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- A tower screen, a clock and a tablet. The wrought iron art nouveau tower screen is at the west end of the nave and comprises six upright trelliswork pillars joined at the top by a frieze spanning the foot of the tower. The three pillars each side are joined by further waist-high ironwork trellising and the central opening has a pair of ironwork gates similar in style. The frieze bears raised swirls of foliage with the inscription at the centre and a symbol above each pillar: either a chi-rho, a Christograph or a star of David. At the head of each pillar, below the respective symbols, is a metal plate bearing the details of the six fallen in white painted upright capital Roman lettering. A red fabric curtain is affixed to the rear of the screen. The clock mechanism is presumed to be inside the tower and the face is displayed on the outside of the west face on a black dial with gilt hands, minute marks and Roman numerals. The horizontal white marble tablet has a cornice at the head decorated with an egg and dart motif. Above it is a low plain pediment containing a gilt Chi-Rho emblem at its centre. At the foot is a pair of moulded brackets. The incised inscription is in upright capital block lettering coloured black.
- Tablet: TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ 1914 - 1919/ THE TOWER SCREEN, THE CHURCH CLOCK, AND THIS TABLET WERE PUT IN THE CHURCH AS THANKOFFERINGS TO GOD FOR VICTORY, PEACE/ AND THE SAFE RETURN OF THOSE WHO WERE SPARED, ALSO IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF THOSE WHO MADE THE GREAT SACRIFICE./ "THE ONE SHALL BE TAKEN"/ (Names)/ "AND THE OTHER LEFT"(Names) Screen: PAX/ (Names)
- Inscription legible?
- Names on memorial
- Armishaw, John Thomas
Bentley, Victor John
Clowes, Henry Arthur
Frost, William Erp
See details for all 28 names
- First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 28
Served and returned: 22
Exact count: yes
Information shown: surname,rank,year died,regiment,place of death,forename,manner of death,age of death,additional,decorations
Order of information: Undefined
- First World War (1914-1918)
Measurements: depth 80mm, height 2835mm, width 4260mm
Materials: Wrought Iron, Fabric
Measurements: depth 80mm, height 1060mm, width 1520mm
Materials: Marble - White
- Listing information
- 13 September 1967: Church listed Grade I, Heritage List for England number 1203949. The screen is mentioned in the listing description. The church is listed in Derbyshire HER - The Derbyshire Historic Environment Record (formerly the Derbyshire Sites and Monuments Record) - with a description similar to the Heritage List for England.
- Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
- Flickr Photograph of the screen. www.flickr.com/photos/52219527@N00/3765268126/
- Other website Military Images website has photograph of tablet. www.militaryimages.net/photopost/showphoto.php/photo/74583
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