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Friday, 22 May 2015

War Memorials in Rushden in Hertfordshire

Rushden is a small village in north Hertfordshire. It has two memorial plaques situated in St. Mary's Church.

St Mary's Church, Rushden, Hertfordshire

Plaque 1

The first plaque is located in the porch of the Church and is a dedication to those who served in WW1.

Porch Plaque, St Mary's Church, Rushden, Hertfordshire
To
the Glory of God
and in thankful remembrance
of
Dowler, T.
Chapman, A. E.
Dowler, W.
Chapman, F.
Mearns, J. P.
Draper, H. W.
Skipp, T.
Draper, J.
Chapman, A. T.
Graves, C.
Chapman, F. C.
Lawman, S. C.
Chapman, G.
Chapman, B.
Graves, D.
Draper, E. S.
Stevens, T.
Hills, F.
Tofts, W.

who served

in the Great war 1914 1918.

Plaque 2

Plaque in the nave, St Mary's Church, Rushden, Hertfordshire

To the Glory of God
and in grateful memory of
Albert E. Chapman,
Frederick C. Chapman,
Thomas Dowler,
Walter Dowler,
David Graves,
Thomas Stevens,
Wilfred Tofts,
who gave thier lives in France in the Great War
1914 - 1918.