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Reference WMO/266760


Holy Innocents Parish Church

Vicarage Road

Thornhill Lees



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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
About the memorial: Originally sited in St Mary's Church, Savile Town. A brass plaque in a wood frame commemorates the men of Savile Town who died in the First World War. The inscription indicates that the side screen in the chancel of St Mary's Church was also part of the memorial, but it is unclear if this was relocated with the plaque. Beneath this plaque is a small black plaque dedicated to the men and women of Savile Town who died in the Second World War. This plaque indicates that it was originally located beneath a memorial window.

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1914 - 1919 To the Glory of God and in Grateful Remembrance of the Men of Savile Town who gave their lives in the Great War. This tablet is erected along with the side screen in the Chancel. John Ashworth Harry Barclay Leonard Batley Thomas Bennett William Benson Ernest Blamires Edgar Bowyer Joseph Bowyer Sydney Brooke George Cartwright Lewis Cowling Garnett Crawshaw Harold Evans James Ewart Robert Ewart William Ewart John Ferguson John Goddard Norman Goddard Charles Hall Thomas Harper Sam Hawkswell Thomas Hemingway Joseph Horsley Clarence Ingham Arthur Johnson Fred Johnson Thomas Kitson William Langley Leonard Lee Stanley Lee Arnold Lightfoot Arthur Lightfoot Ernest Lightfoot Rowland Littlewood George Markham Ben Morton Fred Morton John Myers Arthur Oates Arthur Oldroyd Joseph Pickard Harry Pickles Sam Pickles Stanley Politt Fred Scarry Robert Scott Max Skelsey Charles Stead Archie Sugden Arnold Swinthenbank Thomas Thompson Joseph Watson Joe Webster Orlando Walker Percy Walker Ernest Whitaker Wilfred Whitaker Herbert Wragg Simpson Wragg Mine eyes look upon such, as are faithful in the land and they may dwell with me Psalms CL 1939 – 1945 To the Glory of God and in grateful remembrance of the men and women of Savile Town wh`ected together with the centre light in the above window. requiescat in peace David Asquith Teddy Bratt Rex Castle Joseph Douglas Herbert Elsworth Rennie Firth Ernest Greaves Norman Haigh Granville Hemingway Herbert Holmes Thomas Issott Sam Mallinson Jack Parlar Harold Twose Willie Watson Jack Wood Gordon Wright Harry Wright Arthur Brewer Mary Ann Scott Enid Scott

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