Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, South Crosland

The following Roll of Honour for those who died in both World Wars is situated in Holy Trinity Church, South Crosland.

The main plaque was unveiled on 7 May 1921 by Lt. Col. Sir George Armitage CMG DSO.

First World War

Philip John Booth

In ever loving memory of
PHILIP JOHN BOOTH, M.C.
Lieut. 2nd R. Scots Jus. only son of
James John and Alice Eliz. Booth
of this Parish
who died on active service at
Constantinople March 2nd 1920
Aged 23

In the Great War he fought with the 2nd Scottish
Rifles (acting Captain) and was taken prisoner in
the German Advance March 1918.

Locations

The following map shows locations linked to those named on the memorial:

Links

Notes and References

  1. This may have been Giles Sykes (1877-1920) who was recorded living at Crosland Factory and Woodbottom in the census returns.
  2. Likely Private Albert Winterbottom (#308176) who served with the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) and died 30 August 1918. This was probably Albert Winterbottom of Midhopestones who was living at Upper Cote Farm, Meltham, at the time of the 1911 Census.