The following names appeared on the First World War Memorial Roll in St Paul's Church

Thomas

Alderman

William

Ambrose

William

Batchelor

Joseph Ed.

Bilby

Alan Marlowe

Bullock

Arthur

Carrington

William

Carrington

Bert

Charge

Harry

Charge

Herbert

Christmas

Ernest Owen

Claridge

Frederick

Cole

Arthur

Cook

Thomas George

Cook

Walter Henry

Croft

William Alfred

Croft

Fred

Eames

Leonard

Ellison

Harry

Evans

Leonard Thomas

Evans

Frederick Charles

Garner

Oliver George

Gravestock

Charles

Johnson

Walter Charles

Long

William John

Miller

Edward

Minter

Joseph Walter

Needham

Bertie Walter

Parkins

John

Parrish

George Thomas

Perry

Charles Henry

Potts

Daniel

Ratcliffe

Arthur William

Searle

Leonard

Sells

Walter

Simons

Albert

Smith

Charles James

Vaughan

Frank

Ward

Charles Edward

Wykes

William

Wykes

[from The London Gunners come to Town

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St Paul's Church

 

St Paul's Church, Queen Street
[from Hemel Hempstead in Camera]

[Original was card by Downer, Watford]

The Church was built by public subscription for around 3,000 on a site given by Sir Astley Paston Cooper at the top of Queen Street, it was consecrated in June 1869 serving first as a Chapel of Ease to St Mary, it became a separate parish in 1878. A vicarage was added in 1882. Rev E J Gallop was the first incumbent followed by Rev L H Boswall in 1905 and in 1925 by the Rev E J Leeke followed by Rev A L Harkness then the Rev C H Edmonds until 1947 when the last minister was appointed the Rev P G Handford who left in 1956. In June 1961 the Church was finally closed.

Information provided by R. W. Sear

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