Memorials are located inside St. John's Church, Boylestone
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First World War roll of honour plaques, St. John's Church, Boylestone

TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE THREE UNDERMENTIONED MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1919

GEORGE LANE, PRIVATE, 1st N. STAFFORD REGT.

HARRY PARKER, PRIVATE, 1st SHERWOOD FORESTERS

SAM PRITCHARD, PRIVATE, S. WALES BORDERERS

OUT OF THE STRESS OF THE DOING, INTO THE PEACE OF THE DONE”


THE FOLLOWING ALSO WENT FORTH AT THEIR COUNTRYS CALL AND PASSED SAFELY THROUGH THE CONFLICT.

JAMES W. BOWLES, SERGEANT, R.A.V.C.

FRANK BERESFORD, PRIVATE, 3rd SHERWOOD FORESTERS

JOSEPH BERESFORD, PRIVATE, 3rd SHERWOOD FORESTERS

ISAAC BERESFORD, PRIVATE, 8th SHERWOOD FORESTERS

EDWARD FLORENCE, PRIVATE, 1st NORTH STAFFORD REGT.

FRANK FLOWERS, PRIVATE, 6th NORTH STAFFORD REGT.

WILLIAM HARRISON, 2nd LT., LABOUR CORPS

FRANK HARVEY, PRIVATE, 4th SHERWOOD FORESTERS

ROBERT HARVEY, PRIVATE, 2nd SHERWOOD FORESTERS

WALTER HARVEY, PRIVATE, MACHINE GUN CORPS

ERNEST HEAFIELD, PRIVATE, 1st NORTH STAFFORD REGT.

JAMES LANE, PRIVATE, 7th NORTH STAFFORD REGT.

HENRY LANE, PRIVATE, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY

GEORGE MORLEY, PRIVATE, MACHINE GUN CORPS

GEORGE MORLEY, PRIVATE, 12th SHERWOOD FORESTERS

SAMUEL MORLEY, PRIVATE, 6th SOUTH STAFFORD REGT.

WILLIAM PEILE, PRIVATE, 20th HUSSARS

STEPHEN POVEY, PRIVATE, NOTTS. & DERBY REGT.

WALTER PRITCHARD, PRIVATE, 6th NORTH STAFFORD REGT.

ARCHIBALD SHELDON, PRIVATE, 1st NORTH STAFFORD REGT.

FOR ENGLAND, HOME AND DUTY”



THESE THREE ALSO RESPONDED TO THEIR COUNTRY'S CALL AND RETURNED HOME.

GEORGE HENRY MILLWARD, A.B., ROYAL NAVY

WILLIAM MILLWARD, SERGT., R. WELSH FUSILIERS

WILLIAM PARKER, CPL., DERBYSHIRE YEO.


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Plaque commemorating Leslie Arthur Wallis, St. John's Church, Boylestone

IN PROUD REMEMBRANCE OF CPL. LESLIE ARTHUR WALLIS, R.E., WHO GAVE HIS LIFE FOR HIS COUNTRY ON D DAY, JUNE 6th 1944.
THIS TABLET WAS ERECTED AND THE ELECTRIC LIGHT INSTALLED BY THE PARISHIONERS OF BOYLESTONE

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Plaque commemorating Lieutenant Andrew Chawner, 61st Regiment, killed at Salamanca, 22nd July, 1812

Sources used:
Soldiers Died in the Great War CD-Rom
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Ancestry

Photographs copyright of Chris Preston