Sunday, 31 August 2014

Cudworth, St John's Church, Harry Jackson RAF Altar Crucifix

Close up of the inscription on the base of this altarware (photo taken 26 June 2013)
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

Photographs by Nigel Croft

Inscription:
To the Glory of God and in Memory of / Harry Jackson R.A.F. / Killed in Action 8th May 1941 R.I.P.

Harry is buried in Barnsley Cemetery where the inscription on his grave (J 848) notes that he was killed by enemy action aged 20 years.  He is commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.  



BWMP #CDW12

Cudworth, St John's Church, Ivor J Calverley RAF sidetable

Dedicated to their only son Sergeant Ivor Calverley of the RAF (photo taken 26 June 2013)
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

Photograph by Nigel Croft

Inscription:
In Loving Memory of Our Only Son / Sergt. Ivor J. Calverley R.A.F. / aged 20 years / Missing May 21st 1945 / Per Ardua Ad Astra / Presented by his Parents / John W and Lillie Calverley

Ivor is also remembered on the Cudworth War Memorial
 

The Cudworth Local History and Heritage Group's book, Lest Cudworth Forgets, includes more information on him. He had been a member of the Cudworth Air Training Corps.  He was lost when the Lancaster he was training in ditched 5 miles off the Lincolnshire coast in 1945.

Ivor is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial in Surrey and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website. 



BWMP #CDW11

Cudworth, St John's Church, Frank Myatt window

Memorial window to Frank Myatt, click to enlarge (photo taken 26 June 2013)
 Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

Photograph by Nigel Croft

Inscription:

In loving memory of Frank Myatt .... / North Africa 29th April 1943 ...

Frank is also remembered on the Cudworth War Memorial and in the Cudworth Local History and Heritage Group's book, Lest Cudworth Forgets, which includes more information on this window. 


He is remembered on the Medjez-el-Bab Memorial in Tunisia and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website. 




BWMP #CDW10

Cudworth, St John's Church, Cyril Barraclough RAF window

Cyril's Memorial Window in St John's Cudworth (photo taken 26 June 2013)
Composite image of the Inscription at foot of the window
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

Photograph by Nigel Croft
 

Inscription:
Given by his parents in loving / memory of Cyril Barraclough RAF / who gave his life on active / service 3rd November 1943

Cyril is also remembered on the Cudworth War Memorial and on a family gravestone in Cudworth Cemetery

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


He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial in Surrey and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.  




BWMP #CDW08

Barnsley, Buckley Street Chapel, WW2 Memorial Tablet

WW2 tablet commemorating John Harrison (photo taken 31 August 2014)

Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

A page for John Harrison has been added to the St Edwards Remembers website.

Transcribed and photographed by BarnsleyHistorian

(Sorry for the fuzzy picture, I had shaky hands today!)

Inscription:
The clock in this Church was / purchased as a Memorial to / John Harrison / who died a Prisoner of War / May 5th 1945 / aged 25 years.


Note:
John Harrison from Barnsley is buried in Labuan War Cemetery in Borneo, however his date of death is given as 11 May 1945 on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission site.



BWMP #BAR53

Barnsley, Buckley Street & Ebenezer Chapel, Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour - showing Buckley Street names (photos taken 31 August 2014)
Showing Ebenezer Methodist names
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

Transcribed and photographed by BarnsleyHistorian

(Sorry the photos are fuzzy, my hands were a bit shaky.)

The names in this little book are read out every Remembrance Sunday - on the demolition of the Ebenezer Methodist Church which had been at the junction of Sheffield and Doncaster Roads in Barnsley the names from their memorial (now presumed lost) were added to the book.

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.


Buckley Street Methodist

Thomas Gomersall
John Shaw,
Thomas Briggs,
Leonard Micklethwaite,
Thomas Sawyer,
Charles L Haithwaite,
Harold Ardron,
Fred Haithwaite,
Charles Dobson,
Lawrence Atkinson,
Charles H Steele,
Joseph White,
George Walmsley,
Alwin Blackburn,
Arthur Armstrong,
Charles Gratton,
Cyril Akeroyd,
John Harrison.
Ebenezer Methodist         

1914-1918
Frank Bakell,
Harry Bainbridge,
Leonard Bassendel,
John Clare,
Leonard Holt,
Sidney Nicholson,
James Graham Scott,
Harold Tingle,
Willim Tingle

1939-1945
Bernard Gibson,
Kenneth Charlesworth,
Robert Coates,
Jack Whiteley,
Raymond Bonson,
Alan Stear.




