The photographs show the war memorial plaque inside the Cathedral door commemorating the Great War 1914-1918. Wording for the plaque is as follows: Their Name Liveth for Evermore. To the Glory of God and in Pious Memory of those who Laid down their lives in the Great War 1914-1918 especially John Francklyn Peters ( Pte. 7th Batt. C.E.F, April 24th 1916 aged 22 years), Gerald Hamilton Peters ( Lieut. 7th Batt. C.E.F, June 3rd 1917 aged 22 years), Harry Cuthbert Stuart D.C.M. (Lieut. 2nd Batt. C.E.F, Sept. 9, 1916 aged 28 years), Stewart Basil Simpson (Lieut. 5th CMR, C.E.F, Oct. 1st 1919, aged 22 years), Arthur Leigh Collett (Lieut. 8 Goucesters B.E.F. Nov. 18th 1917 aged 25 years), Noel L. Tooker (Capt. 54th Batt. C.E.F. March 1st 1917, aged 34 years), Henry Turner Cabonnell (Pte. RCR, April 9th, 1917 aged 29 years), Harold Morris ( TPR 5th CMR, C.E.F. OCT. 31, 1917 aged 28 years), John Walter Ings (Lieut. RE B.E.F, Sept.18th 1918 aged 20 years), Arthur Gordon (Sargt. Maj. 64 Arty A.E.F. Oct. 14th 1918, aged 27 years). "Translated from the warfare of the world into the Peace of God." "Grant them, O Lord, eternal rest and let Light Perpetual shine upon them."
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