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Warmfield parish:

Sharlston, War Memorial transcription:

The World War I memorial in the churchyard at Sharlston.


The single inscribed face of the Memorial: (see also Photo)

Sharlston Public
War Memorial
The Great War 1914 - 1918
Passed Into Life

J. Allen J. Gill
R. Allen G. Gray
Wm. Arnold F.T. Hinchliffe
A. Bailey J. Lumb
W. Booth E. Lunn
E. Billingham W. Moore
Elsie Bruce J. Morris
H. Bruce S. Musgrave
A.F. Cairns W. Nicholson
J.E. Cardall J. Priestley
A.E. Cole J.E. Richardson
A. Crabtree J. Sharpe
J. Churm C. Shield
Jas. Crossland J.E. Stocks
F. Devey W. Tunnicliffe
C. Dixon S. Wacer
H.J. Dixon J. Westwood
E. Dodler C. Wilkin
H. Freeman E.J. Jarvis
A. Bailey H. Shaw
F. Bailey W. Shaw

Lest We Forget

The World War 1939 - 1945

R.V. Bell I. Chalkley T. Clark A. McBlain
A.J. Middleton H. Owen W.N. Oxley C. Prentice
T.F. Race R. Roberts J. Southern C. Stephens
F.S. Thompson      


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson