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Details of local places from 1892 map – then and now

Dave Pattern is involved in an ongoing project to index historical maps of the Huddersfield area. One relevant to Netherthong and District ( Thongsbridge, Deanhouse and Oldfield ) is titled Hudds. Exposed 1892 Honley, and is centered  on grid ref. SE 4145 4105. The accompanying chart features places from that map and details ( 2018) their current situation after 126 years.

Dave has very kindly agreed that I can use this information in  my website.

name & location area type exists
Albert Hotel, Miry Lane. Now a private residence known as "Old Albert" Thongsbridge public house yes but new use
Inn, School Street Netherthong inn yes but new use
Star of the Day, Oldfield Road Oldfield public house yes but new use
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, St. Mary's Road Netherthong chapel yes but new use
All Saints Church, Town Gate Netherthong church yes
All Saints' Church Graveyard Netherthong burial ground yes
Bastile, Moor Lane Netherthong property yes
Brown Hill, off Moor Lane Netherthong property yes
Calf Hill Wood Netherthong wood yes
Crodingley, off Thong Lane Thongsbridge property yes
Cross Lane End, corner of Oldfield Road & Cross Lane Oldfield property yes
Deanhouse Workhouse, off St. Mary's Road Deanhouse hospital, etc yes
Dock Hill Netherthong area yes
Forest Cottage, Spinner Gate (now Bradshaw Road). Also known Wood Cottage Oldfield property yes
Free United Methodist Chapel, Giles Street. Now Church House Netherthong chapel yes
Green Cottage, Holt Lane (now Broomy Lee Lane) Netherthong property yes
Har Royd, off Dean Brook Road Netherthong property yes
Holmroyd Nook, off Knoll Lane Oldfield farm yes
Manor House, Church Street Netherthong property yes
Mission Church, Miry Lane. Also known as the Parish Church of St. Andrew Thongsbridge church yes
Moor Croft, Spinner Gate (now Bradshaw Road) Oldfield property yes
Moor Lane Farm, Moor Lane Netherthong farm yes
Moorfield House, off Springwood Road Thongsbridge private house yes
Mountain Cottage, corner of Spinner Gate (now Bradshaw Road) & Wood Nook Lane Oldfield property yes
New Hagg, off Oldfield Road Oldfield property yes
Newland Wood Thongsbridge wood yes
Newlands, Huddersfield Road Thongsbridge property yes
Oldfield House, Oldfield Road Oldfield property yes
Railway Cottages, Springwood Road Thongsbridge property yes
Sands, off Moor Lane Netherthong property yes
School, off School Street. Now Netherthong Primary School Netherthong school yes
Spring Grove, Huddersfield Road. Also known as Spring Bottom (1854 map) Netherthong property yes
Spring Lodge, Calf Hill Road. Previously known as Spring Cottage (1854 map) Thongsbridge property yes
Spring Wood Netherthong wood yes
The Hey, off Heys Road Thongsbridge terraced row yes
Thongsbridge, Miry Lane. Road bridge over the River Holme Thongsbridge misc feature yes
Upper Fear Nought, off Huddersfield Road Netherthong property yes
Vicarage, Miry Lane Netherthong vicarage yes
View Terrace, Miry Lane. Row of 4 back-to-back properties Thongsbridge terraced row yes
Well Green, Holt Lane Netherthong property yes
Well House, off Huddersfield Road Netherthong private house yes
Woodlands. Property originally set in Longlands Wood and approached via a footpath Thongsbridge private house yes
Woodville, off Calf Hill Road Thongsbridge private house yes
Albion Mill, off Miry Lane. Woollen mill Thongsbridge mill partially
Quarry Netherthong quarry partially
Alma Mills, off Thong Lane. Woollen mill Thongsbridge mill no
Deanhouse Mills, off Dean Brook Road. Woollen mill Deanhouse mill no
Elmwood, off Huddersfield Road Netherthong private house no
Gas Works Deanhouse works no
Inn, Huddersfield Road Thongsbridge inn no
Lower Fear Nought, off Huddersfield Road Netherthong terraced row no
Mill dam for Thongsbridge Mills Thongsbridge mill pond no
Moorfield House, off Spinner Gate (now Bradshaw Road) Oldfield property no
Oaklands, off Huddersfield Road Netherthong private house no
Prospect House, off Heys Road Thongsbridge property no
Quarry, off Calf Hill Road Netherthong quarry no
Robin Royd, off Huddersfield Road Netherthong property no
Thongs Birdge Station. Railway station on the Holmfirth Branch Thongsbridge railway feature no
Thongsbridge Mills, off Miry Lane. Woollen mill Thongsbridge mill no
Folly Dam. Mill pond for Deanhouse Mills Deanhouse mill pond maybe
Size and Bone Works, off Miry Lane Thongsbridge works maybe

Netherthongs WW1 heroes and the location of their various Rolls of Honour

There are a eight War Memorials and Rolls of Honour ( ROH ) commemorating the young men of the district who fought in World War 1. Six of them list the names of those who gave their lives and two include the names of those who fought and survived. Details are given in the chart below. ( For details of the individual soldiers please see the appropriate chapters on World War 1 ).

