Ernest Bailey Grammar School WW2 Bible

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St Giles' Church

Church Street

Old Matlock



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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Bible or Prayer Book
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  • Paper Paper
Lettering: Other
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: A bound hardbacked Bible with a dedicatory page pasted into the front cover. The page has a cross within a bound wreath at the head in red, gold, green and blue and the inscription is in red calligraphy with names in black arranged in two columns. It is in the Guild Chapel at the eastern end of the north wall of the nave. c1982: The school merged with a nearby one and vacated the New St premises which ultimately became the Derbyshire Records Office. It is presumed that the Bible was moved to St Giles's Church at about that time.
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OLD BAILEANS KILLED DURING THE 1939 - 1945 WORLD WAR/ Years at School Years at School/ [names]/ "They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old,/ Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn./ At the going down of the sun and in the morning/ WE WILL REMEMBER THEM"

Kenneth Bachelor 12.9.29 - 16.7.35 Hubert R. McLean 14.2.29-18.12.31/ Ronald Binks 11.9.34 - 22.7.38 Francis Millward 14.9.32 - 25.7.36/ Stephen H. Briddon 12.9.31-22.7.33 Thomas R. Mowatt 11.9.34 - 22.7.38/ Colin W. E. Broomhead 16.9.27 - 24.7.31 Frederick J. Owens 12.9.33 - 23.12.36/ Donald Derbyshire 13.9.28 - 23.7.32 Herbert H. Pearson 3.3.32 - 26.7.35/ Henry Derbyshire 17.9.24 - 22.7.29 Herbert Ricketts 11.9.30 - 21.12.34/ Cyril R Edmonds 14.9.32 - 22.12.37 Godfrey T. Slater 11.9.34 - 27.1.41/ Leslie Glasspool 19.4.32 - 18.11.37 Malcolm Thompson 19.4.32 - 20.12.35/ Herbert Grimshaw 22.4.26 - 23.7.28 Cyril Watts 21.9.31 - 20.12.35/ Francis J. Kennedy 5.1.32 - 22.7.38 Ralph N. Wherrett 15.9.26 - 27.3.33/ Frank S. King 14.9.25 - 22.7.29 Brian H. Wildgoose 14.9.32 - 29.11.37

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