Marlborough College Memorial Hall
WM name reference IWM24135
Marlborough College Memorial Hall Bath Road Marlborough Kennet Wiltshire SN8 1PA
Memorial Hall with 2 entrance doors separated by 8 columns. The square vestibule inside has an inner oak lobby with leather covered doors leading into the auditorium at the back of the seats. On the wall below the windows at the rear of the auditorium are the Ancaster stone tablets of WW1 names with initials in red and the rest in grey colouring. On the walls on either side of the door of a wing off the auditorium are the marble tablets of WW2 names , and tablets commemorating those who died in later conflicts and those Old Marlburians awarded the VC , GC and Albert Medal . There is a wooden cabinet with the College arms containing eight drawers probably each containing a book with the names of the fallen of WW2 and WW2
World War 1
On the lintel in the vestibule: REMEMBER On the wooden cabinet: MARLBOROUGH COLLEGE/ ROLL OF HONOUR/ 1914 1918/ 1939 1945/ WW2 names panels: 1939/ (NAMES) 1945/ (names) Post War War 2 panel /ROLL OF HONOUR/Old Marlburians who were killed /after 1945 whilst on operational service / (names) VC GC and Albert Medal Panel/ROLL OF HONOUR/Old Marlburians awarded the Victoria Cross the George Cross/and the Albert Medal /(names)
|Surname||First Name||Date of Death||Name of Memorial(s)|
|Pretyman||Frank||4-7-1917||Marlborough College Memorial Hall||View|
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