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  • High Road Methodist Church

    WM Ref: 39050 Address: Building has been rededicated as a Sikh Temple, 136, Nanak Darbar (Sikh Temple) formerly High Road Methodist Church, High Rd, New Southgate, Enfield, Greater London, N11 1PJ, England

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  • WW1 Sikh

    WM Ref: 72125 Address: National Memorial Arboretum, Croxall Road, Alrewas, Lichfield, Staffordshire, DE13 7AR, England

    A sculpted head and shoulders figure of a uniformed Sikh soldier wearing medals. The sculpture is supported by a large granite plinth with a gold-lettered inscribed plaque affixed to its front face.

  • Hms Parrett - Warship Week

    WM Ref: 40794 Address: TS SIKH SEA CADET HUT, TS SIKH SEA CADET UNIT, Kent House Rd, Beckenham, Bromley, Greater London, England

    PLAIN RECTANGULAR METAL PLAQUE WITH INCISED INSCRIPTION COLOURED ENAMELLED BADGE OF PENGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL DEPICTED AT THE TOP CENTRE OF THE PLAQUE

  • Hms Sikh

    WM Ref: 40793 Address: SEA CADET HUTS, TS SIKH SEA CADET UNIT, Kent House Rd, Beckenham, Bromley, Greater London, England

    RECTANGULAR METAL PLAQUE MOUNTED ONTO A BLACK COLOURED BACKBOARD. INSCRIPTION IN RELIEF.

  • 12th Frontier Force Regiment Sikhs

    WM Ref: 47538 Address: IN THE CHAPEL AND SANCTUM, ST LUKES CHURCH, Sydney Sy, Chelsea, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3, England

    RECTANGULAR BRASS PLAQUE WITH INCISED INSCRIPTION IN BLACK LETTERING

  • 4th Sikhs

    WM Ref: 47540 Address: IN THE CHAPEL AND INNER SANCTUM, ST LUKES CHURCH, Sydney St, Chelsea, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3, England

    RECTANGULAR BRASS PLAQUE WITH INCISED INSCRIPTION IN BLACK LETTERING

  • Officers Of The 1st Sikh Infantry Punjab Frontier Force

    WM Ref: 12155 Address: ST Lukes CHURCH, Sydney St, Chelsea, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3, England

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  • Hms Sikh - Warship Week

    WM Ref: 44065 Address: MUSEUM STORE, BROMLEY MUSEUM, Church Hill, Orpington, Bromley, Greater London, BR6 0HH, England

    PLAQUE TO INDICATE THIS SHIP WAS ADOPTED BY BECKENHAM DURING WARSHIP WEEK 1942 SHIPS BADGE DEPICTED ON THE MEMORIAL

  • Lieutenant Colonel J. Haughton

    WM Ref: 65427 Address: On wall of school chapel,, Uppingham School, Stockerston Road, Uppingham, Rutland, Leicestershire, LE15 9QE, England

    Wall mounted rectangular brass plaque, though looking like gunmetal, with coat of arms at top left, the badge of the 35th Sikhs centrally and the badge of the 36th Sikhs to the right. Beneath these is the inscription in relief.

  • 1st Battn Frontier Force Regt Prince Of Wales Own Sikhs

    WM Ref: 47544 Address: IN THE CHAPEL AND SANCTUM, ST LUKES CHURCH, Sydney St, Chelsea, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3, England

    RECTANGULAR BRASS PLAQUE WITH INCISED INSCRIPTION IN BLACK LETTERING. ADDITIONAL PLAQUE FOR EXTRA WW2 OFFICERS' NAMES PLACED BELOW IT.

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