Boundary Road, St Albans (Closed) War Memorial

Location of its War Memorial

At the time the plaque was presented Boundary Road would have been part of Primitive Methodism. The plaque was transferred from Boundary Road to Hatfield Road Methodist Church in July 1987 when Boundary Road was closed and sold. Members of Boundary Road transferred their membership to Hatfield Road at that time.

The Memorial contains 6 names.

I have done some very basic research on those named. If anyone has further details they would like added or can correct any mistake I may have made please add a comment to this page and I will ensure it is updated.

James Blackburn:- No details currently known.

Ernest Haddow:- A Lance Corporal in the Middlesex Regiment. Died 06/08/1918 and is remembered also in the Wailly Orchard Cemetery.

James Keech:- A Private in the Middlesex Regiment. Died 21/09/1917 and is also remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial.

Harry Ivory:- No details currently known.

Arthur Ivory:- A Private in the Bedfordshire Regiment 4th Battalion Died on the 23/04/1917 and is remembered also on the Arras Memorial.

Horace Stone:- A Private in the Hertfordshire Regiment. Died on the 30/04/1918 and is also remembered in the Voormezeele Cemetery in Enclosure 3.

Comments about this page

  • If anyone has any information or photographs, please share them with the Herts at War Project (www.hertsatwar.co.uk) – Jonty Wild

    By Jonty Wild (19/08/2017)
  • Arthur Ivory was born in 1895 in St. Albans to Henry and Mary Ivory who came from a Wheathampstead family. He worked in the post office until he was called up. Survived by his parents, sister Annie and brother Harry. RIP.

    By RAllen (23/12/2014)
  • Further to earlier comment – Harry was the brother of Arthur. Harry was killed 3 August 1917.

    By RAllen (23/12/2014)

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