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Memorial which was formerly in the Lady Chapel and is now at the west entrance to the church.

UKNIWM Ref - 27257

A Lady Chapel was added to the north side of the church in 1924 and served as the war memorial. A plaque with the names of men from the parish who died in the war was mounted on the west wall of the chapel. Dedication: 'The chapel is dedicated to the Glory of God as a memorial to the men of this parish who gave their lives for King and Country in the Great war 1914-1918'. The plaque was moved to the entrance of the church by the west door when the interior of the church was altered c2011.

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

GA Aldred - Arthur George Aldred

L Andrews - Leonard Andrews

W Archer - Walter Archer

CH Armstrong - Clarence Henry Armstrong

T Ashby - Thomas Henry Ashby

B Bacon - Bertram Wilfred Bacon

HJ Bakewell - Horace James Bakewell

H Barker - Harold Barker

AR Bavin - Albert Richard Bavin

W Bavin - William Bavin

R Bentley - Robert Bentley

T Bentley - Thomas Bentley

E Berry - Edwin Ernest Berry

A Blanksby - Alfred Blanksby

F Blasdale - Frederick John Blasdale

J Bond - J Bond

JR Boot - John Robert Boot

E Booth - Ernest Booth

E or F Bostock - Frederick Bostock

CW Briggs - Charles William Briggs

L Brooks - Leonard Brooks

W Brooks - William Brooks

T Brown - Thomas Brown

WH Brown - William Henry Brown

AJ Bullivant - Alfred James Bullivant

AJS Bullivant - Arthur John Samuel Bullivant

FT Burnie - FT Burnie

H Burton - Harold Burton

GB Buswell - George B Buswell

JB Buswell - John B Buswell

W Butler - William Butler

HP Carey - Henry Pattison Carey

F Caunt - Frederick Caunt

EC Cave - Ernest Cecil Cave

AB Chamberlain - Archibald Bertie Chamberlain

A Clarkstone - Albert Clarkstone

CH Clay - Charles Halford Clay

P Colton - Percival Charles Colton

E Cooke - Eric Rushton Cooke

E L Cookson - Ernest Lambert Cookson

J Cooper - John Cooper

RA Cope - Richard Arthur Cope

P Cotton - P Cotton

FH Crafts - Frank Herbert Crafts

R Crooks - R Crooks

TB Cutts - Thomas Bernard Cutts

WC Daft - William Charles Daft

JW Dann - John William Dann

AH Dawson - Arthur Harold Dawson

W Dennis - Wilfred Dennis

ALM Dickins - Albert Light Moody Dickins

T Duffin - Thomas Duffin

CH Dutton - Clifford Henry Dutton

P Eite - Percy Eite

H Ellis - Herbert Ellis

F Eyre - Frank Eyre

JS Firth - John Stanley Firth

WC Fisher - William Fisher

C Foster - Charles Foster

GW Furniss - George William Furniss

C Gascoyne - Charles Gascoyne

AWP Gee - AWP Gee

J Gosling - John Gosling

W Gregory - Walter Gregory

J Groves - Jack Groves

W Grunnell - Webster Grunnell

J Guy - John Guy

A Hallam - Alfred Hallam

HC Hardy - Harry Clarence Hardy

FP Hargreaves - Frederick Parker Hargreaves

WH Harris - William Henry Harris

JW Hart - Joseph William Hart

CFW Highman - Charles Frederick William Highman

JFM Hind - Jesse Francis Montague Hind

H Hitchcock - Howard Hitchcock

WE Horner - William Ernest Horner

WF Howitt - William Fulton Howitt

RW Hoyte - Raymond Wilson Hoyte

PA Husbands - Percy Alfred Husbands

W Husbands - William Husbands

T Hutchinson - Tom Hutchinson

W Inchley - William Inchley

A Jackson - Arthur Jackson

P Jackson - P Jackson

HG Jalland - Harry Gardner Jalland

JH Johnson - John Hey Johnson

PN Johnson - Phillip Norman Johnson

F Jowers - Joseph Frank Jowers

NV Kelly - James Norman Victor Kelly

J Lait - John Lait

J Lancaster - J Lancaster

JH Lander - John Henry Lander

F Ledger - Frederick Ledger

HA Lenglet - Henry Alfred Lenglet

T (TH) Lenton - Thomas Herbert Lenton

A Liddiard - Arthur Liddiard

E A Lowe - Ernest Archer Lowe

TH Maltby - Thomas Herbert Maltby

CF Marriott - Cecil Frederick Marriott

H Marshall - H Marshall

J Martin - James Martin

N Martin - N Martin

E Mayfield - Edgar Mayfield

WA McClelland - William Alan McClelland

T Miller - T Miller

W Miller - William Miller

TC Miller - Thomas Charles Miller

B Moore - B Moore

EP Morley - Percy Edward Morley

F Morley - Frederick Morley

HA Morley - Harry Morley

LW Mosley - Wilfred Leslie Mosley

V Mosley - Vivian Mosley

AH Onion - Albert Henry Onion

C Orme - Charles Orme

G Osborne - G Osborne

H Parish - Harold Parrish

HK Peach - Harold Kinsey Peach

F Pickburn - Frank Pickburn

B Pike - Bernard Pike

EC Poole - Ernest Charles Pool

D Poole - Donald Arthur Poole

DA Poole - Donald Arthur Poole

E Priestley - Ernest Priestley

JH Rayner - John Henry Rayner

T Richards - Thomas Richards

R Richmond - Richard Richmond

W Richmond - William G Richmond

EH Roach - Ernest Harold Roach

E Rockley - Ernest Rockley

L Rockley - Leonard Rockley

E H Rolleston - Eric Harold Rolleston

G Rowe - George Walter Rowe

E Russell - Edward Ernest Russell

S Sanday - Samuel Sanday

EC Savidge - Edward Charles Savidge

HW Schroder - Henry Dudley Schroder

CE Scott - Cecil Ewart Scott

SG Scott - Samuel George Scott

WS Scott - WS Scott

H Shepherd - Henry Shepherd

CWT Sheppard - Clarence William Tutbury Sheppard

J Shortland - John Shortland

B Smart - Bernard Arthur Smart

G Smart - George Smart

W Smedley - William Smedley

M Smedley - Marton Smedley

G Smith - G Smith

T Stones - Thomas Stones

A Surgy - Arthur Surgey

HW Swallow - Herbert William Swallow

F Talbot - Frederic Herbert Talbot

RWG Thompson - Ralph William George Thompson

E Truman - Ernest Truman

AA Truman - Albert Truman

AJ Truman - Arthur James Truman

W Tuckwood - William Tuckwood

A Tugby - Alfred Tugby

WH Tugby - William Henry Tugby

Harry Tutin - Harry Tutin

D Vincent - David Vincent

L Wagstaff - Leonard Wagstaff

I Walker - Isaac Walker

A Wardle - Anthony Wardle

JC Warren - John Crosby Warren

FG Wesselhoeft - Frederic Grange Wesselhoeft

GH Wesselhoeft - George Henri Wesselhoeft

JJ Whelband - Joseph James Whelband

C Whiteland - Charles Whiteland

CE Whitworth - Charles Edward Whitworth

F Widdowson - Frank Widdowson

GF Widdowson - George Francis Widdowson

F Wolvin - Frederick Wolvin

J Wood - J Wood

L Woodward - Leslie Collins Woodward

A Wright - Arthur Wright

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  • Memorial which was formerly in the Lady Chapel and is now at the west entrance to the church.
    St John, Carrington - Memorial which was formerly in the Lady Chapel and is now at the west entrance to the church.