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Chilwell memorial Hall is situated on High Road Chilwell 
built by Mr J H Brough, builder it was opened at a ceremony on Saturday 3rd May 19124.

UKNIWM Ref - 26870

Warm memorial institute with ceramic tile inscription over the door and internal Nowy headed plaque. photo courtesy of Peter Gillings

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

A Adcock - Arthur Adcock

J Adcock - James Adcock

J Adcock - Jesse Adcock

W Aram - William Aram

FW Beard - Fred Whiteley Beard

T Belfield - Thomas Henry Belfield

JC Clarke - John Charles Clarke

JD Crowston - John Daniel Crowston

GW Drinkwater - George William Drinkwater

JL Hudston - John Lomas Hudston

WD Kemp - William Dunstan Kemp

CG Lake - Cecil George Lake

WA Lake - Wiliam Addison Lake

J Lamb - Joseph Lamb

F Metheringham - Fred Metheringham

H Moore - Harry Moore

M Niland - Martin Niland

P Oxley - Percy Oxley

AB Page - Alfred Percival Page

SH Pearson - Stephen Hetley Pearson

CH Rawlings - Charles Rawlings

TS Roadley - Thomas Stanley Roadley

G Roberts - George Roberts

WH Simpson - William Howard Simpson

B Smith - Benjamin Smith

E Smith - Ernest Smith

HH Walton - Harold Henry Walton

H Westby - Harold Westby

HE Whitehead - Harry Esmond Whitehead

AF Worthington - Arthur Frederick Worthington

A Wright - Arthur Wright

Photos
  • Chilwell memorial Hall is situated on High Road Chilwell 
built by Mr J H Brough, builder it was opened at a ceremony on Saturday 3rd May 19124.
    Chilwell Memorial Hall - Chilwell memorial Hall is situated on High Road Chilwell built by Mr J H Brough, builder it was opened at a ceremony on Saturday 3rd May 19124.
  • Photo shows the brass memorial fitted inside the hall to commemorate the men who fell during the 'Great War' Photo Courtesy of Richard English
    Chilwell memorial Hall - Photo shows the brass memorial fitted inside the hall to commemorate the men who fell during the 'Great War' Photo Courtesy of Richard English