Netherthorpe Grammar School WW2
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- Second World War (1939-1945)
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Plaque- IN MEMORY/ OF THOSE OLD STUDENTS OF/ NETHERTHORPE GRAMMAR SCHOOL/ STAVELEY/ WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WAR/ 1939 - 1945; Book- Front Cover- "Went the day well? we died and never knew:/ But well or ill, England, we died for you." ; Front Page-This book, a tribute from students past and present of/ Staveley-Netherthorpe Grammar School, is dedicated/ to the memory of those of a second generation of their/ number whose lives were sacrificed while serving with/ the British Forces from 1939 to 1945.// To us, their contemporaries, they are still living in our/ memories with all their qualities and characteristics./ To the future generation, who may have helped civilization/ to scorn the barbarity of war, they will be names only, but/ we of the present ask them to feel with us sorrow for their/ sacrifice and a gentle pride in belonging to the same community/ which nurtured them.; Title Page-Roll of Honour; Page 1- 1934 1939/ Lewis/ Randall Barber/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 2- 1932 1936/ Dennis Barker/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 3- 1921 1926/ George/ Francis Barlow/ Royal Tank Corps; Page 4- 1932 1934/ Sydney Bramley/ Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve; Page 5- 1926 1930/ Thomas Crehan/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 6- 1929 1933/ Reginald Flood/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 7- 1934 1939/ John/ Gordon Fry/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 8- 1935 1941/ James Arthur/ Edward Gadsby/ Sherwood Foresters; Page 9- 1925 1931/ John Havenhand/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 10- 1926 1933/ Philip Hicken/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 11- 1931 1937/ Harold Huddless/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 12- 1932 1937/ Kenneth Hunter/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 13- 1937 1938/ Ivor/ Armstrong Jervis/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 14- 1932 1939/ Herbert/ Sydney Keeton/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 15- 1922 1926/ Frederick/ James Kerry/ Royal Corps of Signals; Page 16- 1932 1937/ Alan Marsh/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 17- 1932 1940/ John/ Clifford Otter/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 18- 1923 1926/ William/ Grainger Parry/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 19- 1936 1940/ Charles/ Arthur Peel/ South Staffordshire Regiment/ - -/ George Edward/ Mitchley/ Royal Navy; Page 20- 1933 1939/ Arnold/ Edward Pigott/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; Page 21- 1930 1937/ Roger/ Hayden Smith/ Ghurka Rifles: Indian Army; Page 22- 1933 1939/ John/ Victor Stretton/ Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve; Page 23- 1934 1936/ Geoffrey Symonds/ Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve