners to the memory of the above-named officers & men, was unveiled by His Worship the Mayor of Lewisham, Allan Hume Nicholl, Esq. J.P. and blessed by the Right Reverend Peter Amigo Lord Bishop of Southwark, 15 April 1919.
J. B. Ward - Rector

Lewisham War Memorials have researched all the names on this memorial.

Site: St Saviour's Church - Lewisham - WW1 (1 memorial)

SE13, Lewisham High Street, 175

This church and nearby houses were developed on The Limes estate.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesof london.co.uk

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St Saviour's Church - Lewisham - WW1

Subjects commemorated i

World War 1

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Men of St Saviour's Lewisham who died in WW1

'The men of this church who died in the fight for justice and liberty'.

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A. H. Baker

Parishioner of St Saviour's Church Lewisham

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Sergeant R. Baker

Parishioner of St Saviour's Church Lewisham

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Lance Corporal G. B. Baxter

Parishioner of St Saviour's Church Lewisham

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
St Saviour's Church - Lewisham - WW1

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Bishop Peter Amigo

Bishop. Born Peter Emmanuel Amigo at Waterport Street, Gibraltar. Ordained 18...

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Sir Allan Hume Nicholl CBE

Mayor of Lewisham for 4 successive terms, 1915 - 19. Chairman of the London S...

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J. B. Ward

Rector of St Saviour's Church Lewisham, 1919. From Wings of Glory: In 1915, ...

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