The Unitarian Church, Adrian Street

This is a tablet of marble on the right hand wall of the church. It was unveiled on 3rd April 1920 by Rev C. A. Ginever, a former minister of the church. The service for the unveiling was led by Rev John Yeoman, a former chaplain to the forces. 

It reads as follows:

In Proud and Loving Memory of

Albert Edward Amos, RGA. Fell in action at Bray, Somme, 13 October 1916, age 22 M

Arthur Robert Igglesden. Fell in Action Vimy Ridge, France, 10 April 1917, age 25 M

John William Blatchford, MGC. Fell in action St Quentin, France, 22 September 1918, age 25 M

Owen Chitty, 3rd City of London Yeomanry. Invalided from the army and died from heart disease 24 August 1919, aged 43

The above members of this congregation volunteered for service 1914-1918 and died for their country 

Greater service can no man render

Those marked with an M are also commemorated on the Town War Memorial

with thanks to A. G. Belsey


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