Oughtibridge Mill

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Reference WMO/296233


Main Road /Aspen Rd

Wharncliffe Side



S35 0DN


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Metal (any)
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Within the grounds of what was Dixons Paper Mill
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Bradfield Civil Parish remembers those who called this place home and whose lives were lost to war. Here inscribed are the names of people from Oughtibridge, Stannington, Worrall, Loxley and Wharncliffe Side who served and died in the First and Second World Wars.

WW1. Arnold Armitage, Edwin Ashton, George Ballard, John Barrett, Ernest Beachell, Benjamin Beard, Joseph Beard, Kenneth Savile Bedford, Seaton Hall Bedford, Horace Bellairs, John William Blakely, Albert Bohana, Gordon Bower, Private C.Bowers, Ernest Bramhall, Arthur W.Brown, Archibald Buckley, Henry Buckley, John William Buckley, Colin Vernon Bunting, Audsley Ralph Carter, Arnold Charlesworth, Private R.H.Cracknell, Charles Crapper, Thomas Allen crapper, Jack Crossland, William A. Crossland, Ernest Crawshaw, Joshua Dean, John dolman, John Joseph Dyson, George Godfrey Earnshaw, William Henry Earnshaw, Albert Elliott, Charles Eyre, William Eyre, John William Fisher, Charles Fletcher, George Henry Goodison, Joseph Goodison, Sydney Goodison, Ernest Grayson, Ewart Grayson, Benjamin Green,Clifford Gregory, Charles Grist, Edward Guite, Willie Hall, Frederick Hammond, Walter Hancock, George Lawrence Hardman, Austin Harper, Thomas Harper, Lance Corporal F.Harrison, Bombardier H.Harrison, Percy Heath, George Helliwell, Alfred Hickinson, Walter Hicks (Kicks), Walter Hinchcliffe, William Hirst, Joseph Hopkins, Sidney Horsfield, William Horsfield, Willis Horsfield, Alwyn Ibbotson, Henry Ibbotson, Harold Jackson, Abraham Benjamin Jackson, William Henry Jackson, Oliver Kenyon, John Lamb, John Lambert, Harry Lawson, Cyril Laycock, Enoch Laycock, Owen Leach, John H.Leake, Alec Attwood Leather, Arnold Lutterell, Albert Gerkin Marriott, Ambrose William Marsden, William Marshall, Horace Micklethwaite, James Minnis, Robert Mitchell, William Moore, Allen Morris, John William Nettleton, Archibald Oliver, Willis Parker, James Piddington, Herbert George Pond, John Clifford Priestley, John Revill, Frank Rhodes, Thomas Rhodes, Thomas Woods Rhodes, William Henry Rhodes, Thomas Henry Rimmington, George F.Robins, Charles H Rustling, Alfred Sanderson, Frank Sanderson, Lawrence Sanderson, Wilfred Ewart Sanderson, Willie Sanderson, Ernest Scott (Swift), Private G.Shaw, Isaac Simpson, Edgar Smalley, Charles Willie Snell, William Henry Stanmore, George Statford, Lance Corporal H.Swift, John Tattersall, George Taylor, Frank Thorpe, Harry Thorpe, Herbert Tonks, John Wistow Towers, Charles Rippon Trivett, Alfred twigs, Arnold Vickers, Charles Gouldthorpe Vickers, Ernest Vickers, Herbert Vickers, Arthur Walker, Bernard Walker, Private G Walker, Seth Walton, Andrew Waterton, Charles Elis Wild, John Walter Wildgoose, Aaron Wilson, Arthur Wingfield, Bernard Wood, James Wood, Booth Woolhouse, Fred Wordsworth, Fred Wragg, Fred Dearden Wright, Archie Yeomans. WW2. George Henry Ambler, Walter Ashton, Clarence Bertram Barrett, Ralph Lawton Barrow, Doreen Frances Belk, Harold Biggin, Paul Birch, Frank Ellison Birks, Edwin Booth, Gladys Wendy Bradwell, Cedric W.Broad, Eric Brook, Reginald Stanley Brooker, Arthur Bush, John Edward Byrne, Frederck Chapman, Eric Charlesworth, Horace Clarke, Ronald Collier, Leonard Gurshone Couldwell, Harry Cunningham, Douglas Dawson, John E.Dronfield, William Aubrey Earnshaw, Ronald Eggenton, Geoffrey Thomas Ellis, George Evans, John Thomas Farrelly, Desmond Fretwell, John Lambert Gardner, Frank Foster Hallam, Walter Thomas Hallam, Thomas Hayward, Bernard Hemmings, George William Hirst, Harold Hopkinson, Maurice Howard, William Howson, Marguerite Hester Hudson, Douglas Hydes, William Joseph Jaques, Abdul Jehela, William Joyce, Ellen Kay, John Alfred King, Eric Lax, Harry Leeks, Douglas Hedley Lees, William Leonard, Leslie Lyons, Colin Mason, James William McNee, Norman Franklin Cyril Millward, George E.Morris, Bernard Nichols, James Nichols, Alec Webster Oates, David Spencer Oliver, Henry Edward Shaw Outram, Stanley Parkin, Franks Crooks Pepper, Patrick & Roger Thomas Priestley, Horace Redfearn, William Revitt, Charles Vincent Rodgers, John William Shaw, Andrew Arthur Sanderson, Steven Rivington Skerrit, Roy Spencer, Henry Peter Steel, Arthur Telford, Walter Benjamin Thorne, Joseph Wainwright, Nelson Donald Webster, Arthur Whitaker, Victor Sinclair Willis, Cyril Eustace Wilson, James Reginald Wilson, Rex Wilson, Thomas Walter Wilson, Edwin Wood, Ronald D.Wood, Gladys Woodhouse, Herbert Woodhouse, Thomas Woodhouse.

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