War Memorial, St. Andrew's Church, Thongsbridge

The following memorial to those who died in both World Wars was situated in the former St. Andrew's Mission Church, Thongsbridge.

It is uncertain if it was removed prior to the church being converted into residential use.

First World War

To the Glory of God

and in proud and
Glorious memory of
the under mentioned
who were connected
with this Church &
School who gave their
lives for England in
the Great War 1914 – 1919

Pte. G. H. Bradley — Killed 23rd Sept. 1918

Pte. G. Bray — Died 14th Feb. 1919

Pte. H. Heeley — Killed 25th Sept. 1916

Pte. A. Heeley — Died 12th June 1917

Pte. G. Kaye — Killed 23rd Sept. 1917

Pte. E. Smith — Killed 12th Oct. 1916

Pte. J. A. Senior — Missing 12th–18th April 1918

Pte. J. Worsley — Killed 28th Sept. 1915

Second World War

To the Glory of God

and in proud and
Glorious memory of
the under mentioned
who were connected
with this Church &
School who gave their
lives for England in
the World War 1939–45

Gdsman. D. A. Barret[1] — Killed April 29th 1943

Cpl. G. Battye[2] — Killed Nov 7th 1944

P.O. D. Batley[3] — Killed Aug 3rd 1941

Pte. J. E. Ellis[4] — Killed Aug 7th 1944

Drv. R. Holdroyd[5] — Died Jan 5th 1940

Pte. L. Maw[6] — Killed June 6th 1944

Cpl. J. Ritchie[7] — Died July 30th 1945

Pte. W. Whitmore[8] — Died Dec 8th 1943

Locations

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

Links

Notes and References