Tuesday 6 January 2015

Monk Bretton Cemetery Thomas William Victory

Thomas is remembered on his sister's gravestone

War Memorials Archive listing

War Memorials Online listing

Lives of the First World War

Photograph by Nigel Croft

Monumental Inscription by Barnsley Family History Society

Grave Location and Inscription: 

In loving memory of / SARAH ANN, / the beloved wife of / ALBERT BATES, / who fell asleep Oct. 12th 1937 / aged 72 years. / “Worthy of everlasting remembrance.” / Also MARTIN, / beloved son of the above / who died August 19th 1942 / aged 52 years. / “At rest.” / Also the above named / ALBERT BATES, / who died March 9th 1950, / aged 84 years. / “Re-united.” / Also THOMAS WILLIAM VICTORY / brother of the above / Killed in Action July 1st 1916 / aged 39 years. / “His name shall live for evermore.” //

Thomas is also remembered on the 

Monk Bretton, St Paul's Church, WW1 Memorial Book 
Great Houghton, St Michael and All Angels, Memorial Tablet  
Great Houghton, Miners' Welfare Hall, Memorial Plaque 
Great Houghton, Wesleyan Chapel, WW1 Memorial Tablet  
Monk Bretton, St Paul's Church, WW1 Memorial Tablet
Monk Bretton War Memorial, Cross Street, Monk Bretton  

He is remembered on the Thiepval memorial and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website. 


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