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St. John's Churchyard

Church Street




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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Calvary
  • Stone Portland stone
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: The Church was built for the Village of Carlton in 1878/9 to a design by G E Street for the Earl of Wharncliffe who owned the local coal mines. The War Memorial was unveiled on 4 Aug 1920, designed and erected by Messrs Burslem and Son of Tunbridge Wells. 20 feet high, base is 10ft square. Carved in the best Portland Stone. (From the Barnsley Chronicle 7 Aug 1920)
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To the glory of God and in grateful and loving memory of the men belonging to the homes or families of this parish who sacrificed their lives in the Great War 1914 - 1918 'Grant them O Lord eternal rest'

Carlton Addy, Kenneth Balguy Addy, Thomas Allport, Kenneth Barton, Edwin Brook, Frank Broadhurst, Harold Browne, George Chapman, Andrew Cowie, Norman Crossland, Granville East, Alfred Ellis, George Emmerson, Thomas Evans, Harry Ferris, William Free, John Fullwood, William Goldthorpe, Alfred Gray, Frank Greenwood, Leonard Hall, Joseph Hargreaves, George Newitt, James Holland, Samuel Johnson, James Kaye, George Kilner, Tremlett Knox, William Knowles, Francis Lindsay, Royce Linton, Archibald Mackenzie, George Mee, Jack Murray, Stephen Norton, Charles Parkes, James Readman, Jack Roberts, Meredith Roberts, Frank Russell, Walter Saxton, John Sykes, Charles Tate, Cyril Tate, Herbert Turton, Arthur Twibey, Joseph Noel Walter, Stephen Warren, George Williams, Arthur Wilkinson, Walter Wood, Rowland Wright, [1939-45] Leonard Bradley, Frank Briggs, Allen Burton, Harry Burton, Harry Cave, Wilfred Grove, Henry Guest, Walter Hanson, George Kenyon, John Hynes, Roy Middleton, Thomas Micklethwaite, Anthony Alwyn Nordon, Clifford Passingham, David Saxton, Joseph Henry Wild, Percy Wright, John Wright, Harace Robinson, John James Marooney.

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