Mr Stanley Barker

Charity details

The Imperial War Museum Development Trust

IWM (Imperial War Museums) tells the story of people who have lived, fought and died in conflicts involving Britain and the Commonwealth since the First World War.

Our family of five museums in London, Manchester and Duxford are home to millions of individual items; photographs, negatives and transparencies; three dimensional objects, like uniforms, medals, firearms, and hundreds of larger objects like aircraft and vehicles.

Our collection features thousands of hours of historical sound recordings, film, books, maps, ephemera, posters, proclamations and publicity leaflets, unpublished diaries, letters and memoirs. 

Our exceptional art collection is one of the most important representations of twentieth century British art in the world. 

Using this rich and varied material we create vivid personal stories that, whilst sometimes challenging, are told with authority and empathy.  Through our dynamic exhibitions, and learning and public engagement programmes, we help shape an understanding of the causes, course and consequences of war for 21st century audiences.

By supporting IWM you will ensure that people’s stories are heard and never forgotten.

Registered Number 1146784

Messages of condolence

I have fond memories of childhood visits to Grandad Stan and Nanny Sheila. Now you are back together again may you RIP xxx Love Frances

Mrs Frances Shipp

We are both sorry we cannot make today. We send all our love, Maureen and Maurice xx

Mrs Maureen Kelly

We will miss our chats on the doorstep. An amazing man that will forever be in our hearts x

Mrs Katie Luckin

Stan will always be in our hearts he was a kind and resourceful man with many talents.

Mr & Mrs Carol & Nigel Lincoln

Fly high Stanley, may you rest in beautiful peace. All our love Frankie and Family xxx

Miss Francesca Tiernan

Service details

Church Service

16 May, 2022 14:00

Church of St Mary the Virgin

B1051, Dunmow, Broxted, CM6 2BU