Sunday, 30 March 2014

Cudworth Cemetery, Bernard Jaques Joyner Black Watch

Joyner Gravestone in Cudworth Cemetery (photo taken 28 Mar 2014)

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Photograph by BarnsleyHistorian
Monumental Inscription by Barnsley Family History Society

Grave Location and Inscription: 

Section A    Row 2    Number 3
IHS / In / loving / memory of / Henry / the beloved husband of / Eliza Joyner / of Cudworth / who died September 10th 1900 / Aged 42 years / also Pte Bernard Jaques-Joyner / 1/6 Black Watch / the beloved son of the above / who fell in action in France / July 30th 1916 aged 19 years / Thy will be done / also in loving / memory of / Eliza Joyner / the beloved wife of / Henry Joyner who fell asleep Dec 22nd 1924 / aged 64 years / "I will lift up mine eyes unto / the hills.

Bernard Jaques Joyner is also remembered by a Memorial Cross inside St John's Church, Cudworth and on the Cudworth War Memorial and on the Barnsley Grammar School Old Boys WW1 Memorial Plaque

The Cudworth Local History and Heritage Group's book, Lest Cudworth Forgets, includes more information on him.

Bernard is remembered on the Theipval Memorial in France and on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.


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