[Skip to content]



Bramcote - St Michael and All Angels Church

A brass plaque created to remember those who fell n battle from the Bramcote area in 1914-1918.

UKNIWM Ref - 26845

The war memorial in the church was dedicated in April 1920. Bramcote Local History Group has researched men from the parish commemorated on the memorial and also men who served and returned, The Group has published its research: 'Remembering the people of Bramcote; How one village was affected by World War One'. Original wooden crosses, which marked the graves, were returned to next of kin on application when the crosses were replaced with permanent headstones. A number of parishioners claimed crosses and with the vicar's permission these were placed in the churchyard; none have survived.

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

RLB Allen - Richard Lancelot Baugh Allen

HB Bartram - Harold Brocklesby Bartram

AH Burton - Arthur Henry Burton

CG Claye - Charles Geoffrey Claye

G Cooke - George Cooke

E Eatch - Ernest Eatch

R Hallam - Richard Hallam

F Kirk - Frank Kirk

CG Lavelle - Charles Paton Lavelle

JS Pearson - John Strachan Pearson

SH Pearson - Stephen Hetley Pearson

JS Starbuck - John Strachan Starbuck

H Swift - Harry Swift

A Thorpe - A Thorpe

H Tomlinson - Harry Tomlinson

Photos
  • A brass plaque created to remember those who fell n battle from the Bramcote area in 1914-1918.
    Brass Plaque in Church. - A brass plaque created to remember those who fell n battle from the Bramcote area in 1914-1918.