The memorial is located inside the church of St. Werburgh, Old Blackwell (researched and uploaded by Tony Mellors)

THIS TABLET AND THE EAST WINDOW WERE PROVIDED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION AND DEDICATED TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918

Blackwell's Parish Church, St Werburgh's , has a bronze Memorial Plaque with the names of 61 men of the Parish who lost their lives in The Great War, 1914-1918.
30 of these names are also listed on the Newton War Memorial, Newton being one of the villages which make up Blackwell Parish. St Werburgh's is in the hamlet now known as Old Blackwell, the other villages being Blackwell, Hilcote and Westhouses.

The details of the 30 men from Newton are shown on the Derbyshire War Memorials site " Newton" , so are not duplicated here. The names of the other 31 are listed below with links to their details:DSCF0804.JPG

Alf
Bexon
Thos
Brown
W
Chadbourne
T Wm
Corby
Leonard
Cutts
Clement B
Furmston
Geo
Green
Jack
Harris
Fred
King
Geo
Lane
John
Lane
J
Loftus
Walt
Montague
Walt
Parker
Richd
Phelps
Geo
Polkey
Thos
Robinson
Wm
Rushton
Harry
Severn
Ern
Shardlow
Walt
Smith
Walt
Strickland
Alf
Swales
Jos
Tart
Geo
Till
Les
Tomblin
John
White
Percy
White
Thos
White
Jos
Wilson
Harry


Sources
Wright


Ancestry
BCC Lest We Forget
Derbyshire Times
Alfreton Journal
Notts Free Press