Friday, 25 April 2014

Penistone, St Andrew's Methodist Church, Memorial Tablet

Memorial Tablet in St Andrew's Penistone (thanks to JD for the photo)

Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Photographed by JD in April 2014

Transcribed by BarnsleyHistorian

Thanks to the Rev David Hall for permission to photograph this tablet.  We assume this tablet is from St Paul's Methodist church which used to be on the site of St Andrew's.  If anyone can confirm this please get in touch.
 

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.


[1914-1919]

Pro Patria
To the Glory of God and in Memory of
Those who gave their Services
In the Cause of Humanity

Allen J,
Ashton W H,
Beever G,
Beever G H,
Beever L,
Birkenshaw A,
Birkenshaw G H,
Bishop C,
Bonner A,
Butcher F,
Butcher G H,
Butcher J E,
Butcher J W,
Calcutt W,
Clark A,
Clark E,
Clark W,
Clarkson A,
Clarkson G,
Clarkson W,
Clegg E,
Clough H,
Eddy G,
Farnsworth ? (some names obscured by poppy cross)
French ?
Gle?
Haw?
Hod?
Houg?
Hurs?
Jagger?
Kilner B,
Knowles H,
Lee T H,
Makin D,
Marshall J,
Marshall W,
Mellor J W,
Mortimer J,
Radley G,
Ramsden W H,
Robinson J,
Smith V,
Sutton H,
Swallow H,
Taylor R,
Travis E,
Travis F,
Travis G,
Travis L
Travis W,
Travis Wm,
Wadsworth N,
Wadsworth Nelson,
Wadsworth W,

? A, 
(names obscured by poppy cross) 
? G E,
? R,
? and F,
? worth Nurse A.

Died on Service

Ashton E,
Calcutt ?,  
(names partially obscured by poppy cross)
 Clarkson ?,
Fennell ?,
Hawes R,
Hodgkinson A,
Knowles E,
Mitchell G,
? r A.



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