Rugby, St Philips Church

It is not known if the Memorial in St Philip's Church still exists. Details of the board have been found in a report of the unveiling in the Rugby Advertiser of 12 November 1920.

"The memorial takes the form of a stone tablet framed in light oak, and bears the figures of our Lord, St John, and the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is in the south chancel of the church, and by its side, as a part of the memorial, is another picture of the entombment of our Lord.
The Tablet bears the following inscription:-

Like as Christ was raised from the dead even so should we also walk in the newness of life"

Forename

Surname

Notes

Charles

RUSH

 

Bert

WATTS

 

John

WATTS

 

George

COLEY

 

Edward

WALLACE

 

Herbert

WALLACE

 

Claude

STOVELL

 

George

HIPWELL

 

Arthur

BOTTRILL

 

Bert

HOLMES

 

William

BLYTHE

 

John

PRESTON

 

Harold

SMAILES

 

Ernest

EMERY

 

Ralph

BOLTON

 

Bonar

DEANE

 

Gilbert

BROOKSBANK

 

Percy

DAVIS

 

Edgar

JIGGLE

 

John

HANDYSIDE

 

Cecil

INWOOD

 

James

SPENCER

 

Harry

AMOS

 

Hugh

LISSIMORE

 

George

SLATER

 

Harry

PALMER

 

Charles

HEMMINGS

 

Arthur

WEBB

 

Sidney

WOLFE

 

William

LENTON

 

Harry

COOPER

name not originally on board

This is the victory that overcometh the world, even our Faith