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- Two cast bronze plaques on a wooden backboard built into a pointed arch niche in the wall of the church. Upper plaque is rectangular with a shallow arch top and portrays a latin cross flanked by warrior saints and trumpeters, with the inscription in raised capital lettering in columns on each side. Lower plaque is a long rectangle with thin plain raised border and inscription in raised capital lettering.
- Upper plaque: TO THE GLORY OF/ GOD AND IN/ LOVING MEMORY OF/ (Names)/ WHO GAVE THEIR/ LIVES FOR US IN THE/ GREAT WAR 1914-1918/ AND IN GRATEFUL RECOGNITION OF THE WORK AND SACRIFICE OF ALL/ THOSE OF THIS PARISH WHO SERVED AND SURVIVED./ THE FULL ROLL OF THOSE WHO SERVED IS PRESERVED ON THE PARISH CHEST Lower plaque: ALSO OF/ (Names)/ CONNECTED WITH THIS PARISH WHOSE NAMES/ APPEAR ON OTHER MEMORIALS Interpretation board: THE WAR MEMORIAL was designed/ and executed by Miss Winser whose/ brother lived at that time at Eastwood/ (the house to the east of the Church)./ Its symbolism is inspired by words/ from "Pilgrims Progress". It records/ the names of 23 parishioners who gave/ their lives in the First World War./ The plinth of local stone added since/ is in memory of the 22 parishioners who died in the Second World War.
- Inscription legible?
- Names on memorial
- Bagshaw, A
Fearn, H S
Fearn, P T
Fletcher, H O
Hasman, J O
Hodgkinson, G C
See details for all 23 names
- First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 23
Served and returned: 0
Exact count: yes
Information shown: Surname, rank, regiment
Order of information: Surname
- First World War (1914-1918)
Measurements: depth 90mm, height 750mm, width 1020mm
Measurements: depth -, height 1100mm, width 1240mm
- Listing information
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- Hathersage WW1 and WW2
- WMO ID: 167258
- Condition: Good [last updated on 18-05-2020]
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- 12 July 1967: Church Listed Grade 1 , Number 81165
- Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
- Other website 81165 www.heritagegateway.org.uk/Gateway/Results_Single.aspx?uid=81165&resourceID=5
- Parish booklet titled : "We Will Remember Them: The roll of the fallen in two world wars, Hathersage, Derbyshire' by the Revd M F H Hulbert, Vicar of Hathersage Detailing each full names, regiments, date of death, place of burial and brief history of families .
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