Cricket Club (MCC), Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood Road,
St John's Wood, Greater London, hosts a series of war memorials. These
are listed here but there may be others. Thos known memorials are listed
individually here and where a transcription of names is available a
separate page has been allocated.
MEMBERS WORLD WAR 1 MEMORIAL
memorial is to be found on the top staircase of the Lord’s
pavilion and takes the form of a nowy-headed wooden board with gold
lettering that is accompanied by a framed print giving details of
membership, date elected, date of death and place of burial. The club
emblem can be found at the top of the board. There are 330 names listed.
TO THE MEMORY
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE MCC
WHO DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR
COUNTRY DURING THE GREAT WAR
MEMBERS WORLD WAR 2 MEMORIAL
memorial is to be found at the top of the staircase in the pavilion
and takes the form of a nowy-headed wooden board with gold lettering
that is accompanied by a framed print giving details of membership,
date elected, date of death and place of burial. The MCC badge appears
at the top, centre. There are 282 names listed. The memorial was unveiled
by Field-Marshall Lord Bramall 9th August 2005.
TO THE MEMORY OF
MEMBERS OF THE MCC
WHO DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR
COUNTRY DURING WW2
RAF AIR CREW AT LORDS
the Lord's Pavilion west side, back, is a memorial seat in the south
wall with a bronze plaque above.
ENTERING THE RAF TROUGH/
GATE NO.1 AIR CREW RECEPTION AREA
AT LORDS DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
GAVE THEIR LIVES. OUR ENJOYMENT OF
CRICKET REFLECTS THEIR SACRIFICES.
MCC MEMORIAL MUSEUM
MMC Memorial Museum is situated behind the Lord's Pavailion. Two
plaues commeorate the opening of the museum building.
THE MEMORY OF CRICKETERS
OF ALL LANDS WHO GAVE THEIR
LIVES IN THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM
SECURE FROM CHANGE IN
THEIR HIGH- HEARTED WAYS.
THIS GALLERY WAS OPENED
BY HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS
THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH
ON THE 27TH OF APRIL 1953
AND DEDICATED BY THE LORD
BISHOP OF LONDON TO BE A
MEMORIAL TO CRICKETERS OF
ALL LANDS WHO GAVE THEIR
LIVES IN TWO WORLD WARS
LORDS CRICKET GROUND ASHES SHOWCASE MEMORIAL
show case used to display the Ashes in the Lord's Circket Museum has
a dedication to two men who fell in the Second World War.
CASE HAS BEEN GIVEN IN MEMORY OF
CLAUDE ASHTON (WINCHESTER CAMBRIDGE ESSEX) AND ROGER WINLAW (WINCHESTER
WHO TOGETHER GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY 31-10-42
LORDS CRICKET GROUND MUSEUM MEMORIAL SHOWCASES
glass show cases in the Lord's Cricket Ground Museum commemorate the
52 Repton Cricketers who gave their lives between 1914 and 1946.
THE MEMORY OF REPTON CRICKETERS
BY THE FROGS CRICKET CLUB
IN MEMORY OF 52 MEMBERS WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES IN WAR, 1914 - 1946.
INCOGNITI CRICKET CLUB MEMORIAL
Lord's Pavilion on the first landing of the staircase is a bronze
plaque with laurel wreaths in relief at the top and base of it.
ROLL OF HONOUR/ 1914- 1918
W G GRACE MEMORIAL GATES
outside the Lord's Cricket ground are ornate iron gates attached to
stone pillars which are a memorial to W G Grace.
THE MEMORY OF
WILLIAM GILBERT GRACE
THE GREAT CRICKETER, 1848-1915
THESE GATES WERE /ERECTED BY THE MCC
AND OTHER FRIENDS
FREE FORESTERS CRICKET CLUB
the Lord's Pavilion, on the first alnding of the staircase is a bronze
plaque with the emblem of the Free Foresters within a wreath at the
THE MEMBERS OF THE FREE FORESTERS
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
THE WORLD WARS
1914-1918 AND 1939-1945
UNITED THOUGH UNTIED.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY CRICKET CLUB World War 1
again on the first landing of the staircase within the Pavilion is
a wooden board with the Middlesex Cricket Club crest at the top containing
a roll of honour of those men who fell during World War 1 from the
COUNTY CRICKET CLUB
ROLL OF HONOUR