St Mark's Church Memorial Pillar/Column
St Mark's Church
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- Metal Bronze
- Stone Limestone
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
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6 O'CLOCK FACE: IN/ GRATEFUL MEMORY/ OF THE MEN OF THIS/ PARISH WHO GAVE/ THEIR LIVES FOR/ THEIR COUNTRY IN/ THE WORLD WAR/ 1939 - 45/ THIS PILLAR/ OF SACRIFICE WAS/ RAISED TO THE MEMORY/ OF THE SEVENTY FIVE/ MEN OF PENSNETT WHO/ ARE NUMBERED AMONG/ THE ONE MILLION DEAD/ OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE/ WHO FELL IN THE GREAT/ WAR 1914 - 1918. THEY/ DIED IN EVERY QUARTER/ OF THE EARTH AND THEIR/ GRAVES ARE MADE SURE/ TO THEM BY THEIR KIN/ THE MAIN HOST LIE/ BURIED IN THE LANDS OF/ OUR ALLIES OF THE WAR,/ WHO HAVE SET ASIDE/ THEIR RESTING PLACES IN/ HONOUR FOR EVER : SOME/ LIE IN THE CHURCHYARD/ YONDER/ THEIR NAME LIVETH/ FOR EVERMORE 9 O'CLOCK FACE: THE FALLEN/ (NAMES) 3 O'CLOCK FACE: THE FALLEN/ (NAMES)
1919 - 1945: Arthur Ball, James Bentley, William A Bentley, Percival M Blewitt, Bert Bloomer, Harry A Brookes, David HT Cooper, John T Cotterill, Harry J Crawford, Raymond Evans, George Flavell, Percy Gennard, Francis E Guest, Ernest Hickman, Albert E Mallen, Sidney T Millard, Norman Palmer, Sameul H Perry, Anthony J Plant, Arthur Preece, Herbert Reynolds, James Siviter, Granville E Stokes, Athelstan Tether, Samuel Wentworth, George Williams, George L Worton, Samuel M Slater/ 1914 - 1918: John T Adams, Edward T Ashmore, John Ashmore, Joseph Barnett, Alfred Bate, Harry Bate, James A Bate, Cornelius Bough, Thomas Bedford, Granville Bowen, James Bowen, William Bradley, Albert Breeze DCM, S Ernest Bridgwater, Harry Broome, Harry Broome, Archie Thomas Brown, Isaac Brown, Samuel Cadman, Henry W Charles, Enoch Corbett, Archibald Cornbill, Samuel Cox, George H Dunn, George Edwards, Laban Evans, Joseph A Fereday, John Flavell, John T George, Donald S Glace, Robert Gonderton, George W Handley, John R Hicken, Frederick Higginson, Charles B Homer, Joseph Ingram, Enoch Jones, George H Jones, Harold D Jones, James Jones, William Jones, Richard J Jordan, James Kimberley, Noah Knight, Wilfred Lawley, John Longville, John T Marsh, Ernest Millinchip, James WH Parfitt, Maurice Parfitt, William Parkes, Alfred G Parton, Dudley Pearson, Frederick C Pickering, John T Plant, Alfred J Preece, John T Price, Ernest Proudler, Albert Roughton, John Rubery, Samuel T Screen, Ambrose Shakespeare, Robert P Shephard, David Stock, Ernest F Street, Thomas Thomas, Frederick T Tibbetts, Charles Tolley, Walter WL Tolley, William L Vale, David Walker, William A Waterfield, John E Williams, Frederick Woodall