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Nottingham - Holy Trinity Church (demolished)

Photograph Rachel Farrand (January 2012)

UKNIWM Ref - 63792

Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Square, Nottingham, was dedicated in 1841 and demolished in 1956. Nottinghamshire Archives has a record of the memorials which were installed in memory of men from the church and parish (Nottinghamshire Archives ref PR14.611, Faculty dated 4 November 1920). A stained glass window was installed in the chancel to the memory of the men connected with the parish and church who died in the war, subject 'Hope'. A brass plaque was placed beneath the window with the inscription, 'The window and a tablet in the nave were erected to the Glory of God and in ever grateful memory of those who fell in the Great War 1914-1918. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends, St John XV 13'. An oak tablet with the names of those who had died was installed on the east wall of the nave, 'This tablet and window in the chancel were erected to the Glory of God and in ever loving memory of those connected with the Holy Trinity Church and parish who fell in the Great War 1914-1918.' A pamphlet, 'Holy Trinity Church: 100 years 1841-1941' has a photograph of the church and a photograph of the interior looking toward the altar and east window which shows a board or tablet on the right hand side of the chancel arch. (Nottinghamshire Archives ref PR 10,219). The memorials were unveiled on 12 September 1920. Nottingham Evening Post, Monday 13 September 1920: ‘Trinity Church Memorials. A memorable day was yesterday in the history of Holy Trinity Church, Nottingham, when Dr Martin Linton Smith DSO, unveiled and dedicated two windows in the chancel, one erected in memory of his father, the late Very Rev. James Alan Smith DD, Dean of St David’s and Vicar of the church from 1870 to 1884, and the other in honour of members of the congregation who fell in the war.’ (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), The board was transferred to Holy Trinity Church, Clifton, when Nottingham Holy Trinity closed; it is not known whether the stained glass window was saved before the church was demolished. The WW1 board and other memorials from Nottingham Holy Trinity are currently in the boiler room/cellar at Clifton Holy Trinity (January 2012).

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

C Aked - George Aked

AG Astle - Albert George Astle

EW Baker - Ernest William Baker

S Bassford - Samuel Bassford

H Beaumont - H Beaumont

WH Bland - William Henry Bland

H Boston - H Boston

H Briggs - John Henry Briggs

HR Broadhurst - Henry Ralph Broadhurst

CJ Budworth - Godfrey James Budworth

GF Butler - George Frederick Butler

R Cartwright - Ronald Cartwright

C Cheatle - Cecil Claude Cheatle

E Chell - Edward Chell

L Chisholm - Leslie Chisholm

WH Cooke - WH Cooke

TC Cordon - Thomas Cordon

H Cotton - H Cotton

J Cragg - James Cragg

FW Dabell - Frank William Dable

WR Dadley - Walter Rowland Dadley

GE Darbey - George Edward Darby

S Ethel Davis - Silance Ethel Davis

AJ Derrick - Alan James Derrick

W Dickins - William Dickens

I Fisher - Isaac Fisher

A Fox - A Fox

H Garland - Harry Garland

E Gilbert - Everard Gilbert

JE Godber - John Edward Godber

J Green - J Green

CC Hall - Cecil Charles Hall

G Harrison - G Harrison

H Harvey - H Harvey

G Hassard - George Alfred Hazard

J Heath - J Heath

WA Heath - William Arthur Heath

J E Hickson - Joseph Edward Hickson

EL Holmes - Ernest Loseby Holmes

AB Hopkins - Archibald Bernard Hopkins

CE Hulbert - Claude Edwin Hulbert

C Johnson - C Johnson

L Jones - L Jones

CH Keeling - Charles Henry Keeling

J Keetley - John Keetley

F Kendrick - Frederick Augustus Kendrick

RF Kerry - Raphael Kerry

F Kirkhead - F Kirkhead

EV Knowles - Ernest V Knowles

H Lawson - Harold George William Lawson

FF Leafe - Frederick Foster Leafe

G Lokes - George Lokes

HC Long - Howard Charles Long

W Long - W Long

EM Merchant - Edward Massey Merchant

R Merchant - Robert Merchant

E Moir - Ernest Moir

E Morley - Ernest Morley

AC Mumby - Albert Charles Mumby

JB Olyatt - JB Olyatt

H Parker - H Parker

WH Parker - William Henry Parker

H Perryman - Henry Perryman

L Pike - Leonard Pike

CJ Povey - Cecil James Povey

C Revill - Cyril Revill

J Rhoades - J Rhoades

A Rice - A Rice

HAH Roe - Henry Alfred Havilland Roe

E Smith - E Smith

L Spencer - Leonard Spencer

F Stacey - Frederick Stacey

WJ Stevenson - WJ Stevenson

R Storer - R Storer

D D'A Sullivan - Douglas D'arcy Sullivan

D Sullivan - Dennis Allison Sullivan

A Taylor - A Taylor

WH Taylor - William Taylor

SE Thornley - S Edgar Thornley

J Tongue - James Tongue

A Upton - Alfred Upton

C Vest - C Vest

JW Vickers - John William Vickers

J Whitchurch - Joseph Whitchurch

P Whitehouse - Percy Whitehouse

H Wigley - Harold Wigley

EL Wilson - EL Wilson

J Wilson - John Wilson

CA Wood - Claude Albert Wood

G Wood - George Wood

P Yards - Peter Yaros

Photos
  • Photograph Rachel Farrand (January 2012)
    Nottingham Holy Trinity - Photograph Rachel Farrand (January 2012)
  • Photograph Rachel Farrand (January 2012)
    Nottingham Holy Trinity - Photograph Rachel Farrand (January 2012)
  • Photograph Rachel Farrand (January 2012)
    Nottingham Holy Trinity - Photograph Rachel Farrand (January 2012)
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