War Memorial

The memorial is located in the north aisle of St Michael and All Angels,

There is a book of rememberance by the memorial with detail of each person and of those buried in our churchyard.
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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


2016 Christmas Tree Festival "Silent Night - 1914 Christmas Truce"

photos by Ian Webb

 

COMMONWEALTH  WAR  GRAVES

The church has a plaque on the entrance wall from the Commonwealth War Graves Commision indicating that the graveyard contains memorials to those who died in World War 1 or 2. You can find more about the particular details for 6 individuals entered on the CWGC site by following this link.  ---------- 
 Alvaston graveyard memorial.


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