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Bleasby & Halloughton Parishes - Bleasby St Mary

Photograph Rachel Farrand (July 2011).

UKNIWM Ref - 27086

St Mary, Bleasby, Nottinghamshire, NG14 7GH. A faculty dated 28 June 1920 gave permission for a memorial cross made of Cornish granite to be erected in St Mary's churchyard. Dedication: 'This monument was erected to the memory of the men of the parishes of Bleasby and Halloughton who gave their lives in the Great war 1914-1919.' There is also a memorial on the outside wall of Bleasby village hall (formerly Bleasby church school) 'to commemorate 'the men of Bleasby and Halloughton parishes who fought in the Great War 1914-1918’. The names do not include the men who are commemorated on the war memorial in St Mary’s churchyard. There is a photograph of the school and the memorial c1920s, in Nottinghamshire Archives, ref CC/ED11/1/7, Bleasby church school (photograph to be uploaded to the Picture the Past website).

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

G W ANDREW - George William Andrew

C E COX - Charles Enos Cox

L E GILL - Leonard Edward Gill

J L JAMES - Jack Leslie James

F MARSH - Frederick Marsh

GH Marsh - George Herbert Marsh

H MILLS - Herbert Mills

H OLIVER - Harold Oliver

H PALMBY - Henry Palmby

T SHEPPERD - Thomas Henry Shephard

WHB Wales - William Henry Brett Wales

Photos
  • Photograph Gary Tranter (March 2012)
    Bleasby & Halloughton Parishes - Photograph Gary Tranter (March 2012)
  • Players of the Bleasby United Football Club, 1905-1906. Photograph courtesy of Ken Ogilvie
    Bleasby United Football Club - Players of the Bleasby United Football Club, 1905-1906. Photograph courtesy of Ken Ogilvie
  • Photograph of the recently cleaned memorial cross in the churchyard of St Mary's Church at Bleasby, It is the intention to have the lettering releaded and two names added. Photograph courtesy of Peter Gillings (2018)
    Bleasby & Halloughton Parishes - Photograph of the recently cleaned memorial cross in the churchyard of St Mary's Church at Bleasby, It is the intention to have the lettering releaded and two names added. Photograph courtesy of Peter Gillings (2018)
  • The building is now the  village  hall.  Memorial to the men of the parish who served.  It does not include the names of those who died and who are commemorated on the memorial in St Mary's churchyard. Photograph Rachel Farrand (August 2010)
    Bleasby Church School - The building is now the village hall. Memorial to the men of the parish who served. It does not include the names of those who died and who are commemorated on the memorial in St Mary's churchyard. Photograph Rachel Farrand (August 2010)
  • Photograph showing the recently cleaned and restored parishes war memorial at St Mary's Churchyard, Bleasby. Courtesy of Peter Gillings (!2th December 2018)
    Bleasby & Halloughton Parishes - Photograph showing the recently cleaned and restored parishes war memorial at St Mary's Churchyard, Bleasby. Courtesy of Peter Gillings (!2th December 2018)
  • Photograph showing two names added to the Bleasby & Halloughton war memorial during 2018.  Courtesy Peter Gillings 12th December 2018
    Bleasby St Mary memorial - Photograph showing two names added to the Bleasby & Halloughton war memorial during 2018. Courtesy Peter Gillings 12th December 2018
  • Photograph Rachel Farrand (July 2011).
    Bleasby St Mary - Photograph Rachel Farrand (July 2011).
  • The building is now the village hall.  Memorial to men of the parish who served; it does not include the names of the men who died and who are comemorated on the war memorial, St Mary's churchyard.  Photograph Rachel Farrand (August 2010)
    Bleasby Church School - The building is now the village hall. Memorial to men of the parish who served; it does not include the names of the men who died and who are comemorated on the war memorial, St Mary's churchyard. Photograph Rachel Farrand (August 2010)
  • Photograph of the school showing war memorial (date unknown). Courtesy of Nottinghamshire Archives.
    Bleasby Church School - Photograph of the school showing war memorial (date unknown). Courtesy of Nottinghamshire Archives.