Thursday, 29 May 2014

Barnsley County Borough Police, WW2 Roll of Honour, Churchfields

Barnsley Police WW2 Roll of Honour (photo taken 29 May 2014)

Links:

War Memorials Register listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC
 

Transcribed and photographed by KingstoneHistory

The Roll of Honour is situated behind the security doors in Barnsley Police Station, Churchfields, Barnsley. It is not  in a public area and we wish to thank Barnsley District Commander, Chief Superintendent Andy Brooke for allowing us to view and take photographs.

Inscription:
Barnsley County Borough Police

Roll of Honour
World War 1939-1945

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


Roll of Honour

Batty D      
Trooper    
Royal Armoured Corp
Clinkscale C J        
L/Corporal        
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Dunbar R D
Corporal
Royal Marines
Green E G
Private
East Yorkshires
Gregory B
L/Corporal
27th Lancers
Hebden J C
Sergeant
Coldstream Guards
Hodges W A
Private
Yorks & Lancs Commando
Holland J
Sergeant
Cameron Highlanders Commando
Kelly J
Captain
Indian Army
Marshall J J
Sergeant
Corps of Military Police
Meek A
Corporal
York & Lancs Commando
Milburn F
Captain
Indian Army
Oxtoby F
Captain
Allied Military Government of Occupied Territories
Pask D M
L/Sergeant
Royal Artillery Commando
Potter A A W
Private
Army Air Corps
Riby K
Flying Officer
Army Air Corps
Riley H J
Flight Sergeant 
Army Air Corps
Sagar A
Petty Officer
Royal Navy
Stevenson J A
Petty Officer
Royal Navy
Thompson J T
L/Corporal
Green Howards
Wass S
Trooper
Royal Armoured Corps
Whitlow J E
L/Bombardier
Royal Horse Artillery
Wilkinson A
Sergeant
Corps of Military Police
Wrest S J
Sergeant
Royal Air Force

Lest We Forget


Edmondson S        
Sergeant         
RAF (Killed on Active Service)                     



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Barnsley County Borough Police WW1 Roll of Honour, Churchfields

Barnsley Police Great War Roll of Honour (photo taken 29 May 2014)
Links:

War Memorials Register listing

War Memorials Online listing

Transcribed and photographed by KingstoneHistory


The Roll of Honour is situated behind the security doors in Barnsley Police Station, Churchfields, Barnsley. It is not  in a public area and we wish to thank Barnsley District Commander, Chief Superintendent Andy Brooke for allowing us to view and take photographs.

Inscription:
Barnsley County Borough Police Force

The Great War
1914 - 1919
Roll of Honour

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.


Roll of Honour

PS5         
George Hayward       
Y&L and RE        
 MM
PC7
Harold Hollings
Cambridge
1915 Star  W in A
PC12
Edwin Holt
RE

PC25
John Wm Sykes
Coldstream Gds

PC28
Thomas Gamage
MMP
1915 Star  W in A
PC34
Ernest Ballett
RGA and MT

PC37
Albert E Large
RGA

PC38
Herbert A Meade
MMP
1915 Star
PC45
Martin Beirne
Irish Guards
W in A
PC46
Edward Wilton
MMP

PC48
Patrick Higgins
RE

PC53
Joseph Jeffs
RGA
W in A
PC21
Adam Jones
Northu'm'b'ld Fus'rs
MM  W in A
PC29
George Field
KOR Lancasters
W in A
PC51
George W Joyce
MMP


Lest We Forget

 PC32     
 George Wainwright        
RGA   
Died of Wounds
 PC49
 Michael Delaney
Irish Guards        
Killed in Action



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Monday, 26 May 2014

Staincross Churchyard, Ben Naylor RAFVR



Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

Photograph by BarnsleyHistorian

Grave Location and Inscription: 

D03
Arthur the dearly beloved husband of
Ellen Naylor
who was called to rest March 7th 1933 aged 40 years
Also Ben, their son SGT. RAF killed in action July 21st 1944
aged 20 years
also Mary their daughter died Jan 27th 1946 aged 24 years


Ben is also remembered on the
Mapplewell and Staincross War Memorial, Blacker Road, Mapplewell and the Barnsley British Co-Operative Society Memorial Tablet, Co-Op Funeralcare, Huddersfield Road.


