Friday, 1 April 2016

Barnsley, Newman and Bond Solicitors war memorial plaque, Church Street, Barnsley


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Photograph by KingstoneHistory

The brass plaque with a wooden frame is displayed in the premises of Newman and Bond Solicitors, 35 Church Street, Barnsley half way up the stairs overlooking the reception area. 

Inscription: 
"Lest We Forget"
The Gallant men who in 1914 were assisting in these offices
Name           / Entered Office / Position  / Joined HM Forces / Rank  / Regiment
1. Bond, Alfred Dalton /Aug 1901 / Solicitor & Partner /1914 / 2nd Lieut / 5th Y&L (TF) / Died Serving 22nd May 1916,age 32
2. Simpson, Robt. Arthur Abbs  / Jan 1914 / Solicitor  / 1915 / Lieut  / Northumberland Fusrs / Died of Wounds Nov 1917
3. Barraclough, William / Oct 1912 / Surveyor / 1914 / 2nd Lieut / 5th W. Yorks / Killed in Action 28th Sep 1916
4. Burt, Walter George  / Sep 1911 / Solicitor  / 1914 / 2nd Lieut / 14th Y&L  / Wounded 
5. Lyons, Francis John William / Aug 1909 / Clerk  / 1914 / 2nd Lieut / 13th Y&L / Prisoner
6. Bradley, Wilfrid Gray / Jan 1914 / Asst. Cashier /1914 / 2nd Lieut / Duke of Wellington's West Riding / Wounded

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.

Alfred Dalton Bond
Robt Arthur Abbs Simpson
William Barraclough
Walter George Burt
Francis John William Lyons
Wilfred Gray Bradley