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Memorials - Page 8

Lest We Forget

Cardiff Bay

 


Muirkirk

Erected In Memory Of The Men And Boys Who Lost Their Lives in The Muirkirk Mines



MAPPERLEY COLLIERIES
West Hallam, Derbyshire

ROLL OF HONOUR OF THOSE WHO HAVE GIVEN
THEIR LIVES FOR KING AND COUNTRY IN
THE-GREAT-WAR 1914 – 1919

James Adcock
Alfred Antcliffe
George Athorn
Arthur Attenborough
Fred Attenborough
Thomas Attenborough
James Aram
Duncan Hamilton Blunt
Albert Chapman
Montmorency B. Checkland
George Clare
Arthur Clarke
Daniel Clark
William Cope
Sydney Daniell
Thomas Davis
Frank Daws
C. Eccleshare
Richard Elliott
William Lewis Evans
Edward Fake
Arthur Fletcher
Joseph Foulks
Robert Froggatt
Harry Fowers
John George Green
Thomas Green
James Hanson
Walter Hall
Roland Hazell
William Hazlewood
Harold Horsley
John G. Hardwick

William Hiorns
Fred W. Hodgkiss
Harry Kirkham
Frederick Keates
J. Knight
David Males
Albert Edward Marshall
Thomas Marshall
George Ridgard Mee
Mark Mee
Britus Martin
Luther Martin
Clifford Miller
Archie Moore
Percy Mosley
Wilfred Moss
Henry Newton
Archie Page
Sam Peach
W.A. Place
Albert Potter
C.E. Radford
Thomas Robinson
George Sands
Arthur Smith
William Smith
Fred Taylor
Wilfred Taylor
John Thurman
Cyril Toplis
James Weston
William H. Whitney
George Wilson

I expect to pass through this world but once. If therefore there
Is any good thing that I can do, or any kindness I can show my
fellow-men Let Me Do It Now. Let me not defer, nor neglect it for
I shall not pass this way again


Stanley Site
West Hallam, Derbyshire

Stanley-Site

Thanks to Roy Foulkes for the photo


Photo from Wikipedia
Glasshoughton is a neighbourhood of Castleford in West Yorkshire, England, that borders on Pontefract.

For most of the nineteenth century Glasshoughton was a separate village with an economic, social and religious life of its own. In 1869 the Merefield Colliery was sunk. Merefield later became the Glasshoughton Colliery. Fryston Colliery followed in the early 1870's and Fryston village was built to house the miners in 1890. Glasshoughton closed in 1986.

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