St Thomas Crookes

 

From Canon Odom’s Memorials of Sheffield;-

Roll of Honour.
'The fine War Memorial consists of three alabaster tablets set in an arcade of three arches supported by slender pillars of green marble, the whole being recessed in the east wall of the north aisle. On the panels are the names of 211 men who fell in the Great War. The inscription is as follows: ‘In gratitude to Almighty God for the victorious issue of the Great European War, 1914-1918, and in loving memory of those who from this parish and congregation laid down their lives in the conflict and whose names are her inserted this Memorial is erected.’

 

Memorial window.
From Canon Odom’s Memorials of Sheffield;-
‘Army Surgeon succouring to the wounded – in memory of Charles Cecil Wildman Mays. R.A.M.C., ‘For 13 years a surgeon in this parish. He lost his life in the service of his country, Jan.25,1918, in the 40th year of his life.’

 

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