St. Bartholomew The Great-Calvary
WM name reference IWM11639
Entrance to the churchyard St Bartholomew the Great Church Cloth Fair City of London City Of London Greater London EC1A 7JQ
Calvary cross on T-shaped plinth which is fixed to the wall. Names inscribed on the plinth. Metal strip with inscription above the tablet.
World War 1
(Plaque )THAT THEY MIGHT HAVE LIFE/(Tablet) HALLOWED IN CHRIST/ TO THE MEMORY OF ALL THE GALLANT MEN AND WOMEN/ WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE/ WORLD THEY SHALL YET STAND BEFORE THE THRONE/ AN EXCEEDING GREAT ARMY AND IN THAT LAST MUSTER/ SHALL BE FOUND THESE OUR OWN BELOVED/ (NAMES)
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