The Netherthong War Memorial, R.O.H. , which has the names of 41 heroes from Netherthong and Thongsbridge,  is located in the centre of the village opposite the Parish Church.  

Thirty names, including two not on the village ROH, are on  Plaque 5 on the large Memorial in the grounds of Holmfirth Hospital. 

Seventeen names were on a plaque in the Working Men’s clubhouse, which was located in St. Annes Square at the top of Outlane. Unfortunately the whereabouts of this plaque is currently unknown.( September 2018)

Six names appeared on the plaque in St.Andrew’s Church in Thongsbridge and , when the church was closed , the plaque was saved and found a new home in Holmfirth Parish Church.

Five names appear on a ROH on a metal plate on  the wall of what was the premises of R.L.Brook in Thongsbridge.

Six names  appear on the ROH in Huddersfield Drill Hall. They were soldiers who served in the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment.

There are 27 names on the United Methodist Church ROH which has been located on the left hand wall in the Parish Church since the Chapel closed in 1984-85 and became a private residence. This ROH contains the names of seven soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice with the remainder being soldiers who fought and survived. 

Name Village ROH WMC Plaque 5 Saint Andrews Huddersfield Drill Hall Methodist Parish Church Thongsbridge
Irvin Barrowclough Yes Yes
Lewis Beaumont Yes Yes Yes
George H. Booth Yes
Clarence Brackenburg Yes
Harold Brackenburg Yes Yes Yes
George Bradley Yes Yes Yes Yes
George Bray Yes Yes Yes
Walter Bray Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Leonard Buckley Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Harry Charlesworth Yes Yes
George Child Yes
George Durrant Yes
Norman Fisher Yes Yes Yes
Cecil P. Floyd Yes
Robert Froggatt Yes Yes
Stanley Gill Yes Yes Yes
George Gledhill Yes Yes Yes
Andrew Greenwood Yes
William Haigh Yes Yes Yes Yes
Luther Hellawell Yes Yes Yes Yes
Fred Hill Yes Yes Yes
Hubert ( Herbert ) Hobson Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
John Hoyle Yes Yes Yes Yes
George Kaye Yes Yes
Matthew Lockwood Yes
Arthur Quarmby Yes Yes
Norman Ricketts Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ben Roebuck Yes Yes Yes Yes
Brook Sanderson Yes Yes
Abel Scholfield Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ben Senior Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Clemence Shaw Yes Yes Yes
Fred Shaw Yes Yes
Edward Smith Yes Yes Yes
Frank Swallow Yes Yes Yes Yes
Edgar Taylor Yes Yes Yes Yes
John Webster Yes Yes Yes Yes
Arthur Whitely Yes
David Wilkinson Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
C.( Charlie ) Woodhead Yes Yes Yes Yes
J.( Joseph ) Worsley Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Arthur Heeley Yes Yes Yes
Harold Heeley Yes Yes Yes Yes
Thomas Roger Booth Yes
Fred Hirst Yes

 

Methodist Church ROH

 

Methodist Church ROH
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There are 114 names on a framed ROH in the Parish Church  and it gives the rank, regiment and date joined for each of the soldiers.  23 of these names are on the main War Memorial, the remainder being soldiers who fought and survived. Unfortunately it was difficult to photograph as well as being too large to get into one picture.

Parish Church ROH

 

Parish Church ROH
detail

 

Parish Church ROH
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Parish Church ROH
detail

 

Harry Beaumont 1897 – 1996

Harry Beaumont was born in 1897 in Upper Hagg and died in 1996. At that time Upper Hagg was part of the Parish of Netherthong ( see chapter of Maps )  and he lived there until his wedding in 1928 before spending the rest of his life in Brockholes, His father died in 1912 and his mother brought the family up on her own. The rest of the family moved to Brockholes in 1919/30. He  and his family could claim to have connections to the whole of the Holme Valley.  His older brother, Lewis, fought and died in WW1 and is commemorated on the memorial in the centre of Netherthong.  Harry also fought in the war and survived.

