Memorial is located inside the church of St. Michael and All Angels, Church Bank, Hathersage

The memorial inside the church only lists a fraction of those who died from Hathersage, the Hathersage Remembers website has spent an incredible amount of time trying to put together as complete a list as they can.

Hathersage Remembers
www.hathersage-remembers.org.uk
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War Memorial, St. Michael and All Angels, Hathersage

TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF

PTE J. CHEVANS YORK & LANCS:
PTE H. S. FEARN A & S HIGHLNDRS
PTE P. T. FEARN W. YORKS
PTE H. D. FLETCHER YORK & LANCS:
PTE G. GREAVES NORTHD FUS:
PTE G. GREEN N.HANTS:
PTE J. O. HASMAN R. FUS:
PTE G. W. HOWE LEICESTER

CPL E. MARSDEN R.E.
PTE R. C. NEWTON GREN. GDS.
PTE C. THORPE D.L.I.
PTE J. R. TURNER N. & D.
L/CPL R. UNWIN YORK & LANCS.
SEC LT G. S. UNWIN N. & D.
GUNNER W. WALLACE R.G.A.
PTE F. WILSON N. & D.

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 IN THE PARISH CHEST

ALSO OF

PTE A. BAGSHAW K.R.R.
GUNNER R. EYDES R.F.A.
LT G. C. HODGKINSON YORKSHIRES

SEC LT G. HOLMES EAST YORKS.
PTE A. LITTLEWOOD EAST LANCS.
PTE L. PRIESTLEY R. S. FUS.

PTE P. WEBB NORFOLK

CONNECTED WITH THIS PARISH WHOSE NAMES APPEAR ON OTHER MEMORIALS

REMEMBER ALSO THE FOLLOWING WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE SECOND GREAT WAR 1939 – 1945

FREDERICK HERBERT ELLACOTT RAFVR
LEONARD FIELD SHER FORS
GEORGE BERNARD FROST RN
JOHN FARNE GREGORY RN
JOHN HUTCHINSON RN

THOMAS HARDY McCALL SHER FORS
ERNEST JOHN PAGET RAF
GEORGE PLATTS RAFVR
F. HUGH PRIESTLEY SHER FORS
RAYMOND SPENCER REYNOLDS RA

VERNON REED NORTHANTS
WILLIAM ROBBINS RN
ALFRED WESTRAY ROADKNIGHT RWF
JOHN NEVIL SNOWDON RNVR
ANTHONY CONDOR SNOWDON RAFVR

RICHARD ASHTON SHUTTLEWORTH RAF
GORDON STUBBS RAFVR
GEORGE WILSON TUPHOLME SHER FORS
PETER WAIN RA
ROBERT WALLACE WARHURST RAFVR

KENNETH JUDSON WOODHEAD SHER FORS
SISTER LOIS DALTON QAIMNS

YE THAT LIVE ON MID ENGLISH PASTURES GREEN – REMEMBER US AND THINK WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN

The original grave marker of the following officer is also located in the church:
MAJOR L. M. BUCKNILL R.F.A.

Just inside the lychgate of the church is a small commemorative plaque to the following:
EDWIN KEITH SUTHERLAND
RAF 1917 - 1943
Beloved son of Edwin and Mary
father of Ruth and Robert

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

All photographs copyright of Chris Preston