THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


The Grammar School for Boys

 

CASUALTIES FOR WORLD WAR I

school

The school is situated at Astor Avenue, Dover

stained glass window at Boys' Grammar, by Simon Chambers

This Memorial  for those who died in World War I is a window. It is situated half way up the stairs in the entrance hall.

The inscription reads:

 

 

In honoured memory of Old Boys of the school who gave their lives
for King and Country in the Great War 1914-1919

 

 

 

The Old Boys are:


panel of names 1, by Simon Chambers panel of names 2, by Simon Chambers
panel of names 3, by Simon Chambers panel of names 4, by Simon Chambers

 

S W J Barron
G L Belson
L Broadbridge
V A E Brown
W J Coley
A E Durban
A T Eaves
R A Ellender
A W Evans
M R Fishwick
T J G Gates
A Gleeson
E T Goldfinch
F G Goodwin
F G Graves
A L Hadlow
P E R Hardy
R S Holland
H J R Hosking
R A Igglesden
G Keightley
L W Knell
C C MacWalter
J J Magub
C H Minter
D Parker
R Reeder
AW Stewart
R H P Ward
G E J Williams
A F Worster

All are commemorated on the Town War Memorial except Boy Scout R H P Ward

May we recommend also a search of the school photos held at The School Archives, maintained by Paul Skelton, where some of our casualties are pictured, for example, in school sports teams.

1906 Football R A Ellender
1908 Football M R Fishwick
R Reeder
1909 Football A F Worster
R Reeder
E G Coombs (?)
1910 Football R Reeder
1914 Football
In Memoriam
In Memoriam
G Tunnell?
R H Ward
G L Belson
1915 Football O Tunnell (master)
1917 In Memoriam H J R Hosking

with thanks to A. G. Belsey

For more about the Grammar School memorials, see "We Remember 06"
 


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