I have been fortunate to receive  photographs and letters about Harry from his niece  and have included details of his war record in my chapter on the WW1 survivors. I have decided that the rest of the information about this man and his life justifies  giving him a chapter of his own as he was such a well-known person in the area.

Harry was born in Upper Hagg and his parents were Annie and Tom Battye Beaumont. The family photograph, taken circa 1905 at Upper Hagg, shows Annie his mother, eldest daughter Emma b. 1890 and Tom his father. Lower left is Nellie b.1899, Amy b.1903, Ethel b.1901, Harry b.1897 and Lewis b.1895

Beaumont family group, 1905

The next photograph is of Adam Sykes Beaumont b.1833 to John and ? of Helm. He married Emma Battye, the daughter of Thomas and Betty of Nab Close, Cartworth  He was the father of Tom Battye Beaumont which meant he was Harry’s Grandfather. He died in 1882.

Harry’s grandfather

Harry attended Brockholes School and was a member of St.George’s Church choir in the village. He started work at the age of 13 as a reacher-in  at Rock Mills, Thongsbridge, for half-a-crown a week and, until he enlisted in 1916 at the age of 19, he had a wide range of interests. These included repairing clocks and watches, cycling, gardening and billiards and yet he still found time to be a member of Brockholes Bowling Club.

He joined the Yorks. and Lancs. Regiment as Private No.82910 and trained as a Machine Gunner. In the photograph below of him in uniform he looks so young and innocent and much younger than his 19 years. The second photograph, posing with some of his comrades, shows him , front row 2nd. from the right, still retaining that early youth.

Harry Beaumont in uniform

 

Harry and his comrades

Whilst serving in France, because he had experience with farm horses, he was selected to deliver ammunition by horse and cart to the front lines at night. Unfortunately he became ill with rheumatic fever and returned to England, where he was placed at Holly Park Auxiliary Hospital, Hornsey, North London. ( the hospital was demolished in the 1950s and later became a housing estate ).His mother must have written to the Matron thanking her for the care shown to her son, because the Matron replied on October 3, 1918.

Letter from Matron to harry’s mother.

As you might have trouble reading the handwriting, I’ve copied the details below.

“Thank you for your very kind letter. I’m so glad your son was happy at my little hospital. He was a very good patient. I was only too pleased to be able to help him in any way as I am to help any of the splendid men that are doing so much for us. I should like to hear how your son gets on , we all wish him the best of luck. It will be a happy day when I know that I am getting my boys better to go home ( underlined ) not back to France.” 

M.Bassett-Popkin , Matron Commandant.

After the war, Harry worked in the textile industry for 45 years. He moved from  weaver to pattern weaver and was in charge of  a textile warehouse when he retired. In 1928 he married Mena Nicholson and they settled in Brockholes living at 32, Rock Terrace in the centre of the village. He gave much of his spare time to supporting village organisations and was elected to Holmfirth Council in 1941 and served for many years, acting as Chairman in 1950-51.  The photograph shows him wearing the mayoral chain of office.He had been chairman of all the committees on the Council and a governor of both the old and new C of E Schools.

Harry as mayor of Holmfirth 1950 -51

An article in the Huddersfield Examiner of Friday 16 May, 1977 was titled ” The village historian.” The first sentence started- ask anyone in Brockholes for the name of the local historian and they will be likely to refer you to Harry Beaumont.  His earliest recollection is of attending Brockholes Church School at the age of three ( more likely to have been four ). I have queried with his niece  why he would have attended school in Brockholes rather than in Netherthong or Thongsbridge. The most likely reason is that his mother was brought up in Smithy Place , Brockholes and attended the village school there and his father worked at Rock Mills which meant he could take his son to school and collect him later in the day.

In winter – and they were real winters then- we used to go to school on sledges, from the top of the hill down on to the main road. Of course there was no danger then because it was all horse traffic. One of his  anecdotes was about a visit by the Duke of Kent to Rock Mills many years ago. The Duke asked about the processes, and, to demonstrate this, he was given a suit length which had been made specially for him from fleece to finished object within four days.  When asked about the main changes in the village during his lifetime, he spoke of the change from horse traffic to motor vehicles, housing development on the hills where people once went skiing, the closing of mills and the transfer of labour from textiles to the engineering industry. The final photograph shows Harry and Mena in May 1993 on the occasion of their 65th. Wedding Anniversary when Harry was 96. The two items of ephemera are his election pamphlets for May 1955 and April 1964.

