Monday, 18 December 2017

Belmont Club WW1 Roll of Honour, Hoyland


Information:
This memorial was discovered by Belmont Club member Terry Sidebottom. It has been transcribed and researched by Graham Noble and additional research has been done by Peter Marsden.

Many thanks to Graham Noble for sharing this with the Barnsley War Memorials Project.

Description:
The Roll of Honour is rectangular and framed. 79 men are named on the memorial, 14 of whom died during ww1 and 65 who served.  All 14 casualties are remembered on Hoyland War Memorial. 3 of the men Naylor, Patmore and Taylor are commemorated on the memorial tablet in Elsecar Church.

Transcription:
Roll of Honour
Hoyland Town Belmont Club
Working Mens Club & Institute

Killed on Service
Andrews E
Marsden J Sgt
Butcher G
Naylor R
Dickens F
Patmore F
Doyle E
Powell J
Joynes H
Sidebottom J Cpl
Kirk J
Taylor G H Sgt
Marshall J
Webster H J

Members Who Joined His Majesty’s Forces
Allott J
Burgin J W
Bishop G
Ball T
Batty J
Batty R
Brack G T
Bourne L
Cox J
Charlton J
Crossland A
Dixon G A
Danforth A J
Dewhirst D
Drinkwater J
Danforth E
Fletcher H
Fozzard C
Grimes F
Guest H
Grimes T
Gregory C
Halpin G
Halpin E
Howells C
Hawkesworth L
Hall A
Higgs T
Hall G
Hague H
Hinton W H
Hirst G
Halpin J
Jackson W E
Johnson G
Kennedy T Sgt
Loftus W
Loftus B
Lowbridge W T
Marshall J Sgt
Marples F
Mellor H
Noble C
Newby J W
Newton G
Oakley G
Pinder H
Palmer W
Peel B
Robinson J
Radley J
Radford F
Shaw J
Spence G
Taylor E
Thorpe F
Lipscombe F
Thompson A
Vaines L
Weekley C Sgt
Wilson E
Walker C H
Wordsworth A

August 1914
November 1918



Bolton on Dearne, St Andrew the Apostle, WW1 Memorial Plaque


Information:
Photographed and transcribed by the members of the Barnsley War Memorials Project.

Many thanks to the vicar and congregation of Saint Andrew the Apostle for their help and allowing us access to the church.

Description:
A rectangular brass plaque measuring  61cm by 30cm. manufactured by F. Osborne Ltd. of London. 59 names are remembered in total. This includes 57 men and 2 women, who all died while serving their country during WW1.

Inscription:
To The Glory Of God and in the Memory Of The Men from this / Parish Who Gave Their Lives In The Great War This Shrine Was / Erected by Their Relatives, Friends And Members of this Congregation

E J Blenkinsop,
J D Blenkinsop,
G Blenkinsop,
F Bailey,
J W Bailey,
F R Beaumont,
J Bell,
G Cooke,
T Conville,
F Cave,
H Cave,
S Dickinson,
J Dickinson,
F G Dawson,
J W Earnshaw,
R Farrar,
J W Fox,
F Grey,
V Garbutt,
T Harris,
H Harris,
E F Harrison,
J Hopwood,
H Jacklin,
G Jenkinson,
H Jackson,
T Kay,
M A Law,
R Lyon,
E Lunness,
G Lunness,
H Markham,
J Monaghan,
C W Marshall,
F Owen,
W Pocklington,
J W Parkin,
J W Quigley,
A Swallow,
J T Swallow,
R Swallow,
A N Smith,
H Smith,
A V Smith,
G Simpson,
S Shaw,
G F Senior,
H Trickett,
W Trickett,
W Unthank,
T Westerman,
A Watson,
C Walton,
E White,
T H Wild,
P Wilkinson,
Clara Garbutt,
Ella Howitt.


