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A plaque in Kimberley Parish Hall commemorating boys from the town's British School which formerly stood on the site.

Kimberley British School, Newdigate Street, Kimberley, Nottinghamshire NG16 2NJ. The school was closed in 1946 and later demolished. The memorial was transferred to Kimberley Parish Hall which stands on the site of the former school in Newdigate Street. Dedication: To the memory of Kimberley British School boys who fell in the Great War 1914-1918 (names) Their name liveth for evermore.' The names include H Coe (Herbert Coe), a teacher who enlisted on 2 September 1914 and died of wounds 4 July 1916.

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

H Alford - Henry Alford

JE Bell - John Edward Bell

JE Brown - John Brownj

A Burton - Alfred Burton

G Camplin - George Camplin

F Chambers - Frank Chambers

G Chambers - George Chambers

S Chambers - Sydney Chambers

WS Chambers - William Saxton Chambers

F Clarke - Frederick Henry Clarke

H Coe - Herbert Coe

E Dale - Edgar Dale

A Edwards - Arthur Edwards

JD Ginnever - James Donnelly Ginnever

H Hallam - John Henry Hallam

J Hartshorn - JW Hartshorn

E Hesketh - Edward Hesketh

E Hind - Ernest Hind

A Hudson - Alfred Hudson

C Hurt - Charles Hurt

A Jackson - Albert Jackson

A Kirk - Andrew Kirk

J Lambley - James Sidney Lambley

E Lilley - Ernest Lilley

H Parker - John William Hurst Parker

A Parkes - Amos Norman Parkes

R Pilbeam - Reginald William Edmund Pilbeam

J Rowland - Joseph Harold Rowland

WS Shaw - William Henry Shaw

H Stapleton - Henry Stapleton

H Stirland - Henry Stirland

R Surgay - Richard Surgay

F Taylor - Frank Williamson Taylor

C Towle - Jesse Colin Towle

G Wysall - George Kenneth Wysall

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  • A plaque in Kimberley Parish Hall commemorating boys from the town's British School which formerly stood on the site.
    Photo David Nunn - A plaque in Kimberley Parish Hall commemorating boys from the town's British School which formerly stood on the site.