New Mill War Memorial
- Timber Oak
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
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1914 - 1919 In ever grateful memory of the men from this district who died in the Great War This Institute was founded and this Memorial room set apart. 1922 1939 - 1945 In ever grateful memory of the men from this district who died in the Second World War
1914 - 1919 Joseph Garside Harold Gill John W Atkinson Fred Hallas Ben Maude Randal Atkinson Harold Hampshire Andrew R Moore P. Hugh Ballantyne Luther Hartley Lawrence C Roebuck Booth Battye Ernest Hellawell Arthur Roodhouse Lewis Booth Harry Hilton William C Sims James Broadbent Arthur Kaye William T Stokes James W Cartwright Edward Kaye Mellin Swaine Albert C T Cummings Fred Kaye Fred Turton Frank Dickinson Harold Kaye Loo Womersley Fred England Arnold T Lee Louis Woodhead Harry Battye John Mitchell 1939 - 1945 Eric Heeley Gilbert Hebblethwaite Harold K Battye Harold Kaye Hubert Stainthorpe Lewis Booth Lawrence Lynch Wilfred E Swift Francis H Brooke John McMath Harry B Webster Frank Charlesworth Jack Mettrick Stanley Weatherhead Jack Clarke Fred Richardson Albert Wood There are individual photographs of each man who made the ultimate sacrifice displayed in the room with their respective regiments There are also four additional photographs 1. AC 2 Douglas Brook – accidentally killed 2. Private Robert Nevis England 2nd Battalion Parachute 3. Geoffrey Alan Beaumont L. T. (A) RNVR – accidentally killed 4. A photograph showing approximately200 soldiers taken in July 1916 of the ‘D’ Company 2/5th Batt. Duke of Wellingtons West Riding Regt