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Walkeringham - St Mary Magdalene Church

Photo taken by Peter Gillings

UKNIWM Ref - 27105

St Mary Magdalene, Gringley Road, Walkeringham DN10 4HZ. Bronze plaque, 'In sacred memory of the following men of Walkeringham who gave their lives for King and Country in the Great War 1914-1918.' Nottinghamshire Archives, ref PR 25,538, Walkeringham St Mary, ‘Gorham’s Diary’: This document is described as containing information that is not included in other church documents such as PCC minutes. It has been completed in manuscript and covers a lengthy period up to the 1980s. There are few entries relating to the Great War until 1918 when there are details of memorial services for those who fell and also of a thanksgiving service on the signing of the Armistice. The dates of the memorial services and other relevant information has been added to the individual records of those commemorated on the parish war memorial.

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

Reuben Atkinson - Reuben Atkinson

Albert H Brannick - Albert Henry Brannick

David Brannick - David Brannick

Henry Burden - Henry Burden

Ernest Burden - Ernest Burden

Joseph Cave - Joseph Cave

Thomas H Clark - Thomas Henry Clark

John Elliot - John Elliott

Ralph Fox - Ralph Manvers Fox

Walter Graham - Walter Graham

Edward Harrison - Edward Harrison

John W Hill - John William Hill

Thomas Horberry - Thomas Horberry

Henry Lobley - Henry Lobley

Arthur Lockwood - Arthur Lockwood

Francis Middleton - Francis Middleton

William H Nicholson - William Nicholson

Charles W Otter - Charles William Otter

Alfred E Scrafield - Alfred Ernest Scrafield

Samuel Smith - Samuel Smith

Harry Spencer - Harry Spencer

Thomas Styring - Thomas Styring

Ernest Vernon - Ernest Vernon

James Walkenshaw - James Walkenshaw

Henry E Winfield - Henry Winfield

Frank Woodhead - Frank Woodhead

  • Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Walkeringham St Mary Magdalene Church - Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Walkeringham parishioners memorial - Photo taken by Peter Gillings