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Apparently the memorial was in an old picture frame that had been covered up with another picture, this along with a number of other pictures were sold, for the frames rather than the pictures. Sometime later we were contacted by the buyer who had found the memorial and returned it to us. I then had it reframed and it was then displayed in the Church. There were also memorials in Providence Congregational Church, Stainland. A Roll of Honour was unveiled [16th September ]. The Church was demolished [s].

The central figure is of St George slaying the dragon. The latter figure was stolen but the plinth remains. The Memorial was allegedly passed on to the brewery. Contributor Chris Armstrong reports that the Roll of Honour was still in the pub when the property was for sale in He died at Kimberley [15th February ] Greater love hath no man that this, that a man lay down his life for his friend It is said that there is a time capsule behind the Memorial. When the Baths were demolished [], the Memorial was to be removed by hand and stored for future re-location — let's hope it doesn't just disappear The site of Victoria Baths, Elland has been retained as an open space, and Marshall's have erected a monument to Elland's charter of It is hoped that the drinking fountain which was set into the wall of the Baths — in memory of Sergeant Joshua Hemingway — will also be included in the space.

It depicts a soldier in tropical kit. Longbottom , and the sculptor was B. A balustrade which came from the eastern side of Halifax Town Hall was placed around the memorial in 19??. The balustrade and terrace were designed by Sir Charles Barry. The sandstone balusters were made at Pickard's Bobbin Factory. Recently, much of the balustrade was removed for safe-keeping. The statue was blown over by a gale in In July , the bronze plaque of was stolen.

These are hidden behind stage fittings. This and associated pages use information which was drawn from the Imperial War Museums website, the Weaver to Web website and which was kindly supplied by Rob Hamilton. Trevor Greenwood Stanley Waddy Knight. Gilbert Alva Carter. Ernest Brooks. John Bancroft. Ernest Nutton.

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George Bloomer. Ernest Farrar. Fred Williamson. Henry Sutcliffe. James William Hirst. Ifor Parry.

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Albert Bowes. Ernest Crabtree. Harry Turner. To be completed. Arthur Broadbent Stanley Ellam V. John Baldwin. Albert Edward Empsall. Question : Does anyone know where it is now? George Lawrence Fred Alwyn Pearson. The frame is of broad, dark oak with gold slip.

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Ernest Carey J. John Edmund Hoyle. Wilfred Kirkbride. George Chadwick Fred Fairbank. John William Taylor [Sunday School].

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Stanley Briggs. Ernest Mallalieu. John Smith. Charles Greenwood. Harry Longbottom Kaye Schofield. Charles Summerscales. Douglas Ellis. Edwin Heap. Gilbert Mallison. Frank Helliwell Thorpe. John Coggin Sykes. Harry Horsfall John Thorp. Tom Spencer.

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Arthur Ambler. Arthur Smith Ephraim Smith. Albert Bate Jonathan Murgatroyd. Whiteley Hesselden. Joseph Rothery Scholfield.

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Frederick Charles Carlton Clark A. Turner Norman Wilson. Leonard Mellor. Raymond Lister Wade. Harry Noble. Clifford Seddon. Clifford Seddon Thomas Hanson Turner. William Thomas Binns. Elkanah Ramsden. Question : Does anyone know if there are any photos of the memorial? It is not clear which Church or which School this refers to. Frank Armitage. Joseph Carter James Reid. Edward Cyril Kingsford James Reid. Sam Henderson Herbert Seed. He was in the beginning with God.

All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being. What has come into being in him was life, and the life was the light of all people. If John's Gospel provides the clearest indication of early Christian belief in the incarnation, it is at least clear that the other Gospels believe that in Jesus God is present with his people in a new and decisive way.

source Right at the beginning of Matthew's Gospel, before Jesus has been born, we are told:. All this took place to fulfil what had been spoken by the Lord through the prophet: "Look, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and they shall name him Emmanuel," which means, "God is with us. The Gospels narrate the story of how God's relationship with human beings manifested itself in Jesus' life and death. These books are therefore not just about Jesus' identity who Jesus is but also about his work what Jesus did.

There are three key areas of Jesus' activity, his healing, his preaching and his suffering. Whatever one thinks about the historicity of the events described in the Gospels, and there are many different views, one thing is not in doubt: Jesus had an overwhelming impact on those around him. The Gospels speak regularly of huge crowds following Jesus. Perhaps they gathered because of his reputation as a healer.

Perhaps they gathered because of his ability as a teacher. Whatever the cause, it seems likely that the authorities' fear of the crowd was a major factor leading to Jesus' crucifixion.


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In a world where there was no democracy, mobs represented a far greater threat to the Romans' rule than anything else. Yet in spite of Jesus' popularity during his lifetime, the early Christian movement after Jesus' death was only a small group with a tiny power base in Jerusalem, a handful of Jesus' closest followers who stayed loyal to Jesus' legacy because they were convinced that Jesus was the Messiah, that he had died for everyone's sins, and that he was raised from the dead.

It was a movement that received its greatest boost when the most unlikely figure joined it, the apostle Paul. The Gospels are a form of ancient biography and are very short.