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St Margaret's Village History
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Dedication of the WW1 Memorial in St Margaret's Church. 1920
Press reports of the Service of Dedication of the WW1 memorial in the church of St Margaret of Antioch.
Names on the WW1 Memorial in St Margaret's Church
A typewritten list of the names inscribed on the World War 1 memorial erected in the church of St Margaret of Antioch in St Margaret's at Cliffe. The memorial was destroyed by shelling from France during ...
Notes on some of the names on the WW1 Memorial in St Margaret's Church
Notes relating to some of those remembered on WW1 memorials. ( Dinwiddy, Mills and Dawson )
St Margaret's and Westcliffe Roll of Honour 1914 - 1919
The typed version of the handwritten Roll-of-Honour for those from St Margaret's at Cliffe and Westcliffe who served in both the military and civilian services during World War 1. The original handwritten copy is in the ...
St Margaret's Church Vestry Meeting Minute regarding the WW1 War Memorial
A copy of the minute in the Vestry Meeting Minute Book, together with a copy from the Canterbury Cathedral Archive, of the sanctioning of a War Memorial for the parish.
Tribute to WW1 Service Personnel who attended National School, Kingsdown Road
The old doorway of the National School in Kingsdown Road decorated in honour of those from St Margaret's who served in WW1.
WW1 Memorial in St Margaret's Church
A sepia photograph of the World War 1 memorial erected in the St Margaret's Church and a colour photograph of the only remains after shells damaged the church in World War 2. A third colour ...
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