St. Andrew's United Methodist Church World War I Honor Roll (PA)

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St. Andrew's United Methodist Church World War I Honor Roll (PA)

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Title

St. Andrew's United Methodist Church World War I Honor Roll (PA)

Description

St. Andrews erected a bronze honor roll plaque to honor 24 of its parishioners who served in the war, including two who lost their lives. The plaque is domed and features a garland of laurel leaves. It was previously located indoors, in the church sanctuary, but has recently been relocated to the exterior of the church building. The date of the honor roll is not known, but like most church honor rolls, it was likely erected soon after the Armistice (c. 1919 - 1921).

Inscription

HONOR ROLL

DEDICATED TO THE

BOYS OF OUR CHURCH

WHO ANSWERED

THEIR COUNTRY’S CALL

IN THE

WORLD WAR

*L.H. FIELDING          *WALTER J. HUNTER
GEORGE R. BEARD          LESTER W. NELSON
EDWARD V. BROWN        PERICLES PAVLIDES
HARRY BUCHANAN             GEORGE L. PYOTT
CHARLES B. CAMPBELL           JOHN H. SMITH
RYLAND CARTER                  FRANK E. SPOHN
WILLIAM R. COOKE, JR.  LEWIS G. SPOHN, JR.
WILLIAM L. GARLAND     CHESTER D. SWARTZ
CHARLES D.W. JONES        HARRY O. SWARTZ
JAMES LITTLEFIELD        PERNIN H.Q. TAYLOR
HOWARD M. LUTZ                CYRIL W. TAYLOR
CARL W. MULLER                     IRA I. WEAVER

1917 * 1918

Location

17 Llandillo Road
Haverton, Delaware County, Pennsylvania

Contributing Institution

Mark D. Anderson