World War I Memorial, Stathern, Leicestershire

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By Hilary Taylor

This memorial, identical to one in Stathern Parish Church, was removed from the Methodist Chapel when the property was sold. In 2014 it was placed in a newly created garden in front of the village War Memorial Institute, which also has a commemoration to the fallen of both World Wars on its outer wall. 

1914 – 1918 

To the Glory of God and in grateful and honoured memory of 


Lance Corpl.  W. Booth

Lance Corpl.  J. W. Dakin

Lance Corpl.  W. Helsdon

Lance Corpl.  J. C. Hall

Pte.  A. C. Bryatt

Pte.  C. Pace

Pte.  F. Parks

Pte.  C. Rawlins

Pte.  C. W. Starbuck

Pte.  F. Watson

Trooper A. Knapp 

“Let those who come after see to it that their names are not forgotten” 

Note:  The list differs from that on the War Memorial Institute wall in that W. Booth is there given as a Private and Lance Corpl Dakin’s initials as J.F. 


This page was added by Hilary Taylor on 01/07/2015.

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