Memorial is located on Church Street, Kilburn, Derbyshire
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Kilburn War Memorial

ERECTED BY THE INHABITANTS OF KILBURN IN MEMORY OF TWO MEN OF THIS VILLAGE, WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN 1899 – 1902

IN MEMORY OF LANCE-CORPORAL WILLIAM ALLDRED, DERBYSHIRE REGIMENT, WHO DIED IN HOSPITAL AT JOHANNESBURG MAY 5, 1901.

ALSO

PRIVATE HENRY BERESFORD, DERBYSHIRE REGIMENT, WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION AT VALFONTEIN MAY 29, 1902.

ALSO TO COMMEMORATE THE DECLARATION OF PEACE JUNE 1, 1902.

1914 – 1918

J. E. HARRISON
P. HAWTHORN
J. JACKSON
H. GAUNT
C. CROOKS
A. HOPE

E. FAKE
M. GREGORY
R. NASH

A. MEACHAM
V. PEACOCK
G. H. RHODES
A. V. TAYLOR
G. E. TURNER

KEEP IN REMEMBRANCE THE MEN OF THIS PARISH RECORDED HERE. THEY GAVE THEIR LIVES THAT JUSTICE, FREEDOM, LOVE AND MERCY SHOULD SURVIVE 1939 – 1945

R. BELL
G. C. BLACKHAM
G. F. BRIERS
C. CALVERT
V. CRESSWELL
S. CURZON
E. FORD
J. R. HUGHES
C. PARKIN
T. SUTTON

F. LUDLAM
A. MALTBY
S. J. PARKIN
E. PEAT
C. W. RHODES
C. RILEY
H. SHAW
F. M. TARLTON
J. DAWES
V. P. THOMPSON
G. W. OATES

WITH GRATEFUL THANKS ALSO TO THOSE FROM THIS AREA WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN THE CAUSE OF PEACE SINCE THE GREAT WARS.

KOREA, MALAYA, SOUTH ARABIA, BRUNEI, SARAWAK, SOUTH ATLANTIC, NORTHERN IRELAND, GULF, BALKANS, U.N. AND N.A.T.O. FORCES WORLDWIDE 1945 - 2000

Sources used:

Soldiers Died in the Great War CD-Rom
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Ancestry
National Archives of Australia

All photographs copyright of Chris Preston