Little Lever War Memorial

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Reference WMO/138469


Coronation Square

Little Lever




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Status: Unknown
Type: Non freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: The memorial is a large plaque set into the wall of Little Lever Library. At the top is a crest with the words Mutare Vel Timere Sperno. A sculpture shows a recumbent shrouded (to the neck) man with a soldier's tin hat beside him.The dead are listed surname first then forename(s), but here they are recorded forename(s) then surname to aid searches.
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In memory of the men of Little Lever who gave their lives in the Great War. Their name liveth for evermore.

1914 - 1918 William W. Abbott, Alfred T. Ashworth, Arthur Barlow, Joseph Barlow, Robert W. Barlow, Herbert Bellis, Richard Blinkhorn, Edward Boardman, William Boardman, Fred Brocklehurst, William Brooks, Stanley Crompton, J. Robert Davies, Albert Duckworth, James Duxbury, James Edwards, Charles Fishwick, Thomas Fletcher, Albert Greenhalgh, Arthur Grime, Thomas Hall, George A. Halliwell, James Halliwell, Ernest Hallows, John R. Hampson, Jabez Hancock, Arthur E. Hardman, James Hardman, James Heaton, Zacharia Hill, Harry Hindley, Richard Hornby, John Jarvis, William Jenkinson, Walter Kay, John King, George Kirkman, Isaac Kirkpatrick, Willey Kirkpatrick, Thomas Lockton, George Lowe, James Lyons, Charles Martin, Thomas Martin, Charles Mills, William Morley, Alfred Morris, Roger Mort, Harry Nuttall, Charles Parr, Robert T. Parry, Albert Partington, William Partington, William Percival, Robert Place, Matthew Roberts, Edward Ryan, Fred Scholes, Cyril Settle, James Settle, J. William Sharples, James Shaw, Harry Singleton, William Siviter, Joseph Siviter, Samuel Siviter, Harry Sladen, Norman Smith, George Swingwood, Roger Tatlock, Hubert Taylor, James Taylor, John Taylor, Thomas Wood, Frank Worsley. 1939 - 1945 William Ainsworth, Arthur Barnes, William P. Bentley, Fred Bleakley, Walter Brooks, James Bowers, Frank Clough, James Hargreaves, Arthur Haydock, Joseph Hobson, Herbert Holland, William Hover, Thomas Lawton, Ronald L. Lomax M,M.,John Martin, George Morris, Ernest Olive, John Openshaw, John Perrins, James Pilkington, Fred Ramsden, John Scholes, Charles P. Simpson, Peter Tong, William Tong, John Tyldesley, Robert Tyldesley, John Walker.

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