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Parish memorial. Photograph Rachel Farrand

UKNIWM Ref - 27420

Double gates to churchyard with a Cross of Sacrifice centre and stone tablets inscribed with names either side of the gates on the churchyard side. The parish memorial is on the reverse of the City and County War Memorial which lists the number of dead from each parish in the city and county. The City and County War Memorial is Grade ll Listed. The stone for the City and County memorial was laid on 2 March 1922 by the Worshipful Mayor of Nottingham, Mr Councillor Berryman and was unveiled the following month on 20 April 1922 by Viscount Galway CB (chairman, Nottinghamshire County Council) and dedicated by the Bishop of Southwell. The parish memorial is presumed to have been dedicated at the same time. Information about the dedication ceremonies is held in Nottinghamshire Archives (Ref PR28,878/28). The parish memorial (including the City and County Memorial on the reverse of the gates) was restored in 2008 and the City and County memorial again in 2017. See also 'Nottingham - St Mary (Roll of Honour)'. Photograph Rachel Farrand

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

Charles Bakewell - Charles William Bakewell

Spencer Baldry - Spencer Baldry

Catherine Ball - Catherine Ball

Horace Ball - Horace Ball

Ernest Barby - Ernest Barby

Arthur William Barton - Arthur William Barton

Albert Owen Benson - Albert Owen Benson

Thomas Stanley Chetwynd Birkin - Thomas Reginald Chetwynd Birkin

Arthur Brady - Arthur Brady

Charles Brett - Charles Brett

George Brockley - George Thomas Brockley

EW Brotherhood - Ernest William Brotherhood

Charles Bryan - Charles Bryan

Albert Buck - Albert Buck

Charles F Carr - Charles Frederick Carr

George Chamberlain - George William Chamberlain

Edward Clarke - Edward Clarke

Edward Clarke - Edward Clarke

Samuel Edward Clarke - Samuel Edward Clarke [Clark]

