War Memorial

Imaga of Alvaston Parish First world War MemorialThe memorial is located in the north aisle of Alvaston Parish Church

There is a book of rememberance by the memorial with detail of each person and of those buried in our churchyard.
IN PROUD MEMORY OF THE MEN OF ALVASTON WHO MADE
THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1919

Bird D Fearn W J Morris H A
Bird T Foster S Morris W
Birkett T E Green G V Paton T H M
Boden S Hallsworth T E. Poxon W
Boot E Hanson W E Rogers H
Brooks A Harrison J Shaw A
Buckley D Hartshorne A Sherwin S
Bull G H Harvey W H Simms D
Burnett W Holmes W Smith N A
Callis A L Jones J Spencer J W
Chadwick G A. Jones W Stafford E
Chapman W Keetch W Stone W
Chapman C E Laws P Tipping E
Cheetham S Litchfield P J Tomlinson S
Cole H Lowndes W White E
Cudworth W Modish F Whitehouse W.
Dolman T Mogg S Williamson T
Fearn F Morris H Wright W

Also, Hudson H L
 

1939-1945

Birch S
Duckworth R
Ryde L
Smith F M

photos by Ian Webb

 

COMMONWEALTH  WAR  GRAVES

Thre is a plaque on the entrance wall from the Commonwealth War Graves Commision indicating that the churchyard contains memorials to those who died in World War 1 and 2. You can find more about the particular details for 6 individuals entered on the CWGC site here Alvaston Churchyard memorials.


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