Macclesfield St Paul’s Church

Imperial War Museum Reference 12996.

 

THE BUILDING

St Paul’s Church was built in 1844 and is still in use.

The location of this building can be seen on this map; more information about the church can be found on St Paul’s Church website.

 

St Pauls Church web

 

THE MEMORIAL
The war memorial, on the south side of the church, is in the form of a stone cross with the names of the fallen engraved on the base.

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SACRIFICE
IN
GRATEFUL
MEMORY
OF
THE MEN OF
ST PAULS
CHURCH
WHO FELL IN
THE GREAT WAR
1914 – 1919
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JOHN CHALLENER
CHARLES R DALE
FREDK. DALE
HARRY DUFFIELD
HENRY EDWARDS
GEORGE EVANS
CHARLES GILCHRIST
VERNON HOOLEY
WALTER HUGHES
JOHN ROSE
HARRY SWAINE
ALBERT TAYLOR
FRANK WARRINGTON

“LET US BE TRUE TO THE LAND FOR WHICH THEY DIED”

 

The grave of Sapper Charles Towel Gilchrist  who died in Wallasey, Cheshire on 13th February 1919 is located in the churchyard.