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Stanwick Church & War Memorial
Stanwick War Memorial
The War Memorial
The church
Church of St Laurence
The Great War 1914-1918
'Their Name Shall Live For Evermore'
William Andrews Charles W Foskett Thomas G Tailby
Edward W Barker George Foskett George W Thurlow
William S Bird John L French Robert H Ward
James Brawn Arthur W Hall Horace R Warner
Arthur Burton Albert Harrison Sidney W Warner
Enos O Coles Edgar Jarvis George S Watford
Cecil Cox Jesse Lawman George Webb
Sidney Cox Walter Lawman William Wells
John Craven Edward Morris
Thomas Craven John G Morris
Alfred E G Curral Reginald Morris
John W Elliott Frank L Richards
William R Felce Edgar H Robins
Herbert Felce Reginald S Sawford

Bert Baldwin
George Carpenter
Gordon Clark
Sonnie Craven
Reg Dickerson
Rex Gent
Leonard M Morris
Stanley W Nicholls
Ted Palmer
Thomas Phillips
Alexander J Ryan
Stanley Tompkins
David L G York
Willis S York

Rushden Echo, 17th November 1922, transcribed by Kay Collins

Stanwick - A Memorial Service for the fallen from the parish was held in the parish church on Saturday, when a good congregation of relatives, ex-Servicemen, and parishioners was present. The preacher was the Rector (the Rev J B Dollar, M.A., late captain of H.M. Irish Regiment of Foot Guards), and the church and chapel choirs united to lead the singing. After the sermon the choirs and congregation went in procession to the War Memorial, where a most impressive service was brought to a close with prayer and the Benediction. Mr R Bailey sounded the “last Post” and the “Reveille.”

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