IPSWICH WAR MEMORIAL

STANLEY HORACE CHITTOCK

STANLEY HORACE CHITTOCK

Image from the Evening Star – 23rd January 1942 Remembered by Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies with entrance gates, dedicated in May 1958, at Ransomes Sports’ Centre, Sidegate Avenue, Ipswich   Born: 1920, Ipswich. Died: 14th November 1942; age 22; Drowned as an Italian PoW on board S.S.’Scillin.’ Employed: at Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Ipswich.   […]

THOMAS FRASER MUNRO

THOMAS FRASER MUNRO

Laid to rest in the field of honour TOM Born: 1911, Edinburgh, Scotland. Died: 10th/11th September 1942; age: 31; at Chediston, Suffolk. Tom had 308 hours as a pilot. Occupation: a Publican.   Rank: Sergeant/Pilot; Service Number: 415505. Regiment: Royal New Zealand Air Force, 11 Operational Training Unit. crash time 21:05 flight to Dusseldorf aged 31 […]

St Mary at Stoke Church Ipswich War Memorial

St Mary at Stoke Church Ipswich War Memorial

WW1 Click on the RED writing to read more. EDMUND THOMAS ADAMS ROBERT CHARLES ADAMS* REGINALD ALAN GOWER BACKHOUSE BENJAMIN CHARLES BAKER WALTER CHARLES BARBER WILLIAM BARNETT * ARTHUR THOMAS BECKETT CHARLES REGINALD BOND JAMES WILLIAM BOND HORACE BOWDEN * GEORGE BOWERS DONALD BRETT JOHN JOSSELYN BROOKE* ALBERT FRANCIS BROWN* GEORGE ETHELBERT EARNSHAW BURTON JOHN […]

IPSWICH ORWELL WORKS MEMORIAL

IPSWICH ORWELL WORKS MEMORIAL

Image courtesy of Darren Darday. 1914 – 1919 Orwell Works Memorial WHO DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR Now sited at The Museum of East Anglian Life (M.E.A.L) Bronze, height 64, width 39 Erected in 1919 by their proud and grateful employees. Ransomes Sims & Jefferies, John Street, Ipswich, Suffolk Suffolk Chronicle & Mercury […]

Museum Street Methodist Church War Memorial

Museum Street Methodist Church War Memorial

    WW1 FENTON CHARLES BANTHORPE ALBERT HENRY BRUNNING ALFRED CHARLES GIDNEY* PHILIP ERNEST PELL HERBERT STEPHEN POPPLEWELL REGINALD NICHOLAS TROTT DONALD PRETTY HAROLD PRETTY ROWLAND REES* LESLIE HAYDON REEVE ARTHUR SIDNET STRUCNELL* WILLIAM WISBY   *not on Christchurch Park memorial. Museum Street Methodist Church website. Roll of honour from those who survived the war from […]

Alan Road Methodist Church Memorial Ipswich

Alan Road Methodist Church Memorial Ipswich

       WW1 THOMAS R S ADAMS ARHUR P ATHROLL ALFRED E BREWER JAMES H BROWN* H PERCIVAL COLLAR HERBERT S DAY ERIC W DURRANT* HERBERT J EMSDEN T DICBY GIBLING AUDLEY A GREEN ALFRED PAYNE* EDWARD PAYNE* ARTHUR B PECK ALFRED PREECE WILLIAM PUNCHARD ERNEST C ROBINSON AUGUSTESTUS F RUFFORD ERNEST J THOMPSON* […]

THOMAS HILARY GODFREY

THOMAS HILARY GODFREY

    Born: 1923, Died: 14th August 1943; age 20. Rank: Aircraftman 1st Class; Service Number: 1235945 Regiment: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.   Grave Reference: Grave 14336. Cambridge City Cemetery, Cambridgeshire.   Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Nellie Godfrey, of Ipswich. Mother: Nellie Annie E. Godfrey, born April 1895, Streatham, Surrey.

St. John the Baptist Church, Ipswich WW1 Memorial

St. John the Baptist Church, Ipswich WW1 Memorial

  8th April 1921 ST. JOHN’S WAR MEMORIAL, IPSWICH. Suffolk Chronicle & Mercury newspaper. In the brilliant sunshine of Sunday, one of the largest of the Ipswichparishes, St. John’s unveiled the tribute to its men who had fallen inthe war – “Lest we forget.” A very striking Celtic cross of Portlandstone standing fourteen feet high […]

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