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Photo taken by Peter Gillings - 
Village cross with All Saints Church in the background

UKNIWM Ref - 27031

Cross erected on the area known as 'The Pudge', High Street, Misterton, close to the parish church of All Saints. The memorial was unveiled in 1921 by Brigadier Sir Joseph Laycock, the Reverend Corlett and the Methodist minister, Rev Lloyd Jones MC, officiated at the service. The memorial window in All Saints church was unveiled and dedicated by Reverend Corlett in 1921.

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

T Brown - Tom Brown

A Charman - Arthur Charman

R Cooper - Ralph Cooper

W Draper - Wallace Draper

W W Farrar - William Watt Farrar

H Freebury - Henry Freebury

J R Fritchley - John Royal Fritchley

W H Grantham - Walter Henry Grantham

W Hackett - William Hackett

L G Hastings - Louis Gordon Hastings

J Head - John Head

J W Humberstone - John William Humberstone

K Jolland - Catherine (Kitty) Hannah Jollands

F Kitching - Fred Kitching

A Mason - Albert Mason

R Pettinger - Robert Joseph Clark Pettinger

J R Roberts - Joseph Richard Roberts

A Robinson - Albert Robinson

E Robinson - Edward Robinson

E Seward - Edward Seward

F Spencer - Fred Spencer

E H Tebbutt - Edgar Handley Tebbutt

E Tebbutt - Eric Tebbutt

Photos
  • Photo taken by Peter Gillings - 
Village cross with All Saints Church in the background
    Misterton - Village Cross - Photo taken by Peter Gillings - Village cross with All Saints Church in the background
  • Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Misterton - Village Cross - Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • This stained glass memorial window is within All Saints church, has a dedication which reads ' Remember with thanksgiving and all honour the men of Misterton who fell in the Great War 1914-18 to whose memory this window is dedicated' Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Memorial stained glass window in All Saints Church - This stained glass memorial window is within All Saints church, has a dedication which reads ' Remember with thanksgiving and all honour the men of Misterton who fell in the Great War 1914-18 to whose memory this window is dedicated' Photo taken by Peter Gillings