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Remembered Today:

Whitehead, Morris & Co Ltd printed Rolls of Honour


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The roll of honour for the Drake Bn RND was recently posted here. It was made by Whitehead, Morris & Co Ltd Printers, Caxton House, Westminster and it looks like it was available from 1914 onwards to record those serving as well as still being used after the war to record the dead.

Here is another in Reston United Free Church


From "Merseman" http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?t=8193

There will be many others out there I'm sure. A quick search on Google shows up ones in Sandbach, a Baptist Church in Swansea, another Welsh one in Anglesey and a sunday school in Staffordshire.

They seem to have come in at least two sizes and the flag is normally the union flag but on the RND one it was the white ensign.

I'd be interested to know...

What happened to Whitehead, Morris & Co Ltd Printers, Caxton House, Westminster?


Where else are their RoH's hanging?



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