A Poppy
A Poppy

Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Niton -
- St John's Church War Memorial -

Location

In St John's Church, Niton, Isle of Wight, PO38 2BS.
 
See map on www.streetmap.co.uk
 
IWM War Memorials Archive Record

Link : War Memorials Archive Reference 21812
 
Historic England Listing Status

St John's Church is Listed Grade II*. Since the Memorial forms part of the fittings of the Church, it is assumed to be covered by the Listing.
 
Description

A wooden plaque inscribed with the names of the Great War casualties from Niton.

Unveiled and dedicated 8th January 1921 by the Bishop of Southampton. Made in the workshops of Messrs Creeth by Mr F Westmore.


Isle of Wight County Press, 15th January 1921

See also the Parish War memorial in St John's Churchyard.
Memorial

Niton : St John's Church War memorial
 
Niton : St John's Church
 
Inscription


TO THE GLORY OF GOD
LEST WE FORGET
THE GREAT WAR
1914 - 1919
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RECQUIESCANT IN PACE


 

Further Information
NameLinks
F BAKER CWGC record ... Biographical information
S W BAVERSTOCK CWGC record ...
H J CAWSTON CWGC record ...
C W CREED No CWGC record Biographical information
R EAMES No CWGC record Robert Eames was a former Royal Naval Seaman and Coastguard Boatman who re-enlisted for service in WW I. He died on 10 May 1918 aged 54, and is buried in St John's Churchyard.
A J ELDRIDGE CWGC record ... Biographical information
J S HEARN CWGC record ... Biographical information
A HYDE CWGC record ...
J W JEFFERY CWGC record ...
W H JESSOP CWGC record ... Biographical information
E V LOTT CWGC record ...
F S RICHARDS CWGC record ... Biographical information
B A RUSSELL CWGC record ...
W E J SEALEY CWGC record ... Buried in St John's Churchyard
H SIMMONDS CWGC record ...
Australian War Memorial record ...
E J THORNE CWGC record ...

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Page last updated : 9 January 2016 (identified R Eames)


 
 

 
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