BWMP #BAR54

Friday, 29 August 2014

Silkstone All Saints Churchyard Frank Basford

Frank is remembered on his parents' gravestone in Silkstone churchyard
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

Photograph and Transcription by Pete Schofield

Grave Location and Inscription:

In Loving memory of / MINNIE, the beloved wife of / WILFRED BASFORD / who died July 29th 1939, aged 65 years / also WILFRED, beloved husband of the above / who died June 9th 1945, aged 72 years / Also FRANK, beloved son of the above / who was killed in action June 22nd 1942 / aged 22 years.

Read more about Frank on Silkstone Remembers.

He is also remembered on the
Silkstone War Memorial and the Silkstone All Saints, British Legion Memorial Plaque WW1 & WW2

Frank is remembered on the Alamein Memorial in Egypt and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website. 


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New Web Address

On 28 August 2014 we moved the Barnsley War Memorials Project webpages to a new custom web address www.barnsleywarmemorials.org.uk 

Hopefully you will not have experienced any problems reaching our pages, however we have noticed a few things ourselves this morning.  

  • On Internet Explorer 11 our War Memorials Index page does not load - we have set up a redirect to the main News page so people will see some content fairly quickly.  We have also created a new War Memorial List tab (see above) which exactly duplicates the content of the War Memorials Index Page (and does load!) so if you are using IE11 you can still get to our Index.  *Update 31 August 2014* The original War Memorials Index page is now loading for me on IE11.
  • In Google Chrome 37 the War Memorials Index page is still failing to load. Please use the War Memorial List tab instead.
  • In Firefox 31.0 everything seems to be OK.

We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause and hope to sort these interesting 'features' as soon as possible.

If you have any questions about this change please contact us at BWMP2015@gmail.com

Thank you for supporting the Barnsley War Memorials Project.

Silkstone All Saints Churchyard David Williams

A small memorial on another grave plot commemorates this man buried at sea
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC

Photograph by Pete Schofield

Grave Location and Inscription:

To the Dear Memory / of / R.H. David Williams / who was killed in / Action on H.M.S. Fearless / Buried at sea July 24th / 1941, aged 21 years.

He is also remembered on the Arthur Balfour & Co Ltd Roll of Honour which is stored at Kelham Island Industrial Museum.


Robert Hugh David Williams is remembered on the Plymouth Naval Memorial and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website, where his next of kin are given as Robert Edward and Mary Mildred Williams of Sheffield.



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Silkstone All Saints Churchyard George Brook

George Brook is remembered on his family's gravestone
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Photograph by Pete Schofield

Grave Location and Inscription: 

In Loving Memory of / Hiram / the beloved husband of / Emma Brook / who died August 19th 1914 / Aged 50 years / He died in Peace. / Also the above named / Emma Brook / who died March 28th 1918 / Aged 78 years / At Rest. / Also of their son Private / George Brook 29190 Y&L / who died in France Oct 30th 1918 / Aged 30 years / Interred at Etaples / Also Agnes daughter of the above / who died January 23rd 1934 / Aged 63 years / Also William son of the above / who died March 3rd 1946 aged 77 years / Also Rodger Brook who died May 17th 1981 aged 77 years.

Read more about George on the Silkstone Remembers website.

George is also remembered on the
Silkstone War Memorial, the Thurgoland War Memorial, on the WW1 Roll of Honour and Memorial Plaque in Holy Trinity Church, Thurgoland and on the Hood Green War Memorial.
 
He is buried in Etaples Military Cemetery in France and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website where his next of kin is given as his brother William Brook of Thurgoland.




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About this Project

Barnsley, unlike some other towns and cities around the country, has no central Roll of Honour to remember the Fallen of World War One, and so this project was begun to provide a co-ordinating hub for the recording and preservation of the information on all of the War Memorials in the Barnsley area.

It is recognised that many of the memorials in our area have already been recorded and researched by dedicated volunteers.  Some of this work has been deposited in paper form in Barnsley Archives, some has been published in book form.  However until now there has been no one point of contact for all of this information.

