Nottingham All Saints
Monuments and Memorials
|TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN PROUD AND LOVING MEMORY OF
MAJOR LESLIE COLLINS WOODWARD D.S.O.
"B" BATTERY 63RD BRIGADE R.F.A.
WHO FELL FIGHTING VALIANTLY AT MARICOURT FRANCE
SEPTEMBER 3RD 1918. AGED 26 YEARS
"So he passed over, and all the trumpets
sounded for him on the other side."
Memorial to the York and Lancaster Regiment, the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and the Lincolnshire Regiment who, during World War I, were camped in the Arboretum and worshipped at All Saints church.
|IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF
LIEUTENANT EDWARD CECIL
(15TH SHERWOOD FORESTERS)
BORN JANY 27TH 1895, KILLED AT
NEUVE CHAPELLE MAY 31ST 1916.
"HE GAVE HIS LIFE TO HOLD THE LINE
AND DO HIS DUTY, A MOST CAPABLE
OFFICER, BELOVED AND RESPECTED BY
ALL, ESPECIALLY BY HIS OWN MEN."
CALLED TO A HIGHER SERVICE.
|IN LOVING MEMORY OF
SERGT PERCY TAYLOR,
1/7 SHERWOOD FORESTERS R.H.R.
BORN 24TH 1885,
KILLED IN ACTION JUNE 18TH 1915,
AT ST ELOI, NR YPRES, BELGIUM,
WHILST NOBLY FIGHTING FOR HIS
GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS,
THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS.
|To the Glory of God and in loving
memory of Lance Corporal Claude Rands.
Born July 16 1887 Stretcher bearer
in the 1/7 (Robin Hood) Battn Sherwood
Foresters Killed while attending
a comrade near Loos May 16 1917.
"We were comforted over you by your faith."