War Memorials South West Porch
War Memorials South West Porch
War Memorials South West Porch
War Memorials South West Porch
War Memorials South West Porch

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These War Memorials are located in the South West porch of the church, originally located on the East Wall with the accompanying crucifix they were moved to make way for the larger stone piece now on the East End. 

Physical Object, SJ13
War Memorials South West Porch
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A wide collection of memorials ranging from horses that were killed in the First World War to former Vicars.
Plaques and engraved stones commemorate openings and key moments throughout St Jude's history.

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This postcard shows the Free Church's war memorial with a painting on the wall behind. 

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This memorial to the horses that perished during the First World War was made in 1970, replacing the original bronze model of a horse made by church arhcitect Lutyens' father.