Old Boys of Haverthwaite Brow Edge School


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Reference WMO/272903

Address:

Barrow Archive and Local Studies Centre, Barrow Library

Duke Street

Document Reference BDS 37/5

Barrow-in-Furness

LA14 1XW

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Materials:
  • Paper Paper
Lettering: Other
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: This is a crude Roll of Honour on the reverse side of a piece of card previously used for other purposes, still containing it's wall hook. However with the amount of information on it it is very useful for historians to identify local servicemen. Although dated 1915 it was clearly updated through the war. For an item intended to be essentially ephemeral it's survival is remarkable.
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ROLL OF HONOUR 1915/OLD BROW EDGE SCHOLARS/NOW SERVING THEIR KING AND COUNTRY/ (names)

Wm. Davidson Corporal The Kings Own 13671 Wounded/ Geo. Thompson Corporal The Kings Own Wounded/ C. Jeffrey Private The Kings Own/ Wm. Barrow Private The Kings Own 1754 Wounded/ Geo. Woodward Private The Kings Own 2881 Fred Fell Private The Kings Own 2387/ John Backhouse Private The Kings Own 2392 Wounded/ Lawrence Barker Private The Kings Own 1753/ Harold Barker Col. Sergeant The Kings Own/ Jas Marshall Private The Kings Own/ Wm Hoggarth Private The Kings Own 2049 Wounded/ Wm Lancaster L. Corporal The Kings Own 1755/ Hugh Edmondson Private The Kings Own Wounded/ Jas Edmondson Private The Kings Own 17574/ Wm Marshall Private The Kings Own Wounded/ Edgar Brockbank Private The Border Wounded/ C.H. Ellwood Private Liverpool Scottish Killed in action/ J. W. Ellwood Private The Navy/ E. Ellwood Lieutenant Sussex/ Robt Wilson Staff Signaller The Kings Own 23201 Wm Scott Private The Kings Own Wounded/ Ch. Thompson Private “Bantams” Wounded/ Henry Askew Private R. Artillery Died of wounds/ Daniel Askew Private R. Artillery / Robert Benson Private Canadian/ Ernest Benson Private Canadian/ James C. Hill Private The Pals/ Harry Edmondson Private Transport Driver Missing/ Fred Wilkinson Private OJC Killed in action/ Harry Rawsthorn Private 4th Kings Own Killed in battle/ Wm Dixon Private 4th Kings Own Wounded/ Geo. Barker Private Bantams/ Fred Fox Private/ Alfred Ellis Private East Yorks Discharged as unfit/ Tom Hartley Private/ Tom Tyson Private/ Jim Barker Private/ R. Hughes

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