Grimsby - T.G.W.U Memorial

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Reference WMO265698

Address:

at Transport & General Workers Union Offices

86 Cleethorpes Road

Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire

DN31 3EF

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:
  • Timber Mahogany
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: This impressive Roll of Honour is situated inside the Meeting room of the Transport & General Workers Union office, Cleethorpes Road, Grimsby. The building is sited almost underneath the flyover, and adjacent to the Grimsby Telegraph office. We gained access to the memorial by speaking to the receptionist and then were shown inside the committee room and there was this large wooden memorial complete with black incised lettering along the wall of the room, measuring 2750mm by 1140mm. The offices of the union who represented the men on the memorial was originally situated in Park Street, Grimsby, in 1975, when the offices moved to its present site in Cleethorpes Road, this union merged with the TGWU, and part of terms of the amalgamation was that the memorial would be cared for by the TGWU. The memorial only refers to local men who sailed out of Grimsby. The memorial is in memory of the Second World War and is in two parts. The first part of the memorial is entitled as below:- In some cases men were decorated with both medals and mentioned in despatches e.g. Reade H.F. received a DSM and was mentioned in despatches. The memorial is very good condition, highly polished and is maintained by the TGWU.
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1939 – 1945 ERECTED AS A THANK OFFERING TO MEN OF THE ENGINEERS UNION WHO SERVED IN WORLD WAR II AND PROUD MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES 1939 – 1945 THIS TABLET IS ALSO ERECTED VERY PROUDLY TO THE MEMBERS OF THE ENGINEERS UNION WHO RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING HONOURS WHILST SERVING THEIR KING AND COUNTRY.

ALLEN AG GATTERGOOD J A QUINCE A ANGEL L GIRLING C AUSTIN J HACK JR REID A HALL H REID C A BENNETT J HUNTER H L RICE T BRAMBLES W JACKMAN W RIX F BURRETT H JOBSON T BUSH F C JOEL F SILVER J H JOEL P SLATER W CARLTON W JOEL S SMITH J CHAMBERLAIN J STEVENS E R COLLISON F LANCASTER W S CONNOR M LYNCH S H TEASDALE G N CORCORAN L (STAFF) TEMPLEMAN W A DENNISION C MACKENZIE R THOMSON W F DONALD W MARLAND A THROWER A ELLIS MARJORIE (STAFF) NELSON J EVARDSON A PILE F FORSTER A POPPLE E E WILLIAMS C PRESTON W F WILLIAMSON H WILLETT J W WILLIS R BALDWIN R G BEM NETTLETON G H BEM BELCHER A E DSM MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES NICHOLSON J DSM BECK O E BEM PURCELL P BEM BETT J DSM POWLEY R R DSM CAMPBELL J OBE READ W BEM CHILVERS H BEM READE H F DSM COLE E BEM MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES LLOYDS MEDAL FOR BRAVERY ROBERTS R J CUTSFORTH L DSM MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES DUNN I DSM RICE S W F DSM FARROW C BEM RIDLEY R A DSM GALYER BEM RIX F BEM GRAY C SAMUEL G H DSM MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES SANDERSON G W DSM HACK L SMITH A F GEORGE MEDAL MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES SMITH J J H DSM HIPKINS T DSM SMITH T A DSM HOODLESS C DSM SMITH W G DSM JONES E BEM TAYLOR S DSM KIMPSON T DSM WALKER W MBE McINTOSH W DSM LLOYDS MEDAL FOR BRAVERY MUSSELL W SMALLEY S LLOYDS MEDAL FOR BRAVERY MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES MARRIOTT C C BEM WALKER W H MBE WILBOURNE G R BEM WINNEY J C DSM

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