Sunday, 2 February 2014

Penistone Grammar School, Old Boys Memorial

War Memorial at Penistone Grammar School
(photograph taken 2 Feb 2014)
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing


Transcribed by Pete Schofield.
Newspaper research by BarnsleyHistorian
Photograph by Nigel Croft.

The original WW1 memorial was a carved oak tablet associated with a memorial bookcase in the library of Penistone Grammar School.  

In November 2012 this memorial was relocated in a wooded area close to the entrance of the new school.

A book with the stories of the 27 WW1 former pupils and teachers from the school named on this memorial has been produced. More information here.

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.


[1914-1918]

B Berry,
F Bramall,
A E Castle,
W W Clarke,
E Crossland,
R Dunk,
J Dickinson,
L W Field,
A Firth,
E L Gill,
G Howarth,
G Hoyland,
C E Jelfs,
V Jowitt,
J H Kenworthy,
E Knowles,
J Moore,
A Murray,
C Nieumann,
W E Perkins,
J B Rhodes,
B Schofield,
J H Senior,
E Stringer,
J Steele,
H Watts,
J Walshaw,
J H Whittell,
 

[1939-1945]

A L Bashforth,
* F J Bateman,
H K Battye,
N Booth,
E Brook,
E Challis,
D Coldwell,
G Credland,
F S Dawson,
N Jackson,
T H Mate,
F W Pearce,
F C Pepper,
* D V Roebuck,
* E Roebuck,
J A Sellars,
J Schofield,
J Skidmore,
* H Tatchell,
D A Wadsworth,
S White,
E Wood,
H Yardley,

[2008]

D Marsh,

*Possibly on 1939-1945 Penistone War Memorial


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