War Memorial, Marsden

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Details

  • location: Marsden Park (below Carrs Road), Marsden
  • status: still exists
  • category: war memorial

Inscriptions

Courtesy of Kirklees Museums & Galleries.

In Honour of
those who fought
in sympathy with
those who suffered
and in Remembrance of
those who fell in the
Great War
1914-1918
In Proud and
Thankful Memory of
the men of Marsden
who fell in the
Great War
1914–1918

Rest Eternal
Grant them Lord
First World War
Second World War
G. Addy
J. L. Armitage
T. Armitage
E. Bagley
H. Ball
J. Bateson
G. B. Bulmer
E. Button
G. Dodson
K. J. Dransfield
F. Dolan
M. Durn
F. France
H. R. Haigh
R. Hall
K. Hinchliffe
W. Hinchliffe
A. Lindley
F. H. Livesey
A. Matthew
F. May
H. Mee
R. Muskett
A. Naylor
L. Norman
C. Roebuck
R. Schofield
N. A. Sheard
L. Smith
J. H. Spence
K. Wellings
M. L. Wilson
R. Wilde
E. Wolfenden

Gallery

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Notes and References

  1. Service number 53380. Son of William and Martha Buckley. Lived at 27 Plains Terrace, Marsden, in 1917. CWGC.
  2. Possibly Charles Horn (1892-1918).
  3. Arthur Edward Porter? Service number C/7939. Born London. Worked at Bank Bottom Mills, Marsden. Died from wounds on 7 August 1918. CWGC.
  4. Possibly Samuel Sharp (c.1895-1918) who lived in the Colne Valley although no specific link to Marsden was found during research.

War Memorial, Marsden

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This page was last modified on 13 November 2019 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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