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War Memorial Gravestones in Staincross Churchyard

During both the First and Second World Wars re-repatriation of the bodies of fallen servicemen and women was not usual.  The Unknown Soldier, entombed in Westminster Abbey represents those buried and commemorated overseas who could not come home.  For many families, deprived of a graveside at which to mourn, one solution was to add the name of their lost son (or daughter) to the family gravestone in their local churchyard.  

The Imperial War Museum's War Memorials' Archive defines a War Memorial as "any tangible object which has been erected or dedicated to commemorate those killed as a result of war, conflict or peacekeeping; who served in war or conflict; or who died whilst engaged in military service."  This includes gravestones which commemorate a casualty buried elsewhere.  There must be a clear statement on the memorial (or in a printed document such as a newspaper report from the time) that defines the commemorative purpose of the feature and reports its erection. The full wording of their definition can be found here.

Thus gravestones which include wording such as: died of wounds received in action, killed in action, fell in France, died on active service, reported missing in action, or even killed accidentally while on active service all count as War Memorials.  The wording is a "clear statement" that the purpose of recording that person's name on the gravestone is as a memorial.

Graves which are situated on the site of the burial of a casualty, such as Commonwealth War Graves, are not War Memorials, however the Barnsley War Memorials Project is also collecting their details for inclusion in the Barnsley Roll of Honour.

Staincross Churchyard contains three Commonwealth War Graves.  Interestingly there is also a grave commemorating a man who died in 1945 of "wounds received in the 1914-1918 war", James Heaton.  He doesn't have a CWGC gravestone, they were only 'issued' to men who died before 31 August 1921, but his grave reminds us of his service in the war.

In the list below, where the name is blue click to follow the link to a page with a larger photograph and more information.


 Gravestone Location
Section Row No.
Soldier's Name & Regiment
Date of Death
Photograph
K19
Reginald Harper
Durham Light Infantry

26 March 1918
D03
Ben Naylor
RAFVR


21 July 1944
A16
Alec Street
RAFVR

16 February 1945

XD04
George Ledger 
RASC

27 May 1940
G01
Lionel Longbottom
Royal Engineers

14 October 1943
XC10
Norman Flower
RAFVR

26 May 1945
W14
Richard Wilby
Royal Navy

7 June 1944
*
*

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Sunday, 25 May 2014

War Memorials - A

Ardsley
Ardsley, Christ Church, Ardsley United Methodists - WW1 Plaque
Ardsley, Christ Church, Ardsley United Methodists - WW1 Roll of Honour
Ardsley Christ Church, Alfred Dalton Bond Bell (newspaper report) 
Ardsley, Christ Church, Christ Church Parishioners - WW1 Plaque 
Ardsley, Christ Church, Christ Church Parishioners - WW1 window
Ardsley, Christ Church, Christ Church Parishioners - WW2 

Ardsley Working Men's Club, Roll of Honour (newspaper report - existence unknown) 
Ardsley, Christ Church, Ralph Toone Crucifix (newspaper report)
Ardsley, Christ Church, Carl White (Thomas Charles White) Processional Cross (newspaper report)

Ardsley Christ Church Churchyard
Ardsley Christ Church Churchyard Richard Vere Potts
Ardsley Christ Church Churchyard Arthur Wilkinson    
Ardsley Christ Church Churchyard Herbert Carter

Ardsley Cemetery
Ardsley Cemetery Adam Blades
Ardsley Cemetery Thomas Francis Bellamy
Ardsley Cemetery Albert Wordsworth Sayles
Ardsley Cemetery Melvin C Williamson
Ardsley Cemetery Frederick Charles Morton
Ardsley Cemetery George Wilks
Ardsley Cemetery Fred Bramley
Ardsley Cemetery Tom Bennett
Ardsley Cemetery Richard Henry Myers
Ardsley Cemetery James Edward Thompson
Ardsley Cemetery Leonard Lawrence
Ardsley Cemetery Harry Shaw
Ardsley Cemetery Frank Bird
Ardsley Cemetery Joseph Binns
Ardsley Cemetery William H Grant
Ardsley Cemetery W W Harry Parkin
Ardsley Cemetery Ernest Watson
Ardsley Cemetery James Hodnett

