For this church:
First World War and Second World War
The wooden memorial to those who died in both world wars has been fitted within the reveal of the east window of the south aisle. The names of the Fallen of the First World War are on a panel in the centre:
The last two named, Louie Chaplin and Fanny Taylor, died in 1918 as a result of the explosion and fire at the ordnance factory at Chilwell where they worked.
Directly above is a panel containing the names of the dead of the Second World War:
On the left side is a panel that states:
On the right side is a panel that reads:
Further information on the names that are listed on the memorial is available on the Nottinghamshire Roll of Honour website.
Other war memorials
A large wooden Roll of Honour, which lists all the men and women who served in the First World War, is located in the Memorial Hall. There is also a small wooden Roll of Honour for the Second World War in the hall. Further information on the names that appear on the boards is available on the Gotham and District Local History Society website.