 BWMP #BLT02

Thursday, 21 September 2017

Tankersley School Memorial Postcard

Postcard of the Tankersley school memorial
Theses names are transcribed from a photographic postcard of the Tankersley School Memorial. The memorial's location is currently unknown. The postcard is shared with kind permission of the owner. and has been transcribed by members of the BWMP.

The words carved on the wooden frame are 'For King & Country; and the rest of the memorial reads
The Tankersley School, To the, Glory of God, and in memory.

Oliver Anderson
Leslie Victor Brigstock
Horace Browes
Horace Bruck
Reuben Edward Burkinshaw
Harry Camplin
George Camps
Albert Chambers
Ellis Fenton
Roland Duncan Harris
Lawrence Hedges
Walter Hedges
George Alfred Howard
Vincent Jowett
William Lillie Mellor
Charles Mallinson
Norman Skelton
Sidney George Schofield
Albert Edward Uttley
James Allen Walton

BWMP #TNK06

Hoyland Methodist Church WW2 Memorial, (formerly) Market Street, Hoyland.

Hoyland WW2  Methodist Church memorial.
Photographed by the BWMP
This WW2 memorial was originally displayed in the Methodist Church on Market Street at Hoyland. The memorial is now part of a private collection and is shared here with kind permission of the owner.

The memorial has been photographed and transcribed by members of the BWMP.

The white marble plaque matches the WW1 memorial plaque from the same church and  is inscribed with the following words:

To the Glory of God and the Abiding Memory of the Young Men of this Church and Sunday School who fell in the Second World War 1939-1945.
Albert Coakes
Jack Marsland
Fred Mellor
Eric Skorrow
"Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends"

BWMP #HYL11

Hoyland Methodist Church WW1 Memorial, (formerly) Market Street, Hoyland.

Hoyland Methodist Church WW1 Memorial
Photographed by the Bwmp
This WW1 memorial was originally housed in the Market Street, Methodist Church at Hoyland. It is currently in a private collection and has been shared here with kind permission of the owner.

The memorial has been photographed and transcribed by members of the BWMP.

The white marble plaque matches the WW2 plaque from the same Church and is inscribed with the following words:

To the Glory of God and the Abiding Memory of the Young Men of this Church and Sunday School who fell in the Great War 1914-1918.
Edmund Gill
Alfred Utley
Frank Lockwood
Isaac Oakley Leach
Fritz Leach
Robert L Beaumont
Frank Standish

"And so they passed over, and all the trumpets sounded for them, on the other side."


BWMP #HYL10

Wortley, Roll of Honour for Oddfellows Lodge No. 4194, (formerly) Wortley Arms

Roll of Honour for Oddfellows Lodge No.4194, Wortley
Photograph by the BWMP
Lodge No. 4194 was established in 1843 and met at the Wortley Arms before transferring to Thurgoland in the 1970s. This memorial is currently part of a private collection and has been shared by kind permission of the owner.

Memorial researched and transcribed by members of the BWMP and information provided by the Oddfellows Society.

The Memorial is in a wooden frame and contains the words:

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS
MANCHESTER UNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY
ROLL OF HONOUR OF MEMBERS OF THE LOYAL BLOSSOM OF FRIENDSHIP LODGE NO.4194 who served their King and Country in the GREAT WAR of 1914-1918

Burgan J C
Bidwell D
Beevor W
Bramhald D Jr
Barstow G
Barstow N
Barstow W
Breffit G A
* Copley F
Copley J A
Copley E Jr
Clarke D
* Casey J
Crapper H
Cockerham J C
Clarke A E
Goldring E
Goldring J
Green G
Gillespie W
Hellewell J E
Hicks B
Hines R
Haigh H
Jowitt H
* Laycock F
Laycock W
Laycock P
*Lockwood T 
Munday J W
McHale T P
Nithsdale B H
Neal F
Offord J P
Pickering E C
Robbins A
*Robbins J
Raisley B R
Rolfe H
Rolfe J W
Russell C A
*Schofield D
Schofield R B
Schofield A
Saxby E S
Saxby T H
Saxby E
Scholey J
Scholey C
Smith A
Taylor H
Tate G H
Weldon G V
Woodcock W
Yeardley W

