Memorial Details

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Memorial

ROH 1914-18 Wesleyan Methodist

Reference

S132.01

Place

SPRINGWELL

Original Location

Wesleyan Methodist Church

Which war

1914-18

Memorial Description

Roll of Honour on paper in wide glass frame. The panel is painted in classical design with pillars at the sides and a series of flags against a dark green sunburst at the top. The words “Roll of Honour” are in white on a green scroll at the top. The dates are in red.
The names are listed in two columns in black. The dedication is carried in red lettering in an oval cartouche at the base. The whole design has been painted and written by hand.

Materials used

Paper behind glass.

Inscription

Roll of / Honour./ 1914-1918 / (Names) / Quo Fata Vocant / Members of / Springwell W.M. Church and Sunday School / who served with the Colours / during the great / European War.

Names

Notes

1. “Quo Fata Vocant” translates as “Where the fates call”

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photo: C. Sanders

External web link

Research acknowledgements

C. Sanders

Research In Progress

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ROH 1914-18 Wesleyan Methodist (S132.01)

 
SPRINGWELL     Wesleyan Methodist Church
  
    Roll of 
    Honour
  
    1914                                                                  1918 
    Name              Rank   Regt.       Name                 Rank        Regt.
    Aisbitt, Thos.    Gunner R.G.A.      Mitchell, Thos.      Apprentice. M.M.S.
    Anderson, Chas.A. Driver A.S.C.      Keeley, Lenard       Pte.        N.F.
    Anderson, Frank.  -      R.M.        Murley, Thos.        Pte.        N.F.
    Burnett, John E.  Pte.   R.E.        Nesbitt, Thos.       Gunner      R.F.A.
    Burnett, Joseph E.Driver R.F.A.      Sterling, Frank      Pte.        R.A.M.C.
    Brown, Robert     Pte.   H.L.I.      Stanners, John G.    R.N.        R.T.
    Coxon, John R.    Pte.   R.A.M.C.    Scott, John T.       Seaman      Navy
    Coxon, Thos.      Pte.   N.F.        Stanners, Alfred     Cadet       O.T.C.
    Coulson, John R.  Sapper R.E.        Thomlinson V.Earnest -           R.N.
    Dale, Thomas      -      A.B.R.N.    Wilson, William      Pte.        D.L.I.
    Gibson, Joseph    L/Cpl. N.F.        Wilson, Robert       “           D.L.I.
    Hope, Johnson     Pte.   N.F.        Wilson, Thos.        L/Cpl.      D.L.I.
    Lockey, Frank     Pte.   R.M.E.      Wilson, Ralph        Seaman      R.N.
    Weedy, John J.    Pte.   M.U.R.N.D.
  
    Quo Fata Vocant 
  
    Members of 
    Springwell W.M. Church and Sunday School 
    who served with the Colours 
    during the great 
    European War.
	----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	Note:  In one instance the name usually spelled “Leonard” is 
    here spelled “Lenard”; similarly a name usually spelled 
    “Ernest” is spelled “Earnest”.
NamesS132.01     

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