War Memorial, Armitage Bridge

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Details

  • location: against the southern side of St. Paul's Church, Armitage Bridge
  • status: still exists
  • category: war memorial
  • UK National Inventory of War Memorials: #26126

The memorial is notable for including staff nurse Ada Stanley who was the only Huddersfield woman to die on active service during the First World War.

Inscriptions

Grant them O Lord eternal rest and may the light perpetual shine on them
First World War
Second World War
H. Fox
J. Hewitt
A. Lockwood
J. Lockwood
J. Sykes
E. Taylor
F.R. Woodcock
R. Dyson

Location

Links

  • Possibly Irwin Archibald Stocks (1898-1918), whose father Hamor is known to have resided in the Berry Brow area.
  • War Memorial, Armitage Bridge

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    This page was last modified on 24 August 2019 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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