 

65th. Wedding Anniversary
of Harry and Mena, May 1993

 

1955 Election Pamphlet

 

Election Pamphlet 1964

Wilshaw and its World War 1 Heroes

 

Wilshaw is a small hamlet located mid-way between Meltham and Netherthong/Holmfirth with its postcode being HD9. In the first Ordnance Survey map, issued in  1854, both Upper and Lower Greave were in the Parish of Netherthong and Wilshaw was a moor-fringed sweep of pasture but, by the time the next map came out in 1888, Joseph Hirst had put Wilshaw firmly on the map and   built the Church of St.Mary the Virgin in 1863. The History of Wilshaw , issued 1961, was written by Alfred Taylor as a prelude to the commemoration of the centenary of the Parish Church, 1863-1963.

This year, 2018, is the centenary of the end of World War 1 and  a National Project, called Lives of the First World War, has been set up by the Imperial War Museum to record the life histories of those servicemen and women who served in that war. It works by setting up Communities which are formed by collating servicemen into groups defined by a common connection – eg. regiment, workplace, location etc. A community has been set up locally, on behalf of the Project , to cover all the Holme Valley Servicemen. My contribution, via my History of Netherthong website, has been to supply information relating to Netherthong and District of its soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice as well as those who fought and survived. Wilshaw does not fall under the Holme Valley area but, because it always had close connections to Netherthong,  I have decided to give it a chapter of its own and add it to my website so that its heroes can be more fully recognised and remembered.

There are two plaques, ROH ( Roll of Honour ) inside the Church. The first one , on timber/board, lists 15 names of soldiers , associated with Wilshaw, who fought and survived. They are : Edward Phipps ; Harold Beaumont ; Fisher Spencer ; Charles Helliwell ; George Sharples ; Lawrence Taylor ; John W. Dowell ; Herbert Lockwood ; Harry Stead : Harry Taylor ; Alfred Senior ; Vincent F.Kaye ; Harold Pearson : John Crampton : John Addy. However the Holmfirth Express edition on October 23 1915 listed the following names from Wilshaw who had enlisted – they were Arthur Elliot, H.Turton, T. Thorpe, N.Thorpe and Edward Phipps. Of those names only Phipps appears on the list of survivors on the plaque. I have recently been informed that this ROH was only ” discovered ” 10-15 years when it was found up in the church tower. Very intriguing and it is unlikely that we will ever find out when, how and why it was put there.

War memorial 1

The second one made of stone/marble has five names and is inscribed : ” In Honoured Memory of the Boys of the Parish who made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Great War, 1914-1918. Edwin Spencer ; Edgar H.Beaumont ; Rufus Crompton ; Leonard Manchester : Harold Schofield . Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. “

War Memorial 2

 

J.Margaret Stansfield was the inspiration behind the book ” Huddersfield Roll of Honour  1914-1922 ” but unfortunately died before she could publish it. It was edited by the Rev. Paul Wilcock BEM and published by the Unniversity of Huddersfield Press in 2014 – ISBN 978-1-86218-126-7. Her book meticulously detailed the details of 3,439 soldiers from the Huddersfield area who had fought and died in the Great War.  The  five Wilshaw heroes on the plaque are listed in the book and I give their details below. 

Edwin Spencer. Private 13445, Y Co., 8th. Battalion, Duke of Wellington Regiment. Born in Leeds, son of Thomas Fisher Spencer and Sarah Agnes of Wilshaw. Employed at Meltham Mills. Enlisted at the  end of August 1914 and went to the Dardenelles as part of 32nd. Brigade, 11th. Division, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. He died of wounds at sea, sustained in the Dardenelles fighting, on August 23, 1915 aged 22 years. There was no known grave and he was Commemorated at the Helles Memorial to the Missing. ROH ; Wilshaw Church ; St. Bartholemews, Meltham.

The following report was taken from a newspaper cutting around 1915. ” On Monday, Mrs. Thomas Fisher Spenser, of Wilshaw,received the sad news that her youngest son, Private Edwin Spencer, aged 22, had died on August 23rd. from wounds sustained in the Dardanelles fighting.  Prior to the war, Edwin had worked at the bobbin mill at Messrs. Jonas Brook and Bros., Meltham Mills. At the latter end of August, he enlisted in the 8th. Battalion, West Riding Regiment and was in Y Company, the regiment being in the 32nd. Brigade of the 11th. Division in the Mediterranean Force. Edwin was the youngