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Photo shows St Swithuns Church,Retford 
Courtesy Pter Gillings

UKNIWM Ref - 26979

There are three 'Great War' Memorials in St Swithuns Church, a screen with dedication (no names) a stained glass window commemorating the Sherwood Rangers (no names) and the third are oak boards with the names of 205 of the fallen parishioners of St Swithurns on it .All photos courtesy of Peter Gillings

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

R AHERNE - Robert Howard Aherne

C H ARAM - Charles Harry Aram

A ATKINSON - Arthur Atkinson

C BAKER - Charles Baker

J W BARNES - James William Barnes

H BARTLE - Harry Bartle

D BELL - David Bell

J BELLAMY - John Bellamy

C G BELSHAW - Clarence George Belshaw

F BETSON - Frank Betson

P C BIFFIN - Percy Cynberht Biffin

W A BIRCHAL - Wilfrid Arthur Birchal

H T BIRKETT - Harry Tomlinson Birkett

W E BLAKE - Walter Edward Blake

T E BOND - Thomas Edward Bond

A E BOOTH - Albert Ernest Booth

T A BOOTH - Thomas Arthur Booth

J BRADLEY - John BRADLEY

C BRAMMER - Charles Brammer

F BRIGGS - Frank Briggs

W BROOME - William Broome

A BROWN - Alfred Brown

T BROWN - Tom Brown

G B BURTON - George Booth Burton

W A BURTON - William Arthur Austin Burton

C M CHAPMAN - Charles Martin Chapman

J CHAPMAN - John Chapman

E CHARTER - Ernest Walter Charter

R W CLARK - Reginald William Clark

E CLARKE - Edward Clarke

F H CLARKE - Frederick Herbert Clarke

R W CLARKE - Robert William Clarke

P CLAYTON - Philip Clayton

W COLLINGBURN - William Henry Collingburn

M H E COLTON - Michael Herbert Edmonds Colton

J CORDALL - James Cordall

J Cordall - James Cordall

T W CRAGG - Tom William Cragg

H CRISP - Herbert Crisp

H CROSSLAND - Herbert Crossland

J W DARWIN - John William Darwin

D D'ASCANIO - Domenico D'ascanio

J E DAVIS - John Ernest Davis

H DAVISON - Horace Davison

L DAVISON - Lewis Thompson Davison

W DAWSON - William Dawson

H DAY - Henry Day

H DEXTER - Harry Dexter

G DOBBS - George Dobbs

P W DOE - Percy William Doe

H DYER - Herbert Dyer

E EAITCH - Ernest Eaitch

A FARR - Arthur Farr

F FARRAND - Frank Farrand

J E FORD - James Ernest Ford

E R S FOSTER - Edgar Robert Symington Foster

A FRARY - Arthur Frary

E W FRISBY - Ernest William Frisby

J GALLIMORE - John Gallimore

G GILL - George Gill

A GLEW - Arthur Glew

C GRANDE - Charles Grande

J GRANDE - Joseph Grande

A GREEN - Alonzo Green

D GREEN - David Hercules Green

J GREGORY - Joseph Gregory

J A GUY - John Arthur Guy

F HARRISON - Frederick Harrison

J C F HARTER - James Collier Foster Harter

W R HAZLE - Walter Reginald Hazle

A C HEALD - Alfred Cecil Heald

A HEATH - Abraham Heath

L G HEATH - Leonard George Heath

R HEMSWORTH - Robert Hemsworth

T HENSHAW - Thomas Henshaw

J E HIRST - John Edgar Hurst Hirst

E L HODSON - Edward Linton Hodson

J W HODSON - John William Hodson

W HOLEY - Walter Holey

A R HOLLAND - Arthur Richard Holland

W HOLLAND - William Holland

H HOLLINGSWORTH - Herbert Hollingsworth

F HOPKINSON - Frank Hopkinson

T C HUCKERBY - Thomas Carter Huckerby

G HUNT - George Hunt

H HUSBAND - Herbert Husband

G H JOHNSON - Gordon Handley Johnson

J JOHNSON - Joseph Johnson

J W JOWETT - James Walter Jowett

H KAY - Harry Kay

H KAYE - Herbert Kaye

P N KENT - Percival Naylor Kent

F H KIRTLAND - Francis Harold Kirtland

E A KNIGHT - Edward Alexander Knight

J LAMB - Joseph Lamb

R C LAYTON - Roland Churchill Layton

W LEEMAN - Walter Leeman

C LEVICK - Charles Levick

T LISTER - Thomas Neville Lister

F H LOFTUS - Frederic Harold Loftus

G N LYTE - George Norman Lyte

J N MACRAE - Joseph Nixon Macrae

R MARSDEN - Richard Marsden

R MARTIN - Robert Martin

C G MAWHOOD - Claude George Mawhood

W B MELLARS - Walter Baker Mellars

J MELLISH - James Richard Mellish

SIR J P MILBANKE - John Peniston Milbanke

H MILLNS - Harold Millns

G H MOORE - George Henry Moore

J MORLEY - John Morley

G E MORRIS - George Ernest Morris

W MOSS - William Moss

H MOTTASHED - Harold Mottashed

T MYERS - Thomas Myers

T NEEDHAM - Thomas Needham

J E NEWSTEAD - James Edward Newstead

C R NICKSON - Cecil Raymond Nickson

A M OAKDEN - Arthur Marshall Oakden

G OLDFIELD - George OLDFIELD

C OSTICK - Charles Ostick

F PAGE - F PAGE

W H PALMER - William Hardy Palmer

J PARKIN - John Parkin

R PASCOE - Reginald PASCOE

W PATTISON - William Pattison

J PETTINGER - James Pettinger

T PHILLIPS - Thomas Phillips

F H PICKARD - Frank Pickard

S W PICKERING - Samuel William Pickering

J W PIERREPONT - John William Pierrepont

J V PIGGOT - Joseph Victor Piggott

E L PLANT - Edward Langton Plant

R S PLANT - Robert Sidney Plant

W A PORKESS - Walter Anderson PORKESS

H RANDALL - Harry Randall

W C RANDALL - Walter Cecil Randall

A RANSLEY - Alfred Algarnon H Ransley

READ - Eric Oswald Read

RICKARDS - RICKARDS

A ROBINSON - Albert Robinson

J H ROBINSON - John Henry Robinson

J ROSSINGTON - John Rossington

R ROSSINGTON - Richard Rossington

