Chesterfield Post Office

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Reference WMO/277074


Chesterfield Delivery Office

West Bars


S40 1AA


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: A wall-mounted walnut board in a sycamore frame. The upright, oblong board bears the inscription in brush-drawn gold, upright capital roman lettering. The names are in two columns, each accompanied by a full-colour painting of the relevant regiment or unit. The names are in a combined alphabetical list of First World War and Second World War names. The plain bevelled frame has mitred corners and bears an oval badge at the head, also of sycamore, and bearing the gilded crown and initials badge of the former General Post Office.
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Column 1- J.G. Bennett - Post Office Rifles - 20.9.17/ A.E. Connor - Royal Engineers - 16.6.19/ H.L. Cooper - Yorkshire Regiment - 28.6.18/ I.E. Craig - Gordon Highlanders - 18.1.15/ A. Dunks - Royal Engineers - 12.8.18/ J.W. Fletcher - Royal Warwickshire - 24.10.17/ H. Holmes - 22nd West Yorks - 28.8.17/ J.J.H.R. Oldham - Grenadier Guards - 14.9.16/ A. Penn - Post Office Rifles - 30.10.17/ Column 2- J.I. Phipps - Post Office Rifles - 30.10.17/ H.H. Price - Post Office Rifles - 28.4.18/ J. Rippon - Army Service Corps - 5.5.18/ L.R. Barber - Royal Air Force - 21.7.44/ F. Carr - Sherwood Foresters - 14.3.44/ G. Roe - Royal Armoured Corps - 14.3.44/ L. Sedgwick - Lincolnshire Regt. - 8.7.44/ W. Shelbourne - North Staffs Regt. - 6.5.40/ H. Wheeldon - Royal Corps of Signals - 9.10.43

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