Joseph Clements - Joseph Clements

Ernest Cooper - Ernest Cooper

Frederick Cooper - Frederick George Cooper

Alexander W Daniel - Alexander William Daniel

Wiliam Henry Drewry - William Henry Drewry

Henry Durose - Henry Durose

Ernest Dykes - Ernest Dykes

Thomas Ellis - John Thomas Ellis

Thomas French - Thomas French

C Gibson - C Gibson

Reginald H Grundy - Reginald Horace Grundy

George Robinson Gunn - George Robinson Gunn

Cornelius Hallam - Cornelius Hallam

JA Hallam - James Arthur Hallam

JW Hart - John William Hart

W Hazard - William Hazard

FH Higgs - Fred H. Higgs

C Hodgkinson - Cyril Hodgkinson

AW Holland - Arthur William Holland

HC Holmes - Henry Cecil Holmes

HR Hubble - Harry Ronald Hubble

CE Huddleston - Charles Edward Huddleston

B Johnson - Bernard Johnson

ED Jones - Ernest D. Jones

L Jones - Leonard Jones

George Judd - George Judd Johnson

W Judge - Wallace Staines Judge

T Keeton - Thomas Keeton

W Kirk - William Kirk

W Lang - William John Lang

JT Laws - John Thomas Law

P Laws - Philip Umfreville Laws

GF Leverton - George Frederick Leverton

W Lewis - William Lewis

SEF Locker - Stephen Ewart Foster Locker

F Marsham - F Marsham

John Edward Meadows - John Edward Meadows

J Meadows - Joshua Meadows

W Morded - W Morded

W Murden - William Murden

WH Newman - William Henry Newman

S Newton - Samuel Newton

J Parr - John Parr

A Pearce - Arthur Pearce

W Perth - William Perth

GR Pinder - George Raymond Pinder

T Pinder - Thomas Pinder

FT Potts - Frederick Thomas Potts

FW Roberts - Frederick W. Roberts

JW Roberts - John William Roberts

George Roberts - George Roberts

JW Sampson - James William Sampson

TW Sanderson - Thomas Henry Sanderson

H Savage - Henry Savage

H Savage - Herbert Savage

J Scragg - Joseph Scragg

H Searson - Harold William Searson

Henry Seymour - Henry Seymour

A Shepherd - Alfred Shepherd

C Shepherd - Charles Matthew Shepherd

F Simpson - Frederick Lawrence Simpson

O Smith - Owen Smith

TE Smith - Thomas E. Smith

J Spinks - Jesse Watts Spinks

L Stephen - Lewis Stephen

AW Swain - Arthur William Swain

S Taylor - Samuel Taylor

H Thompson - Harry Thompson

S Thompson - Samuel Thompson

RS Turner - Reginald Stanley Turner

G Tutin - George Tutin

W Walker - William Walker

H Wethall - H. Wethall

F Wheelhouse - Frederick Wheelhouse

EH Widdowson - Ewart Herbert Widdowson

JR Wilmot - John Richard Wilmot

F Wilson - Frank Wilson

JR Wing - John Henry Wing

George Edward Wright - George Edward Wright

A Yeomans - Alfred Yeomans

R Young - Rowland Young

Photos
  • Names A-K. Photograph Rachel Farrand
    Nottingham St Mary - Names A-K. Photograph Rachel Farrand
  • Names L-Y. Photograph Rachel Farrand
    Nottingham St Mary - Names L-Y. Photograph Rachel Farrand
  • Parish memorial. Photograph Rachel Farrand
    Nottingham - St Mary - Parish memorial. Photograph Rachel Farrand
  • WMA27409.  The memorial to the South Notts Hussars is on the north wall of the Chancel.  This photograph shows the dedication which reads, 'In memory of the Officers, NCSOs and Men of the South Notts Hussars who fell in the Great War 1914-1918.  Egypt. Gallipoli. Macedonia. Palestine. France.'  Photograph Rachel Farrand (February 2014).
    South Notts Hussars - WMA27409. The memorial to the South Notts Hussars is on the north wall of the Chancel. This photograph shows the dedication which reads, 'In memory of the Officers, NCSOs and Men of the South Notts Hussars who fell in the Great War 1914-1918. Egypt. Gallipoli. Macedonia. Palestine. France.' Photograph Rachel Farrand (February 2014).
  • The memorial is on the north wall of the chancel and was unveiled the afternoon of Sunday 26 February 1922.  The memorial was unveiled by Lt. Col. CA Calvert CO (commanding officer 1916-1918) and dedicated by the Bishop of Southwell.  The address was given by Rev Canon Field DD, vicar of St Mary's, and the Roll of Honour read by the honorary colonel, Col. Sir Lancelot Rolleston KGB DSO. A copy of the details for the order of service is held in the Nottinghamshire Archives (Ref PR 28,878/27).  The tablet immediately below the Great War memorial is to those who died in the Second World War: 'This tablet commemorates with pride and love those Officers and Men of The South Notts Hussars who gave their lives for their King and Country in the War of 1939-1945 (6 names).'  A separate tablet adjacent to the memorial is dedicated to the 150th Regiment The South Notts Hussars Royal Horse Artillery who died in the Second World War. Photograph Rachel Farrand (February 2014).
    South Notts Hussars - WMA 27409 - The memorial is on the north wall of the chancel and was unveiled the afternoon of Sunday 26 February 1922. The memorial was unveiled by Lt. Col. CA Calvert CO (commanding officer 1916-1918) and dedicated by the Bishop of Southwell. The address was given by Rev Canon Field DD, vicar of St Mary's, and the Roll of Honour read by the honorary colonel, Col. Sir Lancelot Rolleston KGB DSO. A copy of the details for the order of service is held in the Nottinghamshire Archives (Ref PR 28,878/27). The tablet immediately below the Great War memorial is to those who died in the Second World War: 'This tablet commemorates with pride and love those Officers and Men of The South Notts Hussars who gave their lives for their King and Country in the War of 1939-1945 (6 names).' A separate tablet adjacent to the memorial is dedicated to the 150th Regiment The South Notts Hussars Royal Horse Artillery who died in the Second World War. Photograph Rachel Farrand (February 2014).
  • This tablet immediately below the Great War memorial is to those who died in the Second World War: 'This tablet commemorates with pride and love those Officers and Men of The South Notts Hussars who gave their lives for their King and Country in the War of 1939-1945 (6 names).' Photograph Rachel Farrand (February 2014).
    South Notts Hussars - WMA 27409 - This tablet immediately below the Great War memorial is to those who died in the Second World War: 'This tablet commemorates with pride and love those Officers and Men of The South Notts Hussars who gave their lives for their King and Country in the War of 1939-1945 (6 names).' Photograph Rachel Farrand (February 2014).