Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Niton -
- Scroll of thanks - Arthur Ernest Jackson -

Location

In the Village Hall, Niton, Isle of Wight, PO38 2AT.
 
See map on www.streetmap.co.uk
 
IWM War Memorials Archive Record

not recorded by the War Memorials Archive
 
Historic England Listing Status

The Village Hall is Listed Grade II. Since the Scroll of thanks to Arthur Ernest Jackson forms part of the fittings of the Hall, it is assumed to be covered by the Listing.
 
Description

A framed scroll to Arthur Ernest Jackson, recognising his service in the Great War. It is presumed that the Parish issued such Scrolls to all those who served.

Memorial

Niton : Scroll of thanks - Arthur Ernest Jackson
 
Inscription


The People of Niton,
Isle of Wight, desire to record
their grateful thanks to
Arthur Ernest Jackson
for all he did and bore, by Sea
or Land, in the Service of his
Country in the Great War.
They proudly welcome home
those who have survived the
struggle, and will ever hold in
reverent remembrance
the Names of the Glorious Dead.
*
"Not unto us, O Lord, but unto
Thy Name give the praise."



 
The scroll was printed by Blades, London EC.


Further Information

Arthur Ernest Jackson

Son of William Jackson and Jane Lydia Jackson (née Trowbridge) of Niton.

Born 1893, Niton.

Census Information :

1901 : William and Jane Jackson, with their children including Arthur aged 7, are at 5 Pan Cottages, Niton. William Jackson is a Gardener (domestic).

1911 : William and Jane Jackson, with some of their children including Arthur aged 17, are at Laceys Lane, Niton. William Jackson is a Farm labourer, Arthur Jackson is a Carter.

Service Information :

not found - there were many servicemen with this name in WW I
 
Post war

Married, 1919, Mabel Annie Merwood, at All Saints Church, Newchurch.

Died 1969.

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