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W.W.1. Memorial


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Conflict Commemorated:Great War

Address:St Andrew


Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Materials Used:Alabaster; Marble

Description:A memorial tablet at the west end of the north wall of the nave of the Parish Church of Denton, in memory of the parishioners who lost their lives in the Great War. The said tablet is of Ancaster Stone, Alabaster and stationary marble and about four feet by about three feet six inches,with an inscription.

Inscription:BRUMBLEY George [Edwin] [Edward] COOK George COURTMAN H / Henry CURTIS Alfred CURTIS W R / William Roy DOUGHTY C W / Cecil William GROCOCK F / Frederick GROCOCK T / Thomas HACK S / Sidney HAWLEY A / Arthur HAWLEY Samuel ISAACS Arthur ISAACS Ernest William JOHNSON Mountna MANNING Gerald Henry MARTIN Walter ROSE Henry SMITH John Henry SMITH Walter SPRIDGEN Thomas WASS Horace Herbert WELBY Richard William Gregory WING Alick WINN Walter

Transcription:"To the Glory of God and in memory of the men of Denton (here follows twenty four names) "Who gave their lives in the Great War 1914 1919"

Notes:The memorial was unveiled by Sir Charles Welby at the beginning of April 1921

Sources Used:Faculty Book 14, page 139. Grantham Journal, April 2, 1921.

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