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Mapperley - War Memorial Woodthorpe Drive & Plains Rd

Photo taken by Peter Gillings

UKNIWM Ref - 69946

The memorial, which was erected shortly after the war, is Grade ll listed. It is at the junction of Woodthorpe Drive/Mapperley Plains and is just inside the boundary of Gedling Borough Council. Nottingham Evening Post, 17 December 1920: ‘Mapperley War Memorial. Stone Monument to be Erected. At a meeting of the residents of Mapperley held last evening in St Jude’s Parish Room, under the presidency of Mr S Pearson, the scheme or the erection of a war memorial to the fallen was advanced another stage. It was decided it should take the form of a stone monument, and a small sub-committee was appointed with instructions to negotiate for the acquisition of a site at the corner of Scout-lane. This scheme is entirely separate from that proposed in connection with St Jude’s Church, which provides for the completion of the south aisle and the erection of a memorial tablet.’ (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk). The British Listed Buildings website describes the memorial as follows: 'War memorial with enclosing wall and railing. c1918, restored c1990. Portland stone. Tapered round shaft with 4 tall buttresses, topped with a crocketed pinnacle. Octagonal pedestal with bronze plaques. The memorial is set in Portland stone paving. Octagonal boundary wall, rock-faced Bulwell stone with rounded coping, 2 cast-iron gates, and 4 lengths of cast-iron railing.' The memorial was paid for by public subscription. The dedication reads, 'Erected by voluntary subscription in memory of those who fell in the Great War 1914-1919. Remember with thanksgiving the true and faithful men who in these years of war went forth from this parish for God and right. The names of those who returned not again are here inscribed to be honoured for evermore.'

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

G Aked - George Aked

A Allen - A Allen

SD Appleby - Sidney Derrick Appleby

S Armitage - Stanley Wilson Armitage

WB Bamkin - William Bishop Bamkin

G Barber - George Barber

HR Barrett - Henry Richard Barratt

JE Barsby - John Edward Barsby

JH Beeby - JH Beeby

T Birkin - Thomas Reginald Chetwynd Birkin

WJ Board - William John Board

A Boulter - Archibald Boulter

W Bradshaw - William Bradshaw

WC Brown - William Charles Brown

JW Cane - John William Cane

A Clark - Andrew Shelton Clark

E Cook - E Cook

E Cousins - Eric Cyril Cousins

A Cox - Alfred Cox

R Crane - Ralph Fillingham Crane

C Curran - Charles Henry Curran

J Doubleday - James Doubleday

TW Drew - TW Drew

SD Durose - Sydney Truman Durose

G Ecob - George William Ecob

AS Eite - Alfred Stanley Eite

F Fewkes - Frederick Hebert Fewkes

H Foster - Harold Foster

G Goodall - George Percy Goodall

AE Guyatt - Alfred Edward Guyatt

G Hammond - George John Hammond

H Hammond - Herbert Nelson Hammond

R Harrison - Reginald Thomas Harrison

G Hemsley - George Hemsley

F Henley - Frederick Robert Henley

W Hensman - Walter George Hensman

T Holroyd - Thomas Holroyd

F Ingall - Frederick Ingall

R Ingall - Richard Ingall

E Jackson - E Jackson

H Jefford - Harry Jefford

P Johnson - Phillip Norman Johnson

G Kelland - G Kelland

C Langford - Charles Langford

C Lear - Cecil Charles Lear

E Linnell - Eric Linnell

F Makin - Franklin Buxton Makin

H Marshall - Harold Marshall

C Matthews - Charles Frederick Matthews

E Matthews - Edwin Matthews

J May - Jack May

D McClure - David McClure

SH Moore - Hugh Stirling Moore

E Morley - Ernest Morley

AE Oddey - Alfred Edward Oddy

EE Parrott - Ernest Edward Parrott

W Pugsley - William Arthur Pugsley

L Rhodes - L Rhodes

O Rhodes - O Rhodes

F Ritchie - F Ritchie

LW Rockley - William Lisle Rockley

G Rose - George Rose

G Ruffles - George Henry Ruffles

C Scott - Cecil Ewart Scott

EC Selby - Ernest Cecil Selby

W Shore - William Shore

E Sissons - E Sissons

W Smalley - William Miles Smalley

J Taylor - J Taylor

B Truman - Bernard Truman

J Waddingham - John Waddingham

G West - George Henry West

S West - Sydney West

H Wharmby - Harold Arthur Wharmby

CW Wiles - Charles William Wiles

A Wiltshire - Arthur Wiltshire

SP Winfield - Stanley Percy Winfield

H Wolfe - Harold Wolfe

B Wolvin - John Bernard Wolvin

W Wood - William Wood

WM Wood - WM Wood

J Woodcock - J Woodcock

OR Woods - Robert Oliver Woods

H Woolley - Henry Alexander Woolley

C Worvil - Charles Worvill

A Yeomans - Alfred Yeomans

Photos
  • Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Mapperley memorial - Woodthorpe Drive & Plains Road - Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • Remembering those from the First World War who fell 
Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Mapperley - war memorial Woodthorpe Drive & Plains Rd - Remembering those from the First World War who fell Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • First World War names of the fallen A - G 

Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Mapperley - war memorial Woodthorpe Drive & Plains Rd - First World War names of the fallen A - G Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • First World War names of the fallen G - P 

Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Mapperley - war memorial Woodthorpe Drive & Plains Rd - First World War names of the fallen G - P Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • First World War names of the fallen R - W 

Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Mapperley - war memorial Woodthorpe Drive & Plains Rd - First World War names of the fallen R - W Photo taken by Peter Gillings