Ardsley Cemetery John Edward Burley
Ardsley Cemetery Sam Barker
Ardsley Cemetery George Mower
Ardsley Cemetery George William Binns
Ardsley Cemetery John Swinmurn 



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War Memorials - B

Barnsley Town
Barnsley, Armed Forces Memorial Plaque, Cooper Memorial Garden
Barnsley, Barnsley Cemetery, Cemetery Road
Barnsley, Barnsley Town Hall, Barnsley
Barnsley, Barnsley Pals Centenary Square, Three Glass Panels
Barnsley, Barnsley and District Sportsmen, Shaw Lane

Barnsley, Blucher Street United Methodist Church, Memorial Window
Barnsley, Blucher Street United Methodist Church, Communion Chairs 
Barnsley, Buckley Street Chapel, WW1 Memorial Tablet

Barnsley, Buckley Street Chapel, WW2 Memorial Tablet
Barnsley, Buckley Street & Ebenezer Chapels, Roll of Honour
Barnsley, Burma Star Association Memorial Plaque, Cooper Memorial Garden
Barnsley Barnsley, Conservative Club, Pitt Street, Barnsley (newspaper report - lost) 
Barnsley County Borough Police, WW1 Roll of Honour, Churchfields
Barnsley County Borough Police, WW2 Roll of Honour, Churchfields
Barnsley British Co-Operative Society Memorial, Co-Op Funeralcare, Huddersfield Road
Barnsley British Co-Operative Society, WW1 Roll of Honour, Co-Op Funeralcare, Huddersfield Road

Barnsley, Cordwainers Society, Memorial Scroll (newspaper report - existence unknown)
Barnsley Drill Hall, Eastgate, Barnsley 
Barnsley, Farrar Street United Reformed Church, Memorial Plaque
Barnsley, Holgate Grammar School Old Boys -WW1
Barnsley, Holgate Grammar School Old Boys - WW2
Barnsley, Holy Rood Church, Harold Carrington
Barnsley, Holy Rood Church, WW2 plaque, Shrine and Book
Barnsley, Holy Rood Church, Holy Rood Church WW1

Barnsley, Honeywell Inn, WW2 Roll of Honour (old photo)
Barnsley, Longcar Working Men's Club (newspaper report - existence uncertain) 
Barnsley, Main Post Office, Barnsley Postal Staff Plaque
Barnsley, Measbro' Dyke Evangelical Church, Doncaster Road

Barnsley, Measbro' Dyke Wesleyan Reform Church, Roll of Honour (newspaper report) 
Barnsley, National Reserve Club, Memorial Cross, Cooper Memorial Garden
Barnsley, Needham & Brown Roll of Honour, Pontefract Road (newspaper report - existence uncertain) 

Barnsley, Newman & Bond Memorial Plaque, Church Street
Barnsley, Normandy Veterans Association Plaque, Cooper Memorial Garden 

Barnsley, NP&UPE plaque, Nat West Bank, Market Hill
Barnsley, Osborne Working men's Club Doncaster Road, Roll of Honour (newspaper report existence unkown) 
Barnsley, Pitt Street Wesleyan, Memorial Tablet
Barnsley, Pitt Street Wesleyan, Roll of Honour 

Barnsley, Plumbers Roll of Honour, Trades Club (newspaper report - existence uncertain)
Barnsley, Radical and Liberal Club, Market Street (newspaper report - existence uncertain)
Barnsley, Redfearn Brothers Glassworks & Aldham Works (saved by Barnsley Archives)
Barnsley, Redfearn Bros Ltd Roll of Honour WW1  (Half of list - M to W) 

