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TitlePhotograph of a war memorial plaque for the Grand Independent Order of Loyal Caledonian Corks (GIOLCC)
DescriptionThe plaque comprised a roll of honour listing the names of 41 members of the Solihull Lodge (No. 506) of the GIOLCC who served in the First World War, and the names of six members who died. The 'Corks' was a friendly, sick and dividend society that was established in Birmingham in 1884 and was dissolved in May 1971. At the time of its dissolution, the Solihull Lodge met at the Gardeners' Arms, High Street, Solihull.

The memorial plaque was inside Christ Church Congregational Church, Warwick Road, Solihull. The church was situated on the corner of Drury Lane and Warwick Road, and was demolished as part of the Central Area Development of Solihull in the 1960s. It was replaced by a new United Reformed Church further down the Warwick Road on the opposite side of the road.

The names on the plaque of those who served are: P[ast] C[aptain] P[ast] C[aptain] S.H. Joiner; Bro[ther] W. F. Davis; Bro[ther] J. Keen; Bro[ther] A. R. White; Bro[ther] Sam Bragg; Bro[ther] H. Jones; Bro[ther] Syd. Bragg; Bro[ther] W. J. Humphries; Bro[ther] S. L. Powell; Bro[ther] W. Tustin; Bro[ther] A. Webb; Bro[ther] W. W. Matthews; Bro[ther] E. W. Richards; Bro[ther] P. H. Ellis; Bro[ther] A. R. Joiner; Bro[ther] W. J. Wilsdon; Bro[ther] F. Morrell; Bro[ther] F. Osborne; Bro[ther] J. Daffon; Bro[ther] H. G. Hudson; Bro[ther] E. W. Neale. P[ast] C[aptain] W. A. Gillett; P[ast] C[aptain] J. Webb; Bro[ther] T. Tarplee senr.; Bro[ther] J. Coton; Bro[ther] J. H. Watson; Bro[ther] F. Craddock; Bro[ther] J. T. Waldron; Bro[ther] J. Tarplee; Bro[ther] J. T. Cotton; Bro[ther] S. Elvins junr.; Bro[ther] H. Peach; Bro[ther] A. E. Stowe; Bro[ther] P. C. Salter; Bro[ther] E. J. Clark; Bro[ther] H. Assinder; Bro[ther] C. A. Joiner; Bro[ther] T. Nix junr.; Bro[ther] J. W. Bullock; Bro[ther] A. Florence; Bro[ther] E. J. Harrison.

Those killed are recorded as: P[ast] C[aptain]A. Wheeler; Bro[ther] W. H. Britt; Bro[ther] C. Middleton; Bro[ther] W. King; Bro[ther] Bro[ther] L. Gillett; Bro[ther] T. Paget.
Date[?c. 1960]
Access StatusOpen
Access ConditionsNo restrictions on access. Available on request during library opening hours.
FormatPhotograph
CategoryPhotographs
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