Tickhill War Memorial

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Reference WMO199820

Address:

Church of St Mary

St Mary's Road

Tickhill

South Yorkshire

DN11 9LY

England

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Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other cross
Materials:
  • Stone Granite
Lettering: Raised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
  • Korean War (1950-1953)
About the memorial: Unveiled June 1920, cross with sword, 13ft high, unpolished Aberdeen granite. More information available from Tickhill & District Local Historical Society http://www.tickhillhistorysociety.org.uk/local_memorial.asp
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In grateful memory of the men of this Parish who in the Great War 1914-1918 gave their lives for King and Country. In grateful memory of the men of this Parish who in the Great War 1939-1945 gave their lives for King and Country. This monument erected by their fellow Parishioners,

WORLD WAR 1 - John Arthur Abraham, Ledger Ainley, Dixwell Ian Alderson, William George Battersby, Frank Stanley Beastall, Frederick William Beighton, George Bradshaw, Lawrence Ward Brown, Albert Burton, Frederick William Cartwright, George Leonard Close, George Colbeck, John Willie Cooper, Bernard Austin Flint, Percy Reginald Foreman, John Williamson Gilbank, Dennis Gleadall, John Gregory, James Grice, Stanley Guest, Frederick John Hanson, Reginald Bernard Rands Haywood, Lewis Herrington, Arthur Hickson, Broughton Hill, John Henry Holmes, Walter Hooker, William Hough, Richard Richardson King, Christopher Leather, Edward Wilberforce Leather, Ernest Arthur Leather, Joseph Marsden, William Frederick Matthews, William Wrigley Matthews, Harold Milner, Wilfred Nicholson, John Burleigh Oldfield, Harry Parker, Thomas Pearson, Percy Porter, Lance Conway Rowbotham, Arthur Shepherd, Albert Shirtliff, Oswald Shirtliff, Maurice Stables, Allen Stocks, George Swift, William Swinburn, Frederick Thompson, Harry Thompson, William Todd, Horace Tomlinson, Walter Edward Turner, William Whinfrey, Charles Ramsay White, George White, Frank Woolas. WORLD WAR 2 - Gerald Aubrey Alderson, George Peter Alexander, William Henry Barnes, Arthur John Brine, Reginald Brinicombe, Walter Brown, Joseph Dickinson, Frank Ellis, Bateman Redge Garnett, Peter Raymond Harris, John Edward Harrison, Roger Malcolm Helliwell, John Herbert Kendrick, George Margetts, Harold Perkins, John Edmund Pope, Walter Rowlinson, John Christopher Spencer, Philip Stocks, Alfred James Storey, Thomas Storey, Leslie Swinburn. KOREAN WAR - H.V. Edgley.

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