Barnsley, Redfearn Bros Ltd Roll of Honour WW2 
Barnsley, Regent Street Congregational, Memorial Plaque (now in Farrar St Church)
Barnsley, St Mary's Church, Combined Memorial
Barnsley, St Mary's Church, York & Lancaster Memorial
Barnsley, St Mary's Church, Dorothy Fox Plaque & Window
Barnsley, St Mary's Church, Jack Normansell Plaque & Window
Barnsley, St Mary's Church, Memorial Chapel Plaques
Barnsley, St Mary's Church, Boer War Memorial
Barnsley, St Edward's Church, WW1 plaque, Kingstone
Barnsley, St Edward's Church, WW2 plaque, Kingstone
Barnsley, St Edward's Church, WW1 Memorial Window, Kingstone
Barnsley, St Edward's Church, Fred Johnson King Memorial Window, Kingstone
Barnsley, St George's Church, Memorial Plaque  (newspaper report - names read out at chapel & window dedication) 

Barnsley, St George's Church, Memorial Window (photograph taken before demolition) 
Barnsley, St George's Church, Reynolds Memorial Window (photo taken before demolition)
Barnsley, St George's Church, York Street
Barnsley, St John's Church, Barebones (building demolished - names from newspaper)
Barnsley, St Peter's Church, Doncaster Road
Barnsley, St Peter's Church, John Geoffrey Fallas Window  
Barnsley, Salvation Army Memorial Tablet, Wellington Street (memorial stored)
Barnsley, Sheffield Road Baptist Chapel Memorial

Barnsley, Silkstone to the Somme plaque, Cooper Memorial Gardens
Barnsley, Somme Centenary Art, Barnsley Town Hall
Barnsley, Spanish Civil War Memorial Plaque, Cooper Memorial Garden 
Barnsley Swimming Club, Race Street, Barnsley (newspaper report - existence uncertain) 
Barnsley, Westway, Memorial Garden (previously Normandy Veterans Association)


Barnsley, St George's Churchyard
St George's Churchyard George Donald Gray
St George's Churchyard Alfred Jaques
St George's Churchyard Percival Reynolds   

Barnsley Cemetery
Barnsley Cemetery Harold Allemby
Barnsley Cemetery David Maurice Rowlands
Barnsley Cemetery George William Heptinstall
Barnsley Cemetery William Kenworthy
Barnsley Cemetery Herbert Kaye
Barnsley Cemetery Foster Lindley & Frank Marcus Lindley & Claude Scott
Barnsley Cemetery George Henry Simms
Barnsley Cemetery Crossland Barraclough
Barnsley Cemetery Harry Scargill

Barnsley Cemetery Gilbert Harry Edwards 
Barnsley Cemetery Tom Gomersall
Barnsley Cemetery George Smith
Barnsley Cemetery Tom Jaques
Barnsley Cemetery Ernest Calvert Blackburn
Barnsley Cemetery Francis Henry Laister & Henry Wilkinson Brown
Barnsley Cemetery Harry Watson Robinson & Benjamin Robinson
Barnsley Cemetery Joseph Walker
Barnsley Cemetery John Betchetti
Barnsley Cemetery Horace Ryder
Barnsley Cemetery Francis John Potter& Edwin Dalton Potter
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur White
Barnsley Cemetery Ernest Wainwright
Barnsley Cemetery Albert Bennett
Barnsley Cemetery Eli Royston
Barnsley Cemetery Edwin Bower & Tom Bower
Barnsley Cemetery George Armitage 

Barnsley Cemetery Herbert Milthorpe
Barnsley Cemetery John Arthur Williamson
Barnsley Cemetery William Ford & George Ryan 

Barnsley Cemetery Thomas William Halton
Barnsley Cemetery Harold Raymond Oldham Hebdon

Barnsley Cemetery John Kenny
Barnsley Cemetery Frank Leslie Bailey
Barnsley Cemetery Sidney Nicholson
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur Foster
Barnsley Cemetery Leonard Micklethwaite
Barnsley Cemetery Joseph White M.M.
Barnsley Cemetery Robert Mark Richardson
Barnsley Cemetery Edwin Fieldsend
Barnsley Cemetery Ronald Stanwix WW2

Barnsley Cemetery Wilfred Leadbeater 
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur William Bird
Barnsley Cemetery Harold Tetlow
Barnsley Cemetery James Burford Clarke
Barnsley Cemetery Harry Tock
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur Crossley
Barnsley Cemetery William Wood WW2
Barnsley Cemetery George Wainwright WW2
Barnsley Cemetery James Kenneth Walton WW2
Barnsley Cemetery Robert Hurd WW2
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur & James William Edon
Barnsley Cemetery Cyril George Bayford
Barnsley Cemetery Harry Liddall Bambridge 

