Memorial Details

NEWMP Memorial Image
Photo: Simon Raine

Memorial

Plaque 1914-18 Newhouse Club

Reference

E67.03

Place

ESH WINNING

Original Location

Newhouse Club. In the billiard room.

Present Location

In entrance hall (2015)

Which war

1914-18

Dedication, Creation or Publication date

Unveiled 26th July 1921 by Rev. E.J. Beech, president and Roman Catholic priest of Newhouse, Esh Winning.

Memorial Description

Plaque, with dome at centre top resting on an oak pattress which echoes the shape. The main panel has a seated female figure at the top, raised in half relief, with the name of the club on either side.
The central part is shield shape and carries the names of those who died in two columns. Up each side is a pilaster which bears the names of those who served in a single column on each, with the words “The following also served” at the top.
At the foot, running right across the bottom, is a scroll bearing the quotation.
All lettering is in raised Roman script.

Materials used

Bronze on oak.

Inscription

Newhouse Club / and Institute.
In Grateful memory / of the / members of the above club / who answered their King and Country’s / call in the Great War / 1914-1919 / The Great Sacrifice was made by / (Names).
Their name liveth for / evermore.

Names

Sculptor, Artist or Designer

Messrs. Lister and Sons, Newcastle.

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photos: Simon Raine; James Pasby

Northern Echo 25/7/1921 reports unveiling;

Durham County Advertiser 29/7/1921 reports unveiling.

Auckland and County Chronicle 28/7/1921 reports unveiling.

Source of quotation:
“Their name liveth for evermore” : Apocrypha Ecclesiasticus 44

External web link

Links to Source Material :

Research acknowledgements

Fitzhugh Collection, Middleton in Teesdale; Dorothy Hall

Research In Progress

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Plaque 1914-18 Newhouse Club (E67.03)

 
ESH WINNING    Newhouse Club.  
  
Centre panel
   Newhouse Club and Institute.
   In Grateful memory 
   of the 
   members of the above club 
   who answered their King and Country’s 
   call in the Great War 
  
   1914-1919 
  
   The Great Sacrifice was made by 
  
   W. Chappell        E. Hull
   J. Davidson        W. Hanley
   P. Ditchburn       A. Horner
   G. Dodds           H. Hayton
   J. Elliott, Jnr.   R. Reather
   W. Groody          F. Sword
   R.W. Goldsborough
  
   Their name liveth for
   evermore
--------------------------------------------
Left hand side        Right hand side
  
   The                The
   following          following
   also               also
   served             served.
   
   D. Aikman          A. Keenan
   P. Brady           W. Lowe
   J. Brennan         G.W. Lynn
   R. Barratt         J. McRay
   T. Brett           J.J. Metcalf
   D. Corregan        R. Metcalf
   R. Coad            J. Mallon
   J.H. Campbell      T. Marley
   M. Crinnion        D. McCallum
   J. Crinnion        T. Murphy
   J. Crinnion        J.G. Morrison
   N. Crinnion        T. Oyston
   J.W. Cook          J.F. Parkinson
   J. Donnelly        J. Phillips
   J. Elliott         R. Pigg,Junr.
   W. Elsdon          J. Rippon
   A. Funnel          J. Rand
   W.R. Forster       G. Robinson
   C.C. Farrar        B. Riley
   W. Fullerton       G. Rowcroft
   W. Greenwell       C. Sillett
   J. Hall            J.W. Sillett
   P. Hunter          T. Smith
   J. Hirst           T. Stoddard
   G.W. Hull          J. Scott
   G. Horne           M. Sands
   P. Hammill         H. Williamson
   J. Jacques         T. Wilson
   D. Jones           W. Yellow
  
-------------------------------------------------------------
The Durham County Advertiser has variations on names:
   
   W. Chappell        E. Hull
   J. Davidson        W. Hanley
   P. Ditchburn       A. Horner
   G. Dodds           H. Hayton
   J. Elliott, jun.   R. Reather
   W. Groody          F. Sword
   R.W. Goldsbrow
   
   D. Arkman          A. Keenan
   P. Brady           W. Lowe
   J. Brennan         G.W. Lynn
   R. Barratt         J. McRay
   T. Brett           J.J. Metcalfe
   D. Corrigan        R. Metcalfe
   R. Coad            J. Mallen
   J.H. Campbell      R. Marley
   W. Crennion        D. McCallum
   I. Crennion        T. Murphy
   J. Crennion        J.G. Morrison
   N. Crennion        T. Oyston
   J.W. Cook          J.E. Parkinson
   J. Donnelly        J. Phillips
   R. Elliott         R. Pigg, jun.
   H. Elsdon          J. Rippon
   A. Funnell         J. Rands
   W.R. Foster        G. Robinson
   G.G. Farrar        P. Riley
   W. Fullerton       G. Rowcroft
   W. Greenwell       G. Sillett
   J. Hall            J.W. Sillett
   P. Hunter          T. Smith
   J. Hurst           T. Stoddart
   G.W. Hull          J. Scott
   J. Horne           M. Sands
   P. Hamell          H. Williamson
   J. Jacques         T. Wilson
   D. Jones           W. Yellow
Names E67.03   

    

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