Monk Bretton War Memorial

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Reference WMO/143642

Address:

Cross Street

Monk Bretton

Barnsley

S71 2EU

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Pillar/column
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Two freestanding stone pillars set in a small garden. The bases of the pillars are inscribed with the names of the fallen from both World Wars. The memorial used to be on the other side of the road, but was moved (date unknown) to facilitate works to an underground reservoir.
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Monk BrettonHolds in Grateful Memory Her Brave Dead Who Gave Their Lives For King and Country in the Great Wars 1914-1918 1939-1945 Korean War

1914-1918 Pte Herbert Atkinson, Smn Arthur Atkinson, Pte James M Bailey, Cpl Charles Bedford, Pte George E Beck, Pte Richard Burke, Pte Tom Bailey, Pte Joseph Carr, Cpl Charles Cooke, Pte James Critchley, Cpl Charles L Duckworth, Pte Fredk Franks, L.Cpl Jesse Eyre Green, Pte C Grattan, Pte Ernest Harston, Pte John Horobin, Pte Thomas Hill, Pte Albert Ed Harston, Pte Lewis Harrison, Pte Thomas Hunt, Stoker W T Hinchliffe, Gunr Thomas H Horbury, Cpl Arthur Johnson, L Cpl J T Johnson, Pte George H Jessop, Cpl Thomas Knight, 2nd Lt Peter C Kerr, Pte Thomas Knight DCM, Sig Thomas A Kelk, Sgt Rufus Kelk, Pte Fred Knapton, Pte Daniel W Lee, Alice Hilda Lancaster, Cpl Charles R Lowe, Pte Amos Marsden, L Smn Arthur Malkin MM, Pte Arthur Moxon, Cpt Archibald Mackenzie, Pte Henry MacDonald, Pte Samuel Gammons, Pte Herbert Musgrave, Pte A E Oldroyd, Pte Thomas Partridge, Pte P J Pitcher, Pte William Russell, Pte Arthur Russell, Sgt Thomas Richards, L Sgt J W H Silcock, L Cpl Albert Scorah, Pte John Shaw, Pte Abraham Shaw, Pte Richard Turner, Pte Edwin Turner, Pte Thomas E Truelove, Pte Austin Turton, Pte Thomas Trueman, Pte Thomas W Victory, A Smn C A Whitehead, Pte Charles W Wood, Stoker Arthur Wood, Pte Bernard White, Sapper Samuel Waters, Sct Chase E Williams, A Smn Harry Williamson, Pte William Barnett, Pte Charles W Good, 1939-1945 Pte Eric D Barber, Flt Sgt Wilfred Barham, Sapper George Black, A Smn Raymond E Bonson, Sgt Jack Burley, Cpl W Carrington, Pte Harry Cook, Bdr Reginald Cook, Pte Albert Crossley, A Smn Albert L Everett, Pte J T Franks, A C William Heppenstall, Sgt Amos Howe, Sapper Roy A Jagger, Sig Ronald Jones, Cpl G H Mellor, Pte Thomas Raynor, Pte Edward Shepherd, Flt Sgt Fred Trimby, Pte John T Walton, Cpl G W Watson, Pte E Wetton, Dvr Geoffrey Whitham, Gdsman Harry Williamson, Pte Sydney Wood, Cpl G E Bond, Gnr G Sheehan, Korean War, Cpl Thomas W Price.

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