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- Memorial type
- Board / Plaque / Tablet
- South Yorkshire
Date: 19 April 1925
Attended by: Colonel Comandant Renny, C.M.C., D.S.O., Bishop of Wakefield, Mayor of Barnsley Councillor G.F. Wood, Town Clerk A.D. Mason, Chief Constable G.H. Butler, Major Rideal D.S.O. commanding Barnsley Detachment of 5th Y&L Regiment
- Not lost
- WM Reference
- A bronze coloured plaque with raised lettering in a broad painted white frame. It commemorates 8,814 men of the York and Lancaster Regiment who fell in WW1.
- TO THE EVERLASTING / HONOUR AND / GLORY OF THE 8,814 OFFICERS / NON-COMMISSIONED /OFFICERS AND MEN / OF THE / YORK & LANCASTER / REGIMENT WHO FELL / IN THE GREAT WAR / 1914 - 1919 //
- Inscription legible?
- Listing information
- This memorial is not currently listed. Find out how to nominate this memorial for inclusion on the National Heritage List for England
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- Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
- Barnsley Chronicle 4 April 1925 Notice of Service to Unveil Memorial on 19th April.
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