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Sutton Cum Lound - St Bartholomew's Church

Parishioners memorial showing the names of 14 parishioners who fell during the Great War.
Photo taken by Peter Gillings

UKNIWM Ref - 27089

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

T F Boddy - Thomas Foxton Boddy

W C Bullivant - Cecil Walter Bullivant

H B Cuckson - Harris Bland Cuckson

I Dodsworths - Isaac Dodsworth

E A Edwards - Ernest Albert Edwards

E Ellis - Edward Ellis

J Exton - John Edward Exton

C Hawksley Blackburn - Charles Frederick Hawksley Blackburn

R Hemsworth - Robert Hemsworth

W Hindley - William Hindley

W Potterton - William Potterton

P Townend - Percy Townend

C Whelton - Charles Whelton

J Widdowson - John Allison Dean Widdowson

Photos
  • Parishioners memorial showing the names of 14 parishioners who fell during the Great War.
Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Sutton Cum Lound parishioners memorial St Bartholomews Church - Parishioners memorial showing the names of 14 parishioners who fell during the Great War. Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • Memorial giving details of the 14 men of the parish who died during the Great War was originally in the daughter church at Lound until its closure when it was moved to St Bartholomews.
Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Sutton Cum Lound parishioners memorial - St Bartholomews Church - Memorial giving details of the 14 men of the parish who died during the Great War was originally in the daughter church at Lound until its closure when it was moved to St Bartholomews. Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • Sutton Cum Lound - St Bartholomew's Church -
  • Mr Hawksley-Blackburn's grandfather Charles Frederick was killed 24/2/1918. Two brothers served and returned and are named on this plaque. Frank (1895-1975 regiment unknown) was shell-shocked and spent time in Saxondale Psychiatric Hospital. Dick served with the Northumberland Fusiliers (96476, TR/5/159094) and the RASC (M1411174). Younger brothers, Harry and John, were ineligible for Great War military service.
    Courtesy of John B Hawksley-Blackburn - Mr Hawksley-Blackburn's grandfather Charles Frederick was killed 24/2/1918. Two brothers served and returned and are named on this plaque. Frank (1895-1975 regiment unknown) was shell-shocked and spent time in Saxondale Psychiatric Hospital. Dick served with the Northumberland Fusiliers (96476, TR/5/159094) and the RASC (M1411174). Younger brothers, Harry and John, were ineligible for Great War military service.