It was agreed that, in recognition of the forthcoming Centenary of the First World War, the first part of the Project would concentrate on gathering information on the casualties of that war although information collected in the process concerning the Second World War and subsequent conflicts would be safely collated for the later stages of the Project.  

For the purpose of our Project a name will be included in the Roll of Honour if the person was born in Barnsley, lived in Barnsley at the time of enlistment or start of their war service, or is listed on any memorial in the Barnsley MBC area.

The Imperial War Museum's definition of a War Memorial used to be on their War Memorials Archives (1) site and is now on the UK War Memorials (2) hub set up by the government.  The wording is slightly different.
1. We consider a war memorial to be 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.
2. War memorials can be any tangible object which has been erected or dedicated to commemorate war, conflict, victory or peace; or casualties who served in, were affected by or killed as a result of war, conflict or peacekeeping; or those who died as a result of accident or disease whilst engaged in military service.
Here is an article about some of the different kinds of memorial we are researching.

Information collated as a result of the Barnsley War Memorials Project will be submitted to the Imperial War Museum's War Memorials Archives and much of their existing information was used as the starting point of this project.

The War Memorials Archive records:
1. memorials located in the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man
2. memorials to conflicts from any point in history to the present day
3. memorials that commemorate the impact or acts of war, conflict or victory
4. memorials that record thanksgiving for the safe return of individuals, the coming of peace or the prevention of war
5. dedications that have been added to other gravestones which commemorate a war casualty buried elsewhere
6. memorials that commemorate the service, return or death of military personnel during war, conflict or peacetime irrespective of the cause of death, as well as deaths after the end of the conflict as a result of wounds or the effects of war
7. memorials that commemorate the wartime service or death of civilians serving in non-combatant organisations
8. memorials that commemorate civilians, including refugees and internees who suffered or died as a result of enemy action or in a war related accident as well as a consequence of war or conflict
9. memorials to the service, suffering and death of animals during wartime
This Project was formally constituted on 19 March 2014.  A copy of our constitution can be requested. Between May 2014 and October 2016 we published a monthly newsletter, all back issues can be downloaded via the Newsletters tab above.

A list of other memorials which have been or are being researched in-depth can be found on the Research in Progress page.

For more information please contact us via bwmp2015@gmail.com

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Our continuing thanks to Barnsley Archives for all their help and assistance with this project.

BWMP #Aboutv2

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Elsecar, Holy Trinity Church, WW1 windows

Composite photo of the four window panels in Holy Trinity Church, Elsecar (photos by PD)

Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Photographed by Peter Davies


Information from the Heritage Inspired website:
"The four stained glass windows were installed in 1920 to commemorate the parishioners killed during the First World War. They are by Morris & Co of London which was founded by the pre-Raphaelite artist and designer William Morris.
The windows are very striking and portray several Bible scenes. Starting from the left, the first shows a saint in white armour and a scene depicting David slaying Goliath. The next shows Christ in crimson robes and underneath, a panel showing the raising of Lazurus. The third pictures St Sebastian pierced with arrows and St George slaying a dragon. The last depicts St Michael trampling on Satan under his feet and a panel showing the raising of dead warriors."

Inscription:
In Most Grateful Memory of the / Parishioners of Elsecar who gave / their lives in the Great War 1914-1918 / Faithful Unto Death

There are no names listed on these windows, however there is a plaque commemorating the WW1 Fallen of Elsecar elsewhere in the church.


BWMP #ELS02

Ingbirchworth, WW2 Methodist Chapel Roll of Honour (relocated in shop on Wellthorne Lane)

Ingbirchworth WW2 Methodist Roll of Honour on display in local shop
(photo taken 24 August 2014)
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC
 

Photographed by Nigel Croft

Saved from the Methodist Chapel when it was sold in 2014.  Now on display in the local shop on Wellthorne Lane, Ingbirchworth.  We were initially informed that none of the servicemen and women named on this memorial lost their lives in the conflict, however please see the comments below. Huge thanks to the proprietor of the shop for letting us take yet more pictures.

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.

Harry Auty,
Lawrence Beever,
Milton Beever,
Reginald Beever,
Richard K Beever,
Herbert Booth,
Robert Emmott,
George Gaunt,
Derek Greaves,
Frank Harley,
George W Jackson,
Cranogwen Jones,
Stanley Rhodes,
Ernest Roebuck,
Cynthia E Walshaw,
Lorna D Walshaw,
Gordon Wilkinson.




BWMP #ING02

Friday, 22 August 2014

Ingbirchworth, Methodist Chapel WW1 Roll of Honour (relocated in shop on Wellthorne Lane)

Ingbirchworth WW1 Roll of Honour on display in local shop
(photo taken 24 August 2014)


Close up of the names on the Roll of Honour (photo 6 August 2014)
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

This memorial was brought to our notice by JD of the Penistone History Group.  It was saved from the Methodist Chapel in Ingbirchworth which was put up for sale in 2014
by the organist and her husband and is now on display in their shop on Wellthorne Lane.  There is also a WW2 Roll of Honour on display from the same source.

Photographed by BP of Penistone Camera Club and by Nigel Croft
Transcription by JD

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.


Ernest Knowles (Supreme Sacrifice),
J Edwin Liles,
Lionel Burer,
Wilfred Hinchliffe
C Godfrey Hinchliffe (Supreme Sacrifice),
Wilfred Hanson (Shell Shock),
Hubert Hanson,
George Town,
George Woodward (Wounded),
Benjamin Hargreaves,
Elijah Hargreaves (Wounded),
Willie Howden (Wounded),
Fred Roebuck (Wounded),
Tom Sykes (Prisoner of War),
Fred Sykes,
Austin R Graves (Wounded),
Fred Scholey (Wounded),
Ben Dickinson,
Firth Dickinson,
Swindon Hanson,
Walker Haigh,
James Town (Prisoner of War),
Alfred Town,
Alfred Gaunt,
George W Beever,
Albert Jackson (Supreme Sacrifice),

Wm Arnold Holmes,
Clifford Sykes,
John Wm Marsden,
Harry Sykes (Wounded),
William Turner (Wounded),
John Turner,
Amos Scholey (Discharged),
Thomas Jackson (Supreme Sacrifice),
Charles Gaunt,
Horace Hanson,
Raymond Hanson (Gassed),
Fred Jackson,
Harry Lockwood,
Frank Gaunt,

Spencer Gaunt,
John Wm Richardson,
Norman Liles,
Wright Hanson,
Rowland Sykes,
Leonard Sykes,
Henry Knowles,
Turner Roebuck,
Hanson Roebuck,
John Charlesworth,
Willie Miller,
Joe Sykes,
Tom Scholey


Arthur Fletcher (Wounded)

Willis Hanson



BWMP #ING01

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Clayton West, Capt C J Wintour Memorial, All Saints' Church

Magnificent memorial to Charles Wintour in Clayton West Church
(photo taken 2 August 2014)
Brass plaque in the floor at the foot of the above memorial
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Photographs by Nigel Croft

Inscription on the main memorial: 

To the memory of Captain / Charles John Wintour R.N. / who commanded the fourth destroyer flotilla at the / Battle of Jutland Bank and / was killed on the bridge of His / Majesty's Ship Tipperary while / gallantly leading a night / attack on the enemy's ships / Born 10 Dec 1871 Died 31 May 1916

And on the brass on the floor (which looks sunken in now as the floor of the church has been raised):

During the night the British heavy ships were not attacked, but the Fourth, Eleventh and Twelfth Flotillas under Commodore Hawkesley and Captains Charles J Wintour and Anselm J B Stirling delivered a series of very gallant and successful attacks on the enemy causing him heavy losses.  It was during these attacks that the server losses inthe Fourth Flotilla occurred including that of Tipperary with the gallant leader of the Flotilla Captain Wintour.  He had brought his flotilla to a high pitch of perfection and although suffering severely from the fire of the enemy a heavy toll of enemy vessels was taken & many gallant actions were performed by the flotilla.

[partially hidden]
Dispatch of Admiral Sir John Jellicoe GCB GCVO 24 June 1916
 

Read more about Charles John Wintour on Barnsley Soldiers Remembered

Charles is also remembered on the
Clayton West and High Hoyland Memorial, Church Lane/Holmfield Road, Clayton West and the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
 
Charles has no known grave and is commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website





BWMP #CLW02

Saturday, 16 August 2014

Darton, John Taylor Mellor Plaque, All Saints Church

John Taylor Mellor is remembered on this brass plaque
in the chancel of All Saints Church Darton (photo taken 2 August 2014)
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Photograph by Nigel Croft (the light conditions and the reflections on the plaque made this difficult to photograph - it is also very high up on the wall - we said we should come back with a step ladder!)

