St.Alban's is a living church which serves the community and on this blog and its attached pages you will find details of the church both past and present and how to contact us. Some pages are still under construction so please bear with us for a while.

When you click a link on this page it will take you to another page with the same heading. You will need to scroll down to find the information you require.

Another purpose of this blog is to provide a genealogical guide to the church of St.Alban the Martyr which is situated in St.John's Road, Westcliff on Sea, Essex. Like many churches it contains a wealth of material of interest to people studying local history and family history. It is our intention to provide, as best we can, information about the many people who are commemorated in this beautiful church. Obviously this is a work in progress and the project has only just begun so we ask for your patience. If you have, or think you might have, historical connections with the church, we'd love to hear from you.

1939 - 1945 WAR MEMORIAL

The Plaque commemorating those who died during World War Two is situated near the West end of the church. The names listed are :

BRANCH, Kenneth                      Lance Bombadier. Royal Artillery (Maritime Div) Lived 29 Sum                                                           Summercourt Road, Westcliff.  7/2/43.           
BROOKS, Dorothy
CARTER, James                        
CHILD, Walter                              Petty Officer Royal Naval Volenteer Reserve(Wireless) Lived 7
                                                       Balmoral Road, Westcliff. 24/1/43
COOK, Charles
DAVIS, Henry
DAY, James
DULWICH, William                    
FORD, Walter                                Sergeant Royal Horse Artillery. 15/11/41
GRANT, Denis                               Leading Airman R.A.F. 15/10/44
MARTIN, George
SAPEY, Frederick
WARD, Harold                              Bombadier, Royal Horse Artillery. 19/10/44    

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