A C ROXBURGH - Alan Cameron Roxburgh

A SANDERSON - Arthur Sanderson

H SAUNDERS - Herbert Saunders

J J SEAGRAVE - John James Seagrave

H W SEASTON - H W Seaston

W A SESTON - William Alec Seston

E SEWARDS - Edward Seward

J H SHAW - John Herbert Shaw

H SHELDON - Harry Sheldon

C F L SHEPPARD - Charles Felix Lavenue Sheppard

A G SIMPSON - Alfred George Simpson

H SLACK - Harold Slack

H SLEDMORE - Harrison Sledmore

P M SMITH - Phillip Martin Smith

T SMITH - Thomas Smith

T R SMITH - Thomas Rowland Smith

W H SMITH - William Henry Smith

E SNELL - Edgar Snell

J W SPENCER - John William Spencer

A STANILAND - Archie Staniland

M J STEVENSON - Marcus James Stevenson

W E STOCKDALE - Walter Edwin Stockdale

H SUMMERCALE - Harry Summerscales

A SUTTON - Albert Sutton

H SUTTON - Harry Sutton

J SUTTON - John Sutton

W SWAN - William Swann

H SWANNACK - Henry Swannack

H TALBOT - Henry Talbot

D TANNER - David Tanner

F TAYLOR - Frederick Taylor

T B C TAYLOR - Tom Bradley Cliff Taylor

W TAYLOR - William Taylor

F THOMAS - F THOMAS

J THOMPSON - J THOMPSON

J S THORPE - John Somerled Thorpe

G W TINKER - George William Tinker

J TOMLINSON - James Tomlinson

H VALLANCE - Herbert Vallance

S VALLANCE - Samuel Vallance

D D Walker - David Doxey Walker

S WARDLE - Samuel Wardle

W WEBSTER - William Webster

C H WEST - C Henry West

C WHITELAND - Charles Whiteland

E WHITEN - Ernest Whiten

W WHITEN - Walter Whiten

C WHITWORTH - Charles Whitworth

S WHYSALL - Sidney Whysall

T WILKINSON - Thomas Wilkinson

W WILKINSON - William Wilkinson

C WILLIAMS - Colin Williams

G WILLIAMS - George Williams

W WILLIAMSON - William Williamson

H.E. WOODS - Harold Edwin Woods

C WOODWARD - Charles Woodward

D WOODWARD - Daniel Woodward

J WOODWARD - John Woodward

C W YOUNG - Charles William Young

Photos
  • Photo shows the stained glass window commemorating the Nottinghamshire Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry 1914-1919
    St Swithuns Church - Stained glass window - Photo shows the stained glass window commemorating the Nottinghamshire Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry 1914-1919
  • Photos shows a close up of the inscription contained on the stained glass window which reads ' Remember ye with thanksgiving and with all honour before God and man ,the officers and men of the Nottinghamshire Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry who gave their lives for King and Country in the Great War ,1914 - 1919 to whose memory this window is dedicated '
    St Swithuns stained glass window - Photos shows a close up of the inscription contained on the stained glass window which reads ' Remember ye with thanksgiving and with all honour before God and man ,the officers and men of the Nottinghamshire Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry who gave their lives for King and Country in the Great War ,1914 - 1919 to whose memory this window is dedicated '
  • Photo's showing the nine oak boards in the North transept in the memorial chapel giving the names of 203 men who fell during The Great War  the inscription reads ' Whosoever loseth his life for my sake shall find it ' The Great War 1914-1918.
    St Swithuns - oak boards war memorial - Photo's showing the nine oak boards in the North transept in the memorial chapel giving the names of 203 men who fell during The Great War the inscription reads ' Whosoever loseth his life for my sake shall find it ' The Great War 1914-1918.
  • Photo showing further oak boards
    St Swithuns - oak boards war memorial - Photo showing further oak boards
  • Photo showing further oak boards
    St Swithuns - oak boards war memorial - Photo showing further oak boards
  • Photo showing further oak boards
    St Swithuns - oak boards war memorial - Photo showing further oak boards
  • Photo showing further oak boards
    St Swithuns - oak boards war memorial - Photo showing further oak boards
  • Photo shows the inscription on the screen situated between the crossing and the lady chapel which reads ' These chantries were adapted were adapted as a chapel and this screen erected to the glory of God and in memory of those of this parish and of others connected with this church who laid down their lives in the great War 1914-1918
    St Swithuns - screen memorial - Photo shows the inscription on the screen situated between the crossing and the lady chapel which reads ' These chantries were adapted were adapted as a chapel and this screen erected to the glory of God and in memory of those of this parish and of others connected with this church who laid down their lives in the great War 1914-1918
  • Photo showing the screen between the crossing and the lady chapel
    St Swithuns screen memorial - Photo showing the screen between the crossing and the lady chapel
  • Photo shows St Swithuns Church,Retford 
Courtesy Pter Gillings
    Retford St Swithuns Church - Photo shows St Swithuns Church,Retford Courtesy Pter Gillings