Inscription:
To the Glory of God and In Loving Memory / of / John Taylor Mellor / who died in the Service of his Country / at Boyelles in France March 16th 1918 / aged 36 years / A faithful Clerk, Sexton and Chorister / of this Parish for a period of 16 years / Right Dear in the Sight of the Lord / is the Death of his Saints.


There are no names on the War Memorial Cross in Darton Churchyard, but John is also remembered in the History of All Saints Church Darton, written by James Dearnley some years later.

John is buried in the Boyelles Communal Cemetery Extension in France and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.




BWMP #DTN6

Darton, Cyril Dixon Window, All Saints Church


Cyril Burton Dixon and his father Willie are remembered on this window in All Saints Church in Darton
Click to enlarge (photos taken 2 August 2014)
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Photographs by Nigel Croft

Inscription:

To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of Cyril Burton Dixon, M.C. of Kexborough / Capt York and Lancaster Regiment Died Nov 14 1918 May He Rest In Peace / To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of Willie Dixon / of Kexborough Architect / Died June 21 1923 May He Rest In Peace

Cyril is also remembered on the Darton Working Men's Club, Roll of Honour and the
Barnsley, Holgate Grammar School Old Boys - WW1 memorial plaque

and on a Memorial Plaque in All Saints Church Darton
 
Cyril is buried in the Awoingt British Cemetery in France and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.



BWMP #DTN05

Darton, Cyril Dixon Plaque, All Saints Church

Captain Cyril Dixon's Memorial Plaque inside All Saint's Church, Darton
(photo taken 2 August 2014)

Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Photograph by Nigel Croft

Inscription: 

To the Glory of God and / In Loving Memory of / Captain Cyril Burton Dixon, M.C. / Y&L Regt / Beloved and only son of  / Willie and Amelia Ann Dixon / of Kexbrough / Who died Novr 14th 1918 from wounds / received in Action Novr 4th 1918 / aged 28 years / and was interred in Awoingt British Cemetery, France. / He died the noblest death a man may die. / Fighting for God and Right and Liberty. / And such a Death is  - Immortality.

Cyril is also remembered on the
Darton Working Men's Club, Roll of Honour and the
Barnsley, Holgate Grammar School Old Boys - WW1 memorial plaque

and on a Window in All Saints Church Darton
 
Cyril is buried in the Awoingt British Cemetery in France and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website. 



BWMP #DTN4

Green Moor, Frank Bramall Plaque, Millennium Green

Memorial Plaque to Frank Bramall in the Millennium Green at Green Moor
(photo taken 3 August 2014)
Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing 


Photographed by Nigel Croft

There are some photos of the Millennium Green on Geograph

It is a small enclosed space on edge of the village with lovely views over the valley below, nearby is a set of village stocks and the village pumphouse which has been restored.

Inscription:
In Memory of / Cpl Frank Bramall / 2nd/4th Yorks & Lancs / born 9th March 1894 / Killed in Action at / the Battle of the Marne / 20th July 1918


Hunshelf Parish 2002

There is an F Bramall remembered on the Penistone Grammar School, Old Boys Memorial
 
Frank is buried in the Bouilly Cross Roads Military Cemetery in France and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.




BWMP #GRE01

Thursday, 14 August 2014

War Memorial Gravestones in Wombwell Cemetery

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.

Wombwell Cemetery contains 31 Commonwealth War Graves.

Friends of Wombwell Cemetery  - Initially the group started as, and still is, a bona fide branch of the Neighbourhood Watch organisation, with the aim of making the cemetery a safer, cleaner place for all those having lawful business there.  They now tend the graves, give talks, encourage school visits and have won awards for their work.

Soldiers on the Wombwell War Memorial are being researched by Fay Polson and her blog Wombell Soldiers Remembered has photographs and all kinds of information about the men from the area.  She has included a section which contains photographs and transcriptions of the gravestones in Wombwell Cemetery, both War Memorials and burials and this can be found here.

