Copthorne Chapel

Home Page
Who Are We?
The story so far...
Our Pastor
Services and Events
News from Sierra Leone
Gordon's travels in Sierra Leone
How can I become a Christian...?...
Baptisms in June 2006

Links

Countess of Huntingdon Connexion Website
Countess & Connexion
Food for Thought
Worth Parish Community Website
Crawley Down Village Website

Churches in the Connexion

The Countess Free Church, Ely
Ebley Chapel
Sheppey Evangelical Church
Shoreham Free Church
South Street Church Eastbourne
Woodmancote Evangelical Free Church, Woodmancote
 

Copthorne Chapel

War memorial


E.S. Plaws

 

E.A. Arnold

E.T. Brackpool

W.F. Brooker

A. Daniels

W.R.Habgood

F.R. Harding

P. Locke

W. Langridge

Back to Memorial Page

 

In Memory of
EDWIN STEWART PLAWS

The Red Cross Emblem is a special protective sign

Volunteer, British Red Cross

Listed on the memorial as S Plaws.

Stewart joined the Red Cross about August 1917 at 83, Pall Mall, the HQ of

the Red Cross and the Order of St John. He was sent to France before May

1918; certificate number 15459 and passport number 177837. Appointed to

the Motor Department and embarked for Bologne. Possibly an ambulance

driver, he is not listed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
 

 

J.C. Gerrard.

J. Mason

W. Mason

A. Mitchell

W. T. Mitchell

E.S. Plaws

F. Stevens

J. Tester

Back to Memorial Page

 
 

Copyright Copthorne Chapel AD 2001 | Webmaster r.bailey@pncl.co.uk  | Top |  Last Updated: 28 October 2008 23:25