The memorial is located within the church of St. Werburgh's, Church Hill, Spondon (photograph kindly contributed to the project by Derek Hathaway of Spondon Community Association
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Spondon (St. Werburgh's) Church War Memorial

ERECTED BY THE PARISHIONERS IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF SPONDON WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914 – 1918

ANTILL C. S.
ANTILL J. H.
ANTILL T. A.
AUCKLAND T. E.
BAILEY W.
BAMFORD J. T.
BATES R.
BORRINGTON T. A. V.
BULL R. J.
BROOKS W. V.
CAMM C.
COUSENS G. L.
COVERLEY A. E.
DAVIS W. R. L. CAPT.
DRURY-LOWE W. D. CAPT. D.S.O.
EGGLESTON J. H.
EGGLESTON S. D.
ELSON G. H. 2nd LT. M.M.
FREARSON W.
GRACE C.

GRACE W. A.
HATTON J.
HILL W. E. LC. CPL.
HOLBROOK W.
HOLMES A.
HOLMES J.
HOLMES T. A.
HOOLEY H.
HOOLEY J. LC. CPL.
JEFFS A. LC. CPL.
JEFFS E.
JEFFS H.
KELLEY J.
KINNEAR R.
KNAPP W.
MADDOCKS F. J.
MIDDLETON H.
MOULT S. W. 2nd LT.
MURFIN W. J. T.
NUNN W.

PAINTER J. A.
RADFORD R.
REID B. B. SERGT.
ROBINSON C. 2nd LT.
RODDIS F. SERGT.
SEARS J. T.
SMITH C. A. V.
SMITH L. J.
SYKES R. W. CPL.
TAYLOR F.
TAYLOR W.
THOMPSON A. A.
WALKER-SMITH J. C. SERGT.
SMITH M. F.
WAREING J.
WASS J.
WHEATLEY J. E.
WHITEMORE A.
WHYSALL F.
WRIGHT J.

According to the Derby Daily Telegraph of 14 March 1921, it was unveiled 2 days previously by Captain John Drury‑Lowe, of the Scots Guards, who had succeeded to Locko Hall after the death of his elder brother William Drury‑Lowe in 1916.

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

Photographs unless otherwise stated copyright of Chris Preston