Littleton Colliery WW1

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Littleton Colliery




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Following the closure of the Colliery, we would like to know the current location and condition of this memorial. If you have information about the whereabouts or status of this war memorial, please add any relevant comments to this record. If appropriate, please also update the memorial’s location and address, add a condition update and photographs.

Status: Unknown
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Painted
About the memorial: Location unknown. No recent record. There are two online photos showing the plaque/board being cleaned. It is described as being in bronze and is coloured blue in the photo with white lettering. It is enclosed in what looks like a wooden frame standing on 2 legs, like an outdoor notice, board and in the vicinity of the (now closed) colliery.
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This memorial is erected by the Littleton Collieries Ltd/and workmen in grateful memory of the undermentioned/employees who gave their lives in the Great War/1914-1919

Albert Addison/William Allen/William Banks/Edward Bickley/Ted Bradbury/Alfred Bradshaw/William J Brindley/Arthur J Brookes/Joseph Brown/Victor Cain MM/Fred Cooper/William J Dawson/George A Dowding/David T Duckhouse/John E Espin/Joseph Foster/George Getley/Joe Hains/Jack Handley/James Harrison/George W Hartshorn/John H Henshaw/Alfred T Hickinbottom/Daniel Hollingmode/John T Hollinghead/Ernest Hooper/Eli Johnson/Herbert Jones/Enoch Lane/Fred C Lockley/John Masters/William Meredith/John W Morris/Samuel Nickols/Charles C Parker/William Pearson/James Penton/George Powell/Frederick Robson/Arthur Sanders/Fred Sheldon/John Sherratt/George Sishton/Harry Scott/Charles E Smith/Charles M Smith/Percy Smith/William B Sockett/William Southwick/John H Spencer/Harry Stephens/John J Stones/James Stevenson/Fred Thurstance/Howard J Tonks/George Turner/Daniel Turner/James Tyler/William Vernon/Joseph Walker/George B Wain MM/W John Weaver/George W Webb/Enoch Westwood/William Wright

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