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UKNIWM Ref - 27238

This memorial, stained glass windows depicting St John, St Luke, St Mark and St Matthew, was given by the vicar as a thanksgiving for the peace. It does not commemorate any individual. However, the name of William George Lacey has been linked with this memorial. There is a headstone in the churchyard to Lacey but he is not on the Keyworth war memorial. The inscription 'A thank offering for Victory and Peace, by Rev H P Ling, 1919' is repeated in each pair of widows. Research and photos by Rachel Farrand

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

William G Lacey - William George Lacey

Photos
  • Two stained glass windows, each with two lights. First window depicts St John and St Luke
    Keyworth St Mary Magdalene Church - Two stained glass windows, each with two lights. First window depicts St John and St Luke
  • Photograph Rachel Farrand
    Keyworth - St Mary Magdalene - Photograph Rachel Farrand
  • Two stained glass windows, each with two lights.  Second window depicts St Mark and St Matthew.
    Keyworth - St Mary Magdalene - Two stained glass windows, each with two lights. Second window depicts St Mark and St Matthew.
  • Two stained glass windows, each with two lights.  Windows depict  (1) St John and St Luke and (2) St Mark and St Matthew.
    Keyworth - St Mary Magdalene - Two stained glass windows, each with two lights. Windows depict (1) St John and St Luke and (2) St Mark and St Matthew.
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