Bakewell WW1 & 2 Memorial Boards.

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Reference WMO/273653

Address:

All Saints Church

S Church St

Bakewell

DE45 1FD

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:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Two boards with the names, rank, regiment and date of death of Bakewell men killed in WW1 but only name & regiment for WW2.
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Remember.

1914. Malcolm Tomlinson. 1915. Hubert H Fewkes, A C Brooke-Taylor, Victor Mitchell, Geoffrey M Hoyle, Alec B Jones, Thomas D’Arcy, Leonard Needham, George T Hatyo. 1916. John Wm Newton, Ernest Mosley Taylor, John B Hoyle MC, J Regd Mountney, Walter G Hamilton, John Andrews, Fred W Barnett, S Standidge Boden, J A Chadwick, Joseph Mellor, William F Finney, Thomas Swann, R H Chadwick, H O’Neil, Joseph Radford, Frank G Wilson, Alfred Foster, James Cooper, Bertie Birley, Joseph Nelson, Albert Mountney MM, John Boulton, Alfred Elliot, Peter Bond, Geo Wm Chadwick. 1917. W Barber, William Wright, Chas Fd Hamilton, Walter Fewkes, John Francis Aitkin, Ernest D Twyford, George Skidmore, William H Hill, John L Knight, Geoffrey W P Abraham, Henry Byron, Frank Webster. 1918. George Daffern, Edward Wood, R Carr, William Frost, Lawrence Douglas, Arthur Sims, E J Mellon, Walter Mountney, Oswald W Whittaker, Herbert R Thompson, Benjamin Kay, John Thos Carrol, Eric Minor Spink, James Elliot, George Wm Blagden, John Wm Rowland, Clement A Stevens, W Kennedy, Alfred E Marsden, W H Howard, Thos Ed Turner, John H Sherratt, Cecil Clark. 1939 – 1945. Bert Askey, Douglas Haig Beswick, William Victor Bibby, Arthur Sanderson Blagden, John George Bruce, Sidney James Bunch, Ronald Bunting, Stuart Austin Buss, Francis Cecil Clark, Jack Clementson, James Willis Firn, Geoffrey Gilbert, Michael Gillane, Harry Heathcote, Robert William Jonas, Leo Kay, Alfred Kirkby, John Mansfield, William McGregor, Jack Morrison, Reginald Walter Powell, Norman Shimwell, Frank Squires, Reg Stimson.

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