*Men Killed in Action

BWMP #WOR03

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Barnsley Radical and Liberal Club Memorial, (formerly) Market Street, Barnsley

Barnsley Radical and Liberal Club Memorial
This memorial was originally housed in the Barnsley Radical and Liberal Club on Market Street, but is now part of a private collection. It is a large memorial approximately 7 feet tall consisting of an ornate wooden frame with the words 'Roll of Honour' carved in the wood with decorative inner ceramic tiles that contain a scroll with names of men from the club who served in the Great War.

Our original post from March 2014 reporting the existence of this memorial, with map and contemporary newspaper cutting.

Photographed, researched and transcribed by members of the Bwmp.

Transcript:
At the base of the memorial is a brass plate that says:
RADICAL & LIBERAL CLUB
This Roll of Honour was unveiled by W Bowring Esq (President) on December 22nd 1919 to commemorate the Honour, Glory and Patriotism of our brave fellow members who answered their Countrys call to arms during the Great War 1914-1920
COMFORT - COMMITTEE
T Pogmore (Chairman), G Bennett, W Copping, F Clarkson, W J Howden, J Law, T Woffenden, C Ibbotson, W J Barham, (Treasurer) H Wainwright (Secretary)

There is a makers stamp on the brass plaque of Robertson and Russell, Sheffield

The names on the memorial are
Abbott H
Adams G
Armitage A
Armitage W
Austin T
Barham E
Barham W * (Wilfred Barham, also on St George's War Memorial)
Barker W C
Beaumont F
Bird J
Birkill W
Booth E
Bostwick Ed
Bostwick E
Boycott F
Boycott J H
Bradley G W
Bramwell C
Brown T
Charlton H
Chell C
Clark A
Clayton W
Clemitt A
Codd GA
Cooper C
Copley T
Copping C
Copping T
Cosford T N
Cusworth G
Dawson E
Dingle R * (Raymond Dingle, also on St Peter's War Memorial)
Dobbs F
Dyson R
Edwards W H
Exley G D
Farrand T
Fawley G
Fisher W
Foulstone J
France R
Garner E
Gilberthorpe A
Gill A
Gillott H
Green A
Green R
Gregory E O
Hadfield J A
Haley W
Harling G E
Hibberd C
Hindson J D
Hirst H
Holden A
Hollingsworth J
Hornby P
Horton W H
Jackson G
Jackson R
Joynes J H
Kay E
Kenworthy B
Kiddle C H
Kirk J
Lane J W
Law C H H
Law J W
Lockwood H
Lowe J
Maw H * (Herbert Maw)
Milne H
Milner A
Milner W H
Norton W
Ogden A
Ogden J
Ogley W
Padley T
Parker C
Parker H
Pearson J A
Perkins R
Pickering W
Pipe W G
Pleasant S *  (Stanley Pleasant, also on St Mary's War Memorial)
Poxen H MM *  (Henry Poxon)
Quinn T
Quinn T
Quinlisk J P
Race C
Raven G
Ravenscroft T
Rawlins P
Reece F
Rivers F
Robinson J W
Sanderson J
Scorah F
Shaw F
Shepherd B *
Shone W
Shuttleworth T T
Smith W H
Spencer H
Steir J
Stevenson C
Taylor W
Thompson G
Turner E
Vickers W
Waddington W
Wade H
Wadsworth B * (Bert Wadsworth, also on St Mary's War Memorial)
Wagstaff T
Wagstaff W * (William Wagstaff, also on St Mary's War Memorial)
Ward E
Watts W
White A
Williams W
Winrow T
Wood J
Woodhouse J
Woodward F
Wormald W
Wragg A

* - Killed
MM - Military Medal