St. Helen's Parish WW1 memorial

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St. Helen's Church

Church Road

Darley Dale




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Stone Sandstone
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Large stone tablet in the north transept. There is also an additional tablet mounted under the window to the left of the main memorial with further names
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To the Glory of God and to the abiding Memory of the Men from this Parish who laid down their lives in the Great War 1914 – 1919. Their Name Liveth for Evermore. (55 names). 1914 1918

John W Alsop, Arthur Attwood, William Barker, Ernest Bowen, Archibald Cabnell, William Carter, Fred Charlesworth, C Lindsay Clark, Clarence Coates, George Cooley, William Crossland, Lewis Crowder, George Derbyshire, Abraham Doxey, Leslie Drury, Charles H Evans, John E Evans, Fred Fentem, Arthur Fielding, J Fredk Hanson, W Wileman Hart, Ben Hewitson, Willie J Holden, George Holland, William Holland, Henry Holmes, Thomas Holmes, Bertram Houghton, Leonard Houghton, Walter Houghton, Horace Lowe, William Owen, Fred Pearson, George Pratley, Gilbert Preece, Francis W Reed, John W Slaney, Alfred S Smith, Harold Smith, J Salsbury Smith, John W Smith, John Smith, Joseph Smith, Sidney Smith, Frank Taylor, George Thompson, Frederick W Travis, Thomas Twyford, William Wagstaff, George Wall, George W Wall, Benjamin Waterfall, John Waterfall, John W Wilkinson, Ernest Williams. Additional names: Harry Grey, Henry Holmes, Clifford Pope, Thomas Pugh, George Skinner, William Slack, Herbert Stone, Herbert Wain.

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