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Wath upon Dearne parish:

Wath upon Dearne, War Memorial transcription:

The 1939-1945 War Memorial at All Saints, Wath upon Dearne.

The Memorial Plaque behind the Memorial:

In proud and ever living memory of those
who gave their lives in the World War
1939 - 1945

Ashley, Harry Bradley Buckley, Jack Kenneth Humphreys, Cyril Baxter, John Lawrence
Ballans, Harry Burkinshaw, Charles Leonard Ingman, Albert Fawley Beaumont, Arthur
Barker, Kenneth Dudley Cadman, George Edward McEvoy, Harold Hanley, Reginald Kerin
Carnill, Ronald Carr, Cecil Lambert, Howard Slater Hargreaves, Bernard James
Dove, Albert Catling, Frederick Needham, David Dalton Harvey, William
Frost, Mark Leslie Chapman, Ernest Pearson, Jim Hart, Frank
Galloway, John Chapman, John Parsons, Douglas Hollings, Harry Reginald
Hartley, Stanley Cooper, Frank Pike, Edgar James Kendal, Kenneth
Haslam, Jack Edwards, John Dunstan Pearce, Joseph Lyons, Thomas Leo
Hill, Roy Griffiths, Samuel Richard Rawlinson, Bruce Myers, Thomas Herbert
Holman, Harold Hancock, Harry Rawlinson, Walter Peploe, Frank
Law, Douglas Harding, Bernard Shepherd, Eva Jane Picton, Jack
Sands, Thomas Stanley Hargreaves, Frederick Smeltar Sickler, Kenneth Rawson, George Edward
Tingle, Frank Harper, Holly Ashton Turton, William Stamper, Percy
Wake, Fred Hewitt, Ronald Waterhouse, Thomas  
Wilson, Douglas Hinchcliff, Patrick Wroot, William Richard  
Wilson, Roland Howarth, Percy    
Wilson, Ronald      

Data transcribed by
Haydn Scott and Colin Hinson
from photography by Colin Hinson