Derbyshire Constabulary WW1 Roll of Honour- Copy 2

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Reference WMO/295559


Derby Police Museum

41 Friar Gate




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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A framed and glazed roll of honour bearing a badge at the head in a version of the old Derbyshire Constabulary badge comprising a red rose surmounted by a Tudor crown. Below that is a coloured image of a Derbyshire landscape supported by sprays of foliage. At the foot is a ribbon with red and blue edges and bearing the dates. The inscription is in upright capital roman lettering coloured red but now somewhat faded to brown, and the names are in black sentence case roman lettering, arranged in two columns. The varnished frame is of wooden moulding.
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DERBYSHIRE CONSTABULARY/ ROLL OF HONOUR/ Members of the Force who gave their lives for their King & Country/ in the Great War/[names in 2 columns]/ 1914 to 1919

William Astle. George Irwin./ Percy James Bailey. James Jackson./ Walter John Blacker. Benjamin George Jinks./ Michael Boyle. John Robinson Leivers./ Harry Brumby. Myles John Chislett Little./ Richard Bullimore. D.C.M. Walter Meakin./ Arthur Henry Connell. Edgar James Mellon./ Elijah Cooper. Alfred Percy Owen./ Frederick George Dunham. Richard Harvey Pell/ William Alfred Edwards. Frank Reed./ James Elliot. Frederic Harold Shenton./ George Sidney Gough. Leslie John Smith./ Bertram Hall. George Henry Symonds./ John Hancock. Fred Carver Thompson./ George Hooker. Harry Wardle./ Walter Hardy. D.C.M. Henry Maitland Webster./ John William Haynes. Arthur Wilson/ William Henry Wheatcroft.

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