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Memorial Plaque mounted at Anglesea Heights Care Home formally the Ipswich and East Suffolk Hospital, Anglesea Road. Currently owned by Ipswich School.

A postcard from the 1920’s mentions the Plaques intended location.

 “This tablet is to be placed over a bed in the New Memorial Wing of the East Suffolk &

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Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies Ltd. sports field, Ipswich, WW2 memorial

 

Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies Ltd. is now known as Ransomes Jacobsen  premier supplier of high-quality turf equipment, utility vehicles, golf cars and tractors for prestigious championship golf courses worldwide.

The Ipswich Star 3rd May 1958 images courtesy of Sally.

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St.Matthew’s Church Ipswich War memorials

WW1 Memorial

VISCOUNT ALLENBY UNVEILS AN IPSWICH MEMORIAL.

Suffolk Chronicle & Mercury newspaper 1921.

The Lord Bishop of Suffolk and Field Marshal Viscount Allenby, G.C.B., figured in the great congregation which assembled at St. Matthew’s Church, Ipswich, on Sunday afternoon,

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St Mary at Stoke Church Ipswich War Memorial

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WW1

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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 FREDERICK BARNARD

ARTHUR JAMES BURROWS

THOMAS ROBERT CARLIELL

FREDERICK CHAPMAN*

BERTIE GEORGE CHAMBERS

GEORGE WILLIAM CLARKE

CHARLES WILLIAM CLOVER

CHARLES HENRY TOWNSEND CRIPPS

CHRISTOPHER EDWARD WILLIAM CRISP

FREDERICK DAKIN

GERARD DAMAN*

CHARLES ROBERT DAY

FREDERICK DAY*

CHARLES WILLIAM DENNY

JOHN WADDINGTON DRIVER

PERCY SCOTT DRIVER

WILLIAM ALFRED ELLENDER

LANCELOT IVAN ELLISS

WILLIAM FAIRWEATHER

WALTER EDMUND FIDDAMAN

EDWARD FIELD*

JOHN C FIRMAN*

GEORGE HENRY FITCH

WALTER CHARLES FITCH

JOHN WILLIAM GOODING

SYDNEY GOODING

CHARLES GOODWIN

GEORGE SNOWDEN GOSLING

HENRY G GOULD* (25947 Sadler Royal Field Artillery)

PERCY GRIFFIN*

WILLIAM JAMES HARDING

CLAUDE DAWSON HEMPSON

JOHN BENJAMIN HILL

ROBERT HOWARD

STANLEY JUNES*

STANLEY KING /2nd 

THOMAS WILLIAM LAWS

ARTHUR LICENCE

WALTER HENRY LING

HORACE ALBERT NICHOLLS

JOHN ELIJAH NICHOLLS

CLAUDE ALBERT PIZZEY

CHARLES HENRY PORTER

FREDERICK A PORTER

DONALD PRETTY

HAROLD PRETTY

STANLEY HERBERT PRYKE

WALTER FREDERICK PUGH

GEORGE PERCY QUINTON

HARRY RAVEN

LEONARD HENRY RIVERS

ROBERT RICHARD RIVERS

P.E.

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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*
BERTIE C VINE
W ISAAC WATERS

SUFFOLK CHRONICLE AND MERCURY,

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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 Ipswich
parishes, St. John’s unveiled the tribute to its men who had fallen in
the war –

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St. Pancras Catholic Church Ipswich WW1 Memorial

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Click on red to read more details (*not on Christchurch Park Memorial)

 F BARHAM
HAMILTON HUGH BERNERS*
JAMES COOTE
JAMES DONNELLY*
WILLIAM CUTHBERT FOX
S GRAYSTONE
RAYMOND JAMES GUILL
WALTER LOUIS HARDY*
SYDNEY WILLIAM HOBIN
JOHN FRANCIS ILES*
OLIVER HENRY LAWRENCE
RODERIC PURCELL LIVESEY
GIOVANNI MOTRONI
PETER GEORGE MOTRONI
UMBERTO AMADEO MOTRONI
GEORGE PATRICK McNAMEE*
JOHN JOSEPH McNAMEE*
PETER McNAMEE*
CYRIL EDWARD OLIVER
LIONEL BERNARD OLIVER
MICHAEL JOHN PRICE
FREDERICK SHARMAN
EDMUND SIMMONDS
WW2

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The Polish Armoured Train memorial (crew member buried in Ipswich cemetery)

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The Mission “Free Church” Ipswich WW1 & WW2 memorial, Curriers Lane Ipswich

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WW1 Memorial
Gipping Street & District

The memorial originally hung in a previous building, the Mission was built in the late 1930’s

Pen and ink on paper.

FRANCIS STOWE
WALTER EDWARD JAMES HOOD
GEORGE TYE COBBOLD
HARRY BAKER
ARTHUR FRANK NUNN
WALTER HURRICKS
GEORGE ALFRED VALE
DUNCAN CHRISTOPHER BOWMAN
PERCY WALTER COMAN
ALBERT EDWARD DRIVER
FREDERICK CHARLES BROOKS
JAMES HENRY PAGE
EDWARD SAMUEL LAST
ALFRED EDWARD ROPER
ERNEST GEORGE ARNOLD
FREDERICK JOHN SCRIVENER
ALFRED EDWARD GRIMSEY
EDGAR BROOKS
GEORGE BYGRAVE ALCOCK
W.

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VIMMY RIDGE MEMORIAL ARRAS

Ipswich men who are remembered on the memorial.
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 In 1936 the King unveiled The Vimy Ridge Memorial with over 60,000 Canadian lost , The memorial bares the names of 11,000. men. The memorial cost over £200,000 to build.

photos from 1936 Daily Telegraph Supplement.

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ALLAN ARTHUR FREANE 1

ALFRED JAMES MURRELL 1

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