Lindley War Memorial
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- First World War (1914-1918)
Grants to support the repair and conservation of war memorials are available from the charity War Memorials Trust if it has raised funds. Support is focused on war memorials in Very bad or Poor condition or where there is a serious Concern.
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To the Glory of God and in Honoured Memory of the Men of this Parish who fell in the Great War “Their name liveth for evermore” *************************** 2. Employees of Learoyd Brothers who gave their lives in two World Wars Description – a small wooden plaque situated to the right hand side of the alter on the south facing wall Inscription Learoyd Brothers & Co Branch of Huddersfield Fine Worsteds Limited Roll of Honour Employees of the Company who gave their lives in + Two World Wars + 1914 – 1918 They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old age shall not weary them nor the years condemn at the going down of the sun and in the morning we will Remember them
Hefford William E. Ainley Lockburn Fisher John W. Pogson Charles Beaumont George Carrington John Priestley Stanley Beaumont Sam Gudger Gledhill Harry Lingard Rawcliffe Bernard Birrell Stanley Gledhill Arthur Rhodes James Arthur Bray Allen Mortimer Haigh Harry Riggs Willie Bray Harry Haigh Charles Royle Llewellyn Brick Robert Firth Haigh Arthur Schofield Arthur Brook Henry Hall Franklin Schofield Horace Brook Harold Hanson Arnold Stott Smith Richard Brotherton Edmond Hardcastle Frank Smith Allan Cliffe Herbert Hey Robert Colin Stewart Ernest Clough Charles Ernest Hinchcliffe Harry Stott Fred Clough Edgar Bramley Hirst Fred Sunderland George Collier Norman Hirst Willie Swann Albert William Cotton Harold Holroyd Edward Sykes Gerald Cox John William Holt Leslie Gordon Sykes Ernest Crosland Charles Cecil Holtom Ronald Sykes Gilbert Crosland Ernest Albert Hoyle Vincent Taylor Hubert Crowther George H. Jenning George H. Thorpe Leslie Crowther Arthur Percy Kaye Harold Thorpe Handel C. Dean Frank Kelly Walter Thorpe Arnold Dearnley Eric Kelsall Edgar Waddington Ernest Dearnley Tom Knight Thomas Arnold Walker Louis Petro Demetriadi Ernest Mettrick Oscar Walker Ben Dodson Sykes Mettrick John Watkinson Smith Downsborough Harry Milnes Charles Whitaker Fred Durrans George Henry Moore Leonard Whitwam George Durrans Thomas Moore Frank Wilde Arnold Dyson Frederick Moores George Wilkinson George Donald Dyson Albert Moorhouse Harry Wilkinson Hubert Dyson George Henry Nutton Norman Wilkinson Norman Dyson Frank Parker Albert Wood George Evenson Henry Peckett Gilbert Wood Arnold Fawcett Harry Pogson Harry Lancaster Woodhouse Stanley Wright 1914 – 1918 Frank Berry George Stanley Fairburn Hart Joe Garbutt Herbert Haigh Arnold Hirst Edgar Kaye Norman Mitton Leonard Taylor Marcus Wardle 1939 – 1945 Douglas Elliott Jack Forster Overton