The memorials are located inside St. Swithun’s Church, Holbrook Road, Belper

First World War Memorial Window
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First World War Memorial Window, St. Swithun's Church, Belper


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First World War Memorial Board

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First World War Memorial Board, St. Swithun's Church, Belper


Inscription:
IN MEMORIAM
G. H. ALTONA. BUTLERS. A. BELFIELDA. BERESFORDA. CRESSWELLA. FOXJ. GREENA. E. GREENF. GAMBLINJ. W. GAMBLEJ. W. HASLAMW. A. HALLC. HALLG. HANNH. JACKSONH. KNIGHTJ. T. H. LEESC. G. LEESG. MARSHF. MOSLEYT. R. PARKING. A. PARKINS. POWDITCHC. RICEW. RICEC. SPENCERF. SKIDMOREG. WINSONS. WEBSTER
1914 – 1919


Second World War Memorial Plaque

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Second World War Memorial Plaque, St. Swithun's Church, Belper


Inscription:
TO THE GLORY OF GODAND IN SACRED MEMORY OFCAPTAIN J. FORD, C.A.MR. P. GLADWINMR & MRS HAYES
ALSO IN HONOUR OFTHE MEN OF THIS LOCALITYWHO PAID THE SUPREME SACRIFICEIN WORLD WAR II, 1939 – 1945
HARRY ALLSOPPJAMES E. BERESFORDCYRIL E. BUXTONFREDERICK GAMBLEFREDERICK B. GOFFGRANVILLE HALLC. EDWARD PARKINARTHUR VARNEY
THIS ORGAN, SUBSCRIBED TOOVER A LONG PERIOD OF YEARS BYTHE CONGREGATION AND FRIENDSOF ST SWITHUN’S, WAS DEDICATEDON DECEMBER 15TH 1951
REV. C. E. ELTON, A.L.C.D.VICAR
REV. CANON J. A. COOPER(VICAR 1913-1930)
CAPTAIN E. G. GASSON, C.A.CHURCH ARMY EVANGELIST





Sources used:
Soldiers Died in the Great War CD-Rom - Naval & Military Press
Soldiers Died in the Second World War CD-ROM - Naval & Military Press
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Ancestry

The First World War Campaign Medals DVD-Rom – Naval & Military Press

All photographs, unless otherwise stated, copyright of Chris Preston