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.
BWMP Code
Soldier's Name & Regiment
Date of Death
Thumbnail Photograph
Con 11 1254


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Ernest Crooks *
N/C 15 1559


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George Boldy

York and Lancaster Rgt

23 July 1916
Con 11 1606



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James Hirst

London Regiment

14 September 1918
Con 8 2704


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Fred Lax

Yorkshire Regiment

11 November 1916
U/C 4 1221

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Frederick Ronald Sokell *
Con 11 1696




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Harry Morley

8th Btn York & Lancs Regt

1 July 1916
Con 11 1609



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John Tom Tabor
 2nd Vol Btn York & Lancs Rgt
5 March 1902

George William Tabor
1/5th Btn York & Lancs Rgt
7 July 1916
Con 11 1568


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Frank Ashton

King's Royal Rifle Corps

29 May 1917
Con 11 1554



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Reginald Outram

Royal Engineers

10 October 1916
Con 11 1549


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Joseph Henry Hill

King's Royal Rifles

15 July 1916
Con 11 1221


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Stanley Sokell

East Yorkshire Regt

3 May 1917
Con 11 1111


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Allen Hilton

York and Lancaster Regt

17 August 1918
N/C16 159


 BWMP #WMB12/14
William Clark *
N/C 16 204


BWMP #WMB12/15
George William Parkin *
N/C 16 242


BWMP #WMB12/16
George V Moore *
N/C 16 258


BWMP #WMB12/137
John R Beardshall *
N/C 16 299


BWMP #WMB12/18
Joe Utley

Arthur Utley
*
N/C 16 325


BWMP #WMB12/19
Albert Robinson *
N/C 16 381


BWMP #WMB12/20
Robert William Burrows *
N/C 16 404


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Walter Reginald Booker

Royal Garrison Artillery

15 June 1918
N/C 16 396


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Bernard Washington Kilner *
N/C 16 412


BWMP #WMB12/23
Alan Lockwood

East Yorkshire Regt

24 October 1918
N/C 16 419


BWMP #WMB12/24
Sidney Tomlinson *
Con 9 3614



BWMP #WMB12/25
Raymond Bellamy

Northumberland Fusiliers

27 September 1918
U/C 5 1542



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Arthur Barker

Kings Royal Rifle Corps

4 April 1918
U/C 2 3030


BWMP #WMB12/27
Charles Henry Costello *
Con 8 1952


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Jack Count *
U/C 6 1599B


BWMP #WMB12/29
Harry Dennis *
U/C 6 697C


BWMP #WMB12/30
Charles Exley *
U/C 4 130


BWMP #WMB12/31
William Henry Harper *
U/C 6 389A


BWMP #WMB12/33
Ezra Major Hitchen *
Con 8 1994


BWMP #WMB12/34
Charles Leslie Minett *
U/C 2 3001


BWMP #WMB12/35
William Taylor *
Con 8 2219


BWMP #WMB12/32
George Ledger *
N/C 16 177


BWMP #WMB12/36
William Hinchliffe

York and Lancaster Rgt

15 February 1916
*


BWMP #WMB12/37
Harry Parkin *
Con 8 2767



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George H Barrett

Northumberland Fusiliers

20 October 1916
*


BWMP #WMB12/39
Tom Hall

William Hall
*
*


BWMP #WMB12/40
George Major Hitchen *
*


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Raymond Hudson *
Con 8 2776



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Fred Lees

13th Battalion
York & Lancaster Regt

31 January 1918
*


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Alfred Riley Saville *
*


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Harold Skinner *
Con 9 4582


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Fred Ward

King's Own Scottish Borderers

1 July 1916
*


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Herbert Gelder *
*


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Harry Rowe *
*


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Enoch Knowles *
*


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Samuel Turton *
*


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Sydney Haller *
*


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Edward Crosland *
Con 11 1204


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Alfred Edward Flaxman

South Staffordshire Regt

1 July 1916
*

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Stanley Thomas Sands *
*

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Albert Edward Carr *
*

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Herbert Kilner

Ernest Lockwood
*
*

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Frank Taylor Utley *
*

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Reuben Vaughan *
*

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Alred Watkin *
*

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James Edward Russell *
*

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Ronald Murfin *
*

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Luke Barker *
*

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George Brough *
*

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Eric Bakewell *
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