St. Mary Magdalene Parish Church.

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Reference WMO221114

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Ribble Valley

Clitheroe

BB7

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Alabaster
Lettering: Raised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: The church of St. Mary Magdalene is the parish church for Clitheroe .The memorial is an alabaster plaque with a carved saint on the left side of St Michael ( representing War ) and a mirror image carved saint on the right side representing St. Gabriel ( representing Peace).On either side of the plaque is a stained glass window.Under the inscription are four bronze vertical tablets with the names of the fallen in WW1 in raised letters.Under these is a horizontal bronze tablet with the fallen of WW2 in raised letters.
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In Memory of / the men of this congregation/ who gave their lives in the Great War.

WW1 - Harry Banks; Robert J. Bartlett; Walter Bell; Arthur Bibby; James H. Birtwell; Tom Black; Tom Breaks; Harold Brennand; Richard Brennand; John Bridge; David Brown; Raynford Bullock; Albert V. Busby; Samuel Chadwick; Ralph Chapelhow; Donald N. Coates; Albert Coulthurst; C.David Cox; John Crossley ; Benjamin J. Davies; Thomas E. Davies; John Dewhurst; John J. Dewhurst; William Dickinson; Earl Douglas; John I. Downham; Fred Duckworth; Fred Duckworth; Francis W. Eccles; Reginald Forrest; George W. Hague; Charles V. Hargreaves; Willoughby F. Hargreaves; Harry Harris; Tom R. Harrison; Lawrence Hayhurst; James Heyes; John Heys. Wilfred Heyes; Fred Hitchon; Benjamin Hodgson; Geoffrey G. Horsfall; John A Howarth; William Howarth; Harry Jackson; Richard Kay; Jim Killingbeck; Harry Knowles; J.Eccles Langtree; Harry Lawson; James Leeming; Harry Leeson; John Manley; William E. Mennell; John Miller; Tom Moore; Henry J. Musgrove; Joseph Norcross; Miles Overy; Alfred Parker; Luke Parker; Robert Parker; Walter B. Parker; Tom Parkington; Thomas Pollitt; Edmund P. Rawlinson; George Ridsdale; William Robinson; Tom Rushton; Herbert Selwood; Thomas Sims; Robin Smith; Alfred S. Sutcliffe; Arthur Taylor; Norman Taylor; Tom Taylor; James Thompson; Richard Thornber; Harry Townley; Edward Townson; Richard Townson; Joseph Whitehead; R. Hollis Whitehead; William Whittaker; Robert Willacy; Albert Wilson; Victor Wilson; William C. Wilson; Charles Wood; Tom Wrigley. WW2 -James A. Brotherton ; Frank Cawley ; Frank Compton ; Thomas Dawson ; John Wilcock Edmondson ; Rowland Mercer Gradwell ; William Sill Gradwell ; Fred Holt ; John Ireland ; Edward Kirk ; John Edward Lord ; John Eric Mennell ; George Edwin Mennell ; George Bertram Musson ; Rowland Gascoigne Musson ;John Towler Pratt ; Stanley Rydeheard ; Roy Wilson ; Harold Windle ; Mary Woodhouse.

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