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- A wall mounted brass plaque in an ornate wooden frame. The plaque has a rounded arch top and a nowy headed foliated border with a serpentine pattern and bears the incised inscription in decorative upright capital lettering coloured black. The carved oak frame has an intricate frieze of crocketted finials at the head above a cornice bearing carved sprays of oak foliage in relief. The two side frames bear attached octagonal colonnettes, that on the left supporting a figure of a sailor in uniform and that on the right supporting a soldier in infantry uniform, each figure having a crocketed conical canopy above. The lower rail of the frame bears a design of repeated tracery with inverted dentiles above. The top of the centre panel bears a border of foliated tracery extending as an arch over the head of the plaque, where it is perforated. The plaque is accompanied by a laid up standard of the Royal British Legion and a bugle.
- TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF THE/ OFFICERS, N.C.O.S. & MEN OF THIS PARISH/ WHO DIED IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1919./ (Names)/ THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE/ ECCLES.
- Inscription legible?
- Names on memorial
- Ashmore, G T
Bailey, C W
Bestwick, J J
Brierley, J J H
Brierley, W H
See details for all 73 names
- First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 73
Served and returned: 0
Exact count: yes
Information shown: surname,rank,decorations
Order of information: surname
- First World War (1914-1918)
Measurements: depth -, height 1430mm, width 850mm
Measurements: depth 180m, height 2140mm, width 1300mm
Materials: Wood - Oak
Measurements: depth c50mm, height c1500mm, width c1500mm
Materials: Wood, Fabric
Measurements: depth c150mm, height c150mm, width c300mm
- Listing information
- St John the Baptist Church - WW1 plaque
- WMO ID: 169122
- Condition: Good [last updated on 02-05-2017]
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- 2 September 1981: The church lies within the Tideswell Conservation Area first designated on that date. 12 July 1967: The church was listed Grade I, heritage List for England reference 1215255. 17 April 1951: The church lies within the Peak District National Park designated on that date.
- Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
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