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Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Brook : Great War Memorial window -


The Great War memorial is the east window of St Mary's Church, Brook, Isle of Wight, PO30 4EU.
IWM War Memorials Archive Record

Link : War Memorials Archive Reference 21729  
Historic England Listing Status

St Mary's Church is Grade II Listed. Since the War Memorial forms part of the fabric of the Church, it is assumed that it is included within the Listing.
Description and history

Three light stained glass window, depicting Jesus on the cross, flanked by the Virgin Mary and Christ on the left, and St George on the right.

Dedicated by the Rev C A Shaw, and unveiled by the Bishop of Southampton, on Sunday 24th October 1920.

The window was made by Messrs Clayton and Bell, London.

Brook : Great War Memorial
Brook : War Memorial

To the Glory of God and in
loving memory
of those who
gave their lives
in the Great War 1914 - 18
names as given below

Pro Deo, Pro Patria

Names recorded

C G Seely, Capt, Hampshire Regt, k in action Gaza, 16 Apr 1917 CWGC record ... Biographical Information
F R Seely, Lieut, Hampshire Regt, k in action Arras, 13 Apr 1917 CWGC record ... Biographical Information
A C G Brown, Lieut, RAF, d of wounds received nr Perowne, 3 May 1918 CWGC record ...
J E G Brown, Lieut, Royal West Kent Regt, k in action Zillebeeke, 22 Feb 1915 CWGC record ... Brown brothers memorial plaque in
Mottistone SS Peter and Paul Church

Brown brothers : Great War Memorial in
Mottistone SS Peter and Paul Church
C E Cassell, Royal Fusiliers, d of wounds Norwich Hospital, 31 Oct 1919 CWGC record ... Buried in Brook St Mary's Churchyard
W Cooke, RFA, d a prisoner of war, 1916 CWGC record ...
L F Downer, RFA, d of wounds nr Entille, Sept 1916 CWGC record ... Additional inscription on family headstone in SS Peter & Paul Churchyard.
P Downer, Hampshire Regt, k in action Ypres, 8 Nov 1914 CWGC record ... Biographical Information
E F Newbery, Lincolnshire Regt, k in action Arras, 11 April 1917 CWGC record ...
S White, Somerset LI, d of wounds Limburg, 11 Sept 1918 CWGC record ...



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