Thursday, 1 January 2015

Felkirk St Peter's Lychgate WW1 & WW2 Memorial Tablets

Lychgate at Felkirk Church
Bronze plaque inside Lychgate for WW1 Fallen
Second bronze plaque for WW2 Fallen

Links:

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Genuki listing

Lives of the First World War Community

Second World War - Barnsley War Memorials
Researched by MAC


Blog post about this War Memorial


Information about the men on this memorial and many photographs can be found on the Local Stuff for Local People Facebook page. 

A number of the men on this memorial were from nearbly Shafton or Cudworth, or other places inside the modern Barnsley MBC boundary - indicated below by *

Transcribed and photographed by BarnsleyHistorian

Inscription:
 
The legend "1914 may they rest in peace 1918" is carved in raised letters onto the beam above the gate. 
 
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
A E Bettney*
A Bowen*
M B P Boyd
N Bradbury
G Burton
R Davis* (Reuben Davies)
T O Dunhill
J Elliott
J Fenn
W H Garner
G Gartenfeld
H Gartenfeld
H Garton
L Godley
S Goodchild
B Govier*
J Harwood
W R Hayton*
J Holmes
J A Hunt
W Johnson
E W Litherland*
C Miles
W Owen
A Ogley* (Arthur Ogley)
J A Parkinson
F Peckett*
C Pickard*
P Sendall
E Taylor
W Taylor
F Teal*
A Torr
T Webb
H Wilkinson
G W Woodward

1939 - 1945
F Barraclough
H Bird
A Brook
R E Butterwood
D Collins
C Cooper
W Davenport
F Davis
W Flynn
C Fretwell
H Goften
H Roberts
H Hopkinson
R Jackson
W King
A Lillward
R Moore
G Needham
J Nichols
A E Oldroyd
T A Oliver
E Pashley
H Richards
M Rose
J Smith
J E Smith
L Steele
J Taylor
F I Tibble
R Thorpe
A Ward
Margaret Wardle
R A Whittlestone
R B Wilson
D Livett




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