Sunday, 8 December 2013

Worsborough Common, St Lukes Church, Highstone Road

War Memorial at St Luke's Church, Worsbrough Common

Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Lives of the First World War Community

Transcribed and photographed by BarnsleyHistorian
This memorial is being researched in depth by BarnsleyHistorian


Inscription:
"Erected by the inhabitants of Worsbro’ Common in memory of the fallen of this parish in the Great War"   

Names:
Where further information on a name has been
researched by our volunteers it will be linked here (look for the names in blue) to a page on this site or to an external site.

Barnsley Chronicle 12 Nov 1921
(thanks to Barnsley Archives)


1914
Cornish, J,  (John Edwin Cornish)
Jepson, J E, (John Edward Jepson)


1915
Cullumbine, J, (James Cullambine)
Harrison, W J, (Wilfred Jagger Harrison)
Mann, J, (John Mann)
Priestley, F, (Fred Priestley)
Woodhouse, G, (George Woodhouse)


1916
Askin, D, (David Askin)
Armitage, J, (John Armitage)
Dunn, A E, (Albert Ernest Dunn)
Lyons, C, (George Lyons)
Merril, E, (Ernest Merrill)
Malkin, W, (William Malkin)
Parker, W W, (Walter William Parker)
Roystone, E, (Eli Royston)
Sagar, T, (Thomas Sagar)
Shepherd, H, (Horace Shepherd)
Tindall, W, (William Padley Tindall)
Wood, A,
Jackson, J, (John Jackson)
Smith, S. (Samuel Smith)


1917
Armitage, G, (George Armitage)
Cawthorne, C H (Charles Henry Cawthorne)
Hewitt, C A G, (George Alfred Guest Hewitt)
Humphrey, J A, (John Alan Humphrey)
Kenny, John, (John Kenny)
Kenny, Jas, (James Kenny)
Lawton, W, (William Lawton)
Nixon, S, (Samuel Nixon)
Prince, W, (William Prince)
Thornley, J W,(James W Thornley)


1918
Armitage, W, (William Armitage)
Atherton, F, (Frank Atherton)
Ardron, E, (Ernest Ardron)
Brannon, J,
Blackshaw, G, (George Blackshaw)
Copley, T H, (Thomas Hunton Copley)
Fairham, P, (Percy Fairham)
Padgett, W, (Walter Padgett)
Sutcliffe, R, (Robert Sutcliffe)
Speight, J, (Joseph Speight)
Taylor, B, (Ben Taylor)
Tingle, W, (William Tingle)
Whitelock, C R, (Charles Railton Whitelock)
Wood, G, (George Wood)
Williamson, W, (Walter Williamson)



Note:

There is some discrepancy between the names given in the newspaper cutting reporting the unveiling of this memorial and the names on the memorial.  For example James Jenny (Barnsley Chronicle) is Jas Kenny on the memorial.

There is a small metal plaque attached to the front face of the base of the memorial commemorating the fallen of the Second World War, but it contains no names.










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