Bradbourne-Roll of Honour

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Reference WMO/291218


All Saints Church

Mill Lane




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Other Other
  • Paper Paper
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Thankful Village
About the memorial: A printed roll of honour on a paper sheet in a plastic frame. At the head is a photograph of the church and churchyard above the inscription and name list which are in upright sentence case block lettering, which marks the fact that Bradbourne is a thankful village.
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18 Thankful Soldiers,/ who all returned/ Regiments, Homes, and Ages in 1918/ (Names)

Henry Baldy Headquarters The Close 42/ Frank Barber Royal Engineers Bradbourne 18/ Francis Eyre West Yorkshire Bradbourne 26/ Benjamin Gould Sherwood Foresters Bradbourne 35/ Leslie W. Greenleaf Australian Army School House 20/ William J. Heath Sherwood Foresters Sandpitlow 22/ Cornelius Heathcote Machine Gun Corps Farm Cottage 24/ William E L Hodson Royal Field Artillery Bradbourne Hall 25/ James H Lowe Labour Corps Bank Top Farm 37/ Francis W Maskery Sherwood Foresters Wagoner Cott. 18/ Frank Mellor Army Service Corps Bradbourne 22/ Fred Myers Manchester Reg. White Meadow 22/ William Myers Royal Flying Corps White Meadow 24/ Edward Needham Manchester Reg. Gardener 30/ Leslie Trafford Royal Garrison Du Lands 28/ George H Walton Royal Marines Rock Cottage 18/ John W Walton Royal Marines Rock cottage 20/ Frank Whitehead Royal Flying Corps White Meadow 38/

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