Church of the Holy Ascension- Book of Remembrance

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Reference WMO/295632


Church of the Holy Ascension

Church Street


BD24 9JA


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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
  • Glass Glass
  • Other Other
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Book of Remembrance, in a red leather binding. It is in a glass fronted wall mounted wooden box (which is normally kept locked) which is adjacent to the WW1 and WW2 plaques- WMO/154710 and 154712 respectively
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Front Cover-ROLL OF HONOUR/REST ETERNAL /GRANT THEM O LORD/AND LET LIGHT PERPETUAL/SHINE UPON THEM; Pages 1 to 4- [WW1 names]; Page 5-Also in the World War/1939-1945; Pages 6 and 7- [WW2 names]

WW1- Page 1- Bullock, Harry/ Clark, Herbert/ Cokell, John/ Cracknell, David Herbert J/ Creighton, George/ Dickinson, Ernest/ Ellershaw, Edward/ Foster, Ernest/ Frost, Frederick/ Goss, Harold; Page 2- Gower, Alfred/ Hallmark, Charles Henry/ Halper, Frank/ Hodgson, Harold/ Hodgson, John/ Hodgson, Peter/ Jones, Robert Francis/ Monk, Richard/ Millen, George Robert/ Morphet, John Middleton; Page 3- Packard, John/ Parker, James/ Peachey, Charles/ Preston, Thomas Howarth/ Procter, Sidney James/ Ralph, Albert/ Thwaites, John Frances/ Tomlinson, Robert/ Troughton, William/ Turner, George Edward; Page 4- Walton, Harry Marsden/ Whiteley, Wilfred Wilkinson/ Wilson, John Edward/ Wooff, Ernest Thorpe/ Wooff, Robert John// Procter, Doris Jane (V.A.D. Nurse) WW2- Page 6- Bentham, Alan/ Brown, William/ Charlesworth, Rachel H/ Day, Wilfred R/ Irvine, Robert H/ Kendall, Harry/ Marshall, Richard/ Moorby, Jack/ Morphet, Stanley/ Percy, George; Page 7- Pullon, John F/ Ralph, Bernard/ Webb, George A/ West, Brian/ Wilson, Arthur/ Killed in this/District/ Hainey H W P [Oregon]/ Rhodes C I [Indiana]

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