Barnsley Cemetery Eric George Smith 
Barnsley Cemetery Frank Bakel, Cecil Cuthbert & Arthur Henry Thompson
Barnsley Cemetery Brian Martin (WW2)
Barnsley Cemetery Tom Barraclough Brown
Barnsley Cemetery George Alfred Guest Hewitt
Barnsley Cemetery Keiron Terry
Barnsley Cemetery Willie Taylor 
Barnsley Cemetery Mark Ruckledge
Barnsley Cemetery William Crawford
Barnsley Cemetery Henry Atkinson
Barnsley Cemetery Frederick Parry
Barnsley Cemetery Lewis Whitaker
Barnsley Cemetery Frederick Parry
Barnsley Cemetery George Alfred Guest Hewitt
Barnsley Cemetery Cecil Robert Lawson
Barnsley Cemetery George William Starkie
Barnsley Cemetery Francis James Rackley
Barnsley Cemetery James Arthur Plant
Barnsley Cemetery Willie Simpson
Barnsley Cemetery Sidney Laycock (WW2)
Barnsley Cemetery George & Arthur Percy & Harry White
Barnsley Cemetery Joseph Hooson
Barnsley Cemetery John Sharp
Barnsley Cemetery Edward Percy Smith
Barnsley Cemetery Henry Joseph Dennis
Barnsley Cemetery Frederick Ormson Guest
Barnsley Cemetery William Barraclough
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur Spencer
Barnsley Cemetery Newby Thornley
Barnsley Cemetery William Tingle
Barnsley Cemetery William Batty
Barnsley Cemetery John Thomas Vowles
Barnsley Cemetery Charles Hatcliffe Ellerby
Barnsley Cemetery William Windlow Potts (WW2 - civilian)
Barnsley Cemetery Frederick William Williams
Barnsley Cemetery George William Pickering
Barnsley Cemetery Thomas & Frederick Walton
Barnsley Cemetery Joseph Swift
Barnsley Cemetery Frederick Bramley
Barnsley Cemetery John Clitheroe  (Boer War)
Barnsley Cemetery John Edward Davies
Barnsley Cemetery Joseph Cotterill
Barnsley Cemetery Walter Armitage
Barnsley Cemetery George Law
Barnsley Cemetery William Henry Wilkinson
Barnsley Cemetery Robert Jesse Prosser
Barnsley Cemetery Percy Jackson
Barnsley Cemetery Ronald John Saville
Barnsley Cemetery George Henry Frudd
Barnsley Cemetery Robert Dryden
Barnsley Cemetery Harry Midgley
Barnsley Cemetery Tom Archer 

Barnsley Cemetery Keiron Terry
Barnsley Cemetery Willie Taylor
Barnsley Cemetery Mark Ruckledge
Barnsley Cemetery William Crawford
Barnsley Cemetery Henry (Harry) Atkinson 
Barnsley Cemetery Norman Ball
Barnsley Cemetery Harold Feasby
Barnsley Cemetery Walter Jackson
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur William Frost
Barnsley Cemetery Herbert Outwin
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur Ogley
Barnsley Cemetery Frank Drury
Barnsley Cemetery John Whalley

Barnsley Cemetery John William Norton Carr
Barnsley Cemetery Fred Sharpe
Barnsley Cemetery Francis Peter & James Frederick McGuirk
Barnsley Cemetery Tom Lindsey
Barnsley Cemetery Benjamin Haigh Green
Barnsley Cemetery Wilfred Perkin
Barnsley Cemetery George Henry Bird
Barnsley Cemetery Wilfred Pemberton
Barnsley Cemetery John Normansell
Barnsley Cemetery Sidney Gill
Barnsley Cemetery Frank Liversedge
Barnsley Cemetery Benjamin Thomas Moody

Barnsley Cemetery Sydney Smith Roginson
Barnsley Cemetery William Butler (aka William Dearnley Hirst) (WW2)
Barnsley Cemetery James Topham
Barnsley Cemetery Harold Wright
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur Redhall
Barnsley Cemetery William Potter
Barnsley Cemetery Albert Edward Wilde
Barnsley Cemetery George Edward Seed
Barnsley Cemetery Reginald Dunk
Barnsley Cemetery Thomas Henry Scorah
Barnsley Cemetery Harold Willott
Barnsley Cemetery Thomas William Briggs
Barnsley Cemetery Henry Bennett
Barnsley Cemetery Walter Cross
Barnsley Cemetery James Downend
Barnsley Cemetery Thomas McNicholas
Barnsley Cemetery George Sheehan
Barnsley Cemetery Brian Martin
Barnsley Cemetery Joseph Mulraney
Barnsley Cemetery Gordon Speight
Barnsley Cemetery James Maurice SteeleBarnsley Cemetery Sydney Smith Roginson
Barnsley Cemetery William Butler (aka William Dearnley Hirst) (WW2)
Barnsley Cemetery James Topham
Barnsley Cemetery Harold Wright
Barnsley Cemetery Arthur Redhall
Barnsley Cemetery William Potter
Barnsley Cemetery Albert Edward Wilde
Barnsley Cemetery George Edward Seed
Barnsley Cemetery Reginald Dunk
Barnsley Cemetery Thomas Henry Scorah
Barnsley Cemetery Harold Willott
Barnsley Cemetery Thomas William Briggs
Barnsley Cemetery Henry Bennett
Barnsley Cemetery Walter Cross
Barnsley Cemetery James Downend
Barnsley Cemetery Thomas McNicholas
Barnsley Cemetery George Sheehan
Barnsley Cemetery Alwyne Blackburn
Barnsley Cemetery Joseph Mulraney
Barnsley Cemetery Gordon Speight
Barnsley Cemetery James Maurice Steele

Barnsley Cemetery Frank Downend
Barnsley Cemetery Albert Brown
Barnsley Cemetery Edmund Wilson
Barnsley Cemetery Irving Lindley WW1 & Irving Parry WW2
Barnsley Cemetery James Haywood

Barnsley Cemetery Arthur Storrs
Barnsley Cemetery John Deeley
Barnsley Cemetery Ronald Steele
Barnsley Cemetery George Eric Coldwell
Barnsley Cemetery George Walmsley


Barugh
Barugh Mission Church, Dearne Hall Road, Low Barugh (mentioned in a history of All Saint's Church, Darton) 
Barugh Central Working Men's Club (newspaper report - lost)

Billingley 
Billingley War Memorial, High Street, Billingley
Billingley, Methodist Chapel Memorial, High Street, Billingley
 

Blacker Hill
Blacker Hill War Memorial, Small Park, Blacker Hill

Bolton on Dearne
Bolton on Dearne, Bolton On Dearne Board School, Furlong Road
Bolton on Dearne, St Andrew the Apostle, WW1 Parishioners Memorial Plaque

Bolton on Dearne, St Andrew the Apostle, WW2 Memorial Plaque and Rood
Bolton on Dearne, Dearne Townships Memorial, Bolton upon Dearne Cemetery 
Bolton on Dearne, WW2 Memorial plaque, Furlong Road Methodist Church

Bolton on Dearne Cemetery
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Frederick Henry Cave
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Fred Chivers
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Frank Clark
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery John Chatworthy
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Charles William & John Thomas Collier
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Harry Robinson
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Thomas Francis Craise
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Arthur Duffield
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Guy Foster
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery William Harding
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Percy Hurrell
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Ernest Ingham
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Ernest Law
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Michael McLoughlin
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Kenneth Webster
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Frank Holliday
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Alfred Edward Whitworth
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Harry Groves

Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Frank Grey
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Arthur Jefferies
Bolton on Dearne Cemetery Thomas Gower
 

Brierley
Brierley, St Paul's Church, Brierley
Brierley, St Paul's Church, Memorial Window Robert Barker Wilson RAF 

Brierley Cemetery
Brierley Cemetery Ronald Howson
Brierley Cemetery Robert Evison Butterwood
Brierley Cemetery Leslie Steele
 

Broomhill
Broomhill, Memorial Tablet, Primitive Methodist Church (newspaper report - lost) 


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