Updated 03 Oct 2014

WIRKSWORTH Parish Records 1600-1900

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Brassington War Memorial


Hello John
Brassington Parish Church houses a carved stone memorial to the 15 men of Brassington and the surrounding area who fell in the Great War. The list below links the men to the 1901 census data on your website and to the CWGC site. Intermediate recourse to the Ancestry website was necessary to obtain service numbers and regiments for several of the men from Brassington, and hence I'm sure the data is correct. My thanks are due to the Wirksworth Parish team for arranging access to the Brassington church. Please feel free to use on your site.
Best Wishes
David Wardman

Brassington War Memorial

  1. James BANKS1234567890123456 Thiepval 01/07/1916
  2. Joseph Henry ELLIS12345678901 Thiepval 12/10/1916
  3. Frank GOULD1234567890123456 Couin 20/4/1918
  4. William GOULD123456789012345 Thiepval 12/11/1916
  5. Frederick HALL123456789012345 Tyne Cot 23/10/1917
  6. William HALL12345678901234567 Foncquevillers 21/2/1917
  7. Joseph Henry HEATHCOTE12345 Lijssenthoek 11/2/1917
  8. Samuel Robert JOHNSON1234567 Busigny 17/10/1918
  9. Clifford William MELLOR1234567 La Chaudiere 12/4/1917
  10. Samuel MELLOR12345678901234 Ypres 14/10/1915
  11. Alfred REPTON1234567890123456 Warlencourt 14/11/1916
  12. James Richard SLATER123456789 Poziers 21/3/1918
  13. James Richard SPENCER12345678 Bouilly Cross Roads12/6/1918
  14. Thomas SPENCER12345678901234 Habarcq 12/4/1916
  15. George STEVENSON123456789012 Ypres 3/3/1916

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