Stalybridge, St. George's Church (Soldiers' MIs)

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St. George's Church
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World Wars 1 and 2. Does not identify in which conflict the soldier died
SurnameForename(s)RankDetails
CHRISTIANJamesPrivateTreasured memories of Ellen CHRISTIAN 1895 - 1930 Sarah Jane CHRISTIAN 1890 -1960 John William CHRISTIAN 1892 - 1969 Private James CHRISTIAN B.D.S.M. Killed in action 1914 - 1944 Sargent Frank HARRIS killed in action 1918 - 1943
HARRIS FrankSargentTreasured memories of Ellen CHRISTIAN 1895 - 1930 Sarah Jane CHRISTIAN 1890 -1960 John William CHRISTIAN 1892 - 1969 Private James CHRISTIAN B.D.S.M. Killed in action 1914 - 1944 Sargent Frank HARRIS killed in action 1918 - 1943
 
World War 1
SurnameForename(s)RankDetails
BURGESSHaroldIn affectionate remembrance of George BURGESS of Stalybridge born Jan 22nd 1842 died Octr 7th 1900 thy will be done also of Sarah his wife who died March 14th 1912 aged 67 years "Into thy hands O Lord" also of Harold BURGESS their beloved son 8th Batt Loyal North Lancs Regt who died at hospital Amar Mesopotamia Octr 11th 1916 in his 30th year also of Joseph BURGESS their son who died Dec 22nd 1916 aged 44 years
SAXONTomSergeantIn loving memory of John McCANN who fell asleep May 6th 1925 aged 42 years also Nellie his beloved wife who fell asleep Dec 15th 1947 aged 63 years Joseph SAXON of Stalybridge also Ann his wife born February 13th 1859 died September 26th 1888 also their son Sergeant Tom SAXON of the 3rd King's Own Hussars killed in action in France on August 10th 1918 aged 29 years "leaving in the battle no blot on his name" also Jennie beloved daughter of John & Nellie McCANN grand-daughter of Joseph & Ann SAXON fell asleep Jan 31st 1923 aged 2 years who plucked this flower? "The Master, and the gardener held his peace

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