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John Maxwell Edmonds

John Maxwell Edmonds

Person  Male  Born 21/1/1875  Died 18/3/1958

Categories: Poetry

Poet and classical scholar. Born Gloucestershire. Died Cambridge. In 1918-9 he published a few epitaphs for use on graves and memorials. This included:

When you go home, tell them of us and say,
For your tomorrows these gave their today.

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John Maxwell Edmonds

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Bermondsey war memorial

Quotations come from John Maxwell Edmonds and Laurence Binyon.

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Burma Star Association

Rose bushes are planted in garden area behind this plaque.

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Cyprus Street war memorial

"They shall grow not old..." is by Binyon. "When you go home..." is by Maxwel...

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End of WW2 - 60th Anniversary

'In unity progress' is the motto of Redbidge Council.

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Hindle House - WW2 - first plaque - first appearance

To the memory of those who fell in the 1939 - 1945 world war. On active servi...

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