St. Chad's Church

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Reference WMO/286770


Longworth Street

Tonge Fold




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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Plaque inside St. Chad's parish church on the north wall. Originally the WW1 plaque was in the nearby Sunday School and was moved to the church when it was built in 1938.
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St. Chad's Church / to the glory of God and in / loving memory of / the following parishioners / who made the supreme sacrifice / in the great war / 1914 - 1919 / (names) / faithful unto death / 1939 - 1945 (names)

(1914 - 1919) Albert Adams, Saml. Barlow, J.T. Birchall, Rd. Birtwistle, Henry Jas. Bond, Jack Bromiley, H. Butterworth, Vincent Cass, Harry Casson, S. Chadburn, Rd. A. Clarke, Patrick Connor, Thos. Crompton, Chas. D. Currier, Robt. Davies, Harry Davies, Herbt. A. Dean, Alfred Diggle, S. Entwistle, Robt. Entwistle, G. Entwistle, Levi Fletcher, Alfred B. Gill, Alfred Liptrot, Jas. R. Glaister, J. Greenhalgh, Alfred Guffogg, Thos Haslam, Jas. Hadfield, Wm. Harrison, Jesse Heyes, L. Holland, Thomas Hunt, A. Hutton, P. Kirkman, Thomas Leach, Thos. H. Lowe, Wm. H. Lowe, Saml. Lomas, Chas. R. Lomax, Joe Lovett, Wm. Lythgoe, Wm. McCann, F. Oldfield, E. Parkinson, T. Pettigrew, Jas. Pickup, Chas. Rigby, James Roscow, Lewis Robb, Walter Royle, James Settle (Tonge Old Rd.), James Settle (Hengist St.), Cornelius Seeler, A.M. Sharples, Chas Simpson, Harry Slater, Wm. Smethurst, Robert Stones, Joseph Spencer, James I. Steele, Wm. P. Tennant, George Turner, Thos Urmston, Robt. Walmsley, Jas. Winterbottom, Reuben Wood, James C. Yates, John Yates, Alfred S. Wright. (1939 - 1945) James Blackley, Ronald Cheetham, Walter Hopkins, Thomas Grimshaw, Kenneth Monks, James Heald Smith, Arthur Heyes, Albert Wadeson, James White, Albert Smethurst.

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