Denby Dale & Cumberworth War Memorial

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Details

  • Situated in the small garden area with access through the public car park on Wakefield Road, Denby Dale.
  • A tall column in the shape of a cross with a hexagonal base.

    The periods commemorated are 1914-1919 and 1939-1945.

Photos

Denby Dale War Memorial
Denby Dale War Memorial

Location by map

The marker Google marker represents the location of the war memorial in Denby Dale & Cumberworth.

Inscriptions

The inscription reads:

The Great War.
1914 to 1919.

In memory of the
Fallen
from Denby &
Cumberworth
Urban District.

They shall grow not old
as we who are left grow old.
Age shall not weary them
nor the years dismay.
At the going down of the
sun and in the morning
we will remember them.

Names and plaques

1914-1919
Plaque LH side


  • Mark Atkin
  • Ralph Armfield
  • Gladston Beever
  • George Clement Boothroyd
  • Frank Eaden Cook
  • Clifford T S. Cunningham
  • Harry Ellis
  • Keble Thomas Evennett
  • Arthur England
  • Jonathan England


1914-1919
Plaque RH side


  • Harry Sheard
  • Willie Schofield
  • Ernest Thackra
  • Willie Wilcock
  • Joseph Womersley
  • Frank Wray
  • John Walshaw
  • Hildred Woodhouse
  • Arthur Williamson
  • Clarence Widdowson
  • John W. Wright


1914-1919
Plaque Front


  • Fred Firth
  • George Edward Gibson
  • Thomas Hodge
  • Ben Howard
  • Willie Heeley
  • Edwin Jackson
  • Charles Edward Jelfs
  • Thompson Lockwood
  • James Moore
  • Stanley Peace
  • C.T. William Rigby
  • Joseph Bottomley Rotherforth
  • Arthur Firth
  • Willie Heeley
  • George N. Hoyland
  • Charles G Hinchliffe
  • Jos. Hirst
  • Herbert Norton Jackson
  • Harry Kaye
  • Tom C. Littlewood
  • James Willie Peace
  • John Pitchfork
  • Archie Roberts


1939-1945


  • Walter G. Alexander
  • Roy Hargrave
  • Alfred Horsley
  • Frank W. Peace
  • Cyril Schofield
  • Gilbert Stringer
  • Newell Ellis
  • John Hirst
  • Donald Mudd
  • John D. Schofield
  • Ivor Shodbrook