Monday 13 January 2014

Barnsley, Holgate Grammar School Old Boys - WW1

Barnsley Grammar School Old Boys Memorial
(photo taken by Nigel Croft 10 Feb 2014)


War Memorials Register listing

War Memorials Online listing

Lives of the First World War Community

Newspaper research by BarnsleyHistorian

This memorial is now in the Cooper Art Gallery on Church Street, Barnsley. A book, Great Sacrifice of research about the men on this memorial by Jane Ainsworth is forthcoming in March 2016.

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 3 November 1928
(thanks to Barnsley Archives)

Allott  T R, (Thomas Richard Allott)
Armitage A E,  (Albert E Armitage)
Atha  J B,  (John Bruce Atha)
Bakel F,  (Frank Bakel)
Bambridge H L,  (Harry Liddall Bambridge)
Banks A, (Alfred Banks)
Barraclough C, (Crossland Barraclough)
Batley A G,  (Arthur Batley)
Batley E,  (Edward Batley)
Baylis L,  (Lawrence Baylis)
Booker W R, (Walter Reginald Booker)
Boyd  M P B, (Maurice Bradley Parker Boyd)
Bradbury N,  (Norman Bradbury)
Braham G,  (George Braham)
Carter H,  (Henry Carter)
Carter J R,  (Joseph Robinson Carter)
Choyce W H, (William Henry Choyce)
Clarke J B, (James Burford Clarke)
Cowburn G P,  (George P Cowburn)
Dixon  C B, (Cyril Burton Dixon)
Downend J M,  (John Middleton Downend)
Doughty E M, (Edwin Mossforth Doughty)
Fairley D,  (Duncan Fairley)
Feasby H, (Harold Feasby)
Gill  S,  (Sidney Gill)
Green S,  (Stewart Green)
Gregory G,  (George Gregory)
Haigh  E S H, (Edward S Haigh)
Hall  F,  (Frank Hall)
Heathcote A,  (Arthur Heathcote)
Hirst  J,  (James Hirst)
Jagger-Mason H H, (Herbert H J Mason)
Jones R, (Rowland Jones)
Joyce G E,  (George Edgar Joyce)
Joyner B J, (Bernard Jaques Joyner)
Kellett G W, (George William Kellett)
Kelsey W, (William Kelsey)
Kilner J W,  (John W Kilner)
Knowles H R,  (Henry Rylands Knowles)
Laycock B H, (Benjamin Holroyd Rymer Laycock)
Laycock D S,  (Donald Stanley Laycock)
Lindley F, (Foster Lindley)
Lindley F M, (Frank Marcus Lindley)
Litherland E W,  (Ernest W Litherland)
Marshall H,  (Herbert Marshall)
McNaughton D, (Donald McNaughton)
Moore F H,  (Francis Hirst Moore)
Nicholson S, (Sidney Nicholson)
Normansell J,  (John Normansell)
Parkin H, (Harold Parkin)
Potter E D, (Edwin Dalton Potter)
Potter F J, (Francis John Potter)
Poxon E, (Edwin Poxon)
Quest H, (Harold Quest)
Royston R,  (Reggie Royston)
Savage C E, (Charles E Savage)
Saville R J, (Ronald John Saville)
Shipley A H B,  (Arthur Hammond Butler Shipley)
Skues C, (Cecil Skues)
Smith  G, (George Smith)
Speight J C,  (James Christopher Speight)
Stuart C, (Charles Stuart)
Swift S, (James S Swift)
Thompson A H,  (Arthur Henry Thompson)
Thompson C C,  (Cecil Cuthbert Thompson)
Thompson J E, (James Edward Thompson)
Timson P E, (Paul E Timson)
Utley A,  (Alfred Utley)
Warr  G,  (George Harrington Gerald Warr)
Wemyss J H,  (James Alex Wemyss)
Westby T, (Thomas Westby)
Whitelock C R, (Charles Railton Whitelock)
Wilby  J T C,  (John Thomas Claude Wilby)
Williamson M C, (Melvin Clement Williamson)
Willott H, (Harold Willott)
Wood C W. (Charles Waldegrave Wood)



Mary Lipscombe said...

Holgate Grammar School, Barnsley, has now been demolished

Anonymous said...

God bless the idiots that did it - their name is legion.

Anonymous said...

As a pupil in the late 60s the school fell quiet on Armistice day at 11 am.
We sat quietly in the classrooms whilst senior boys read the names of the fallen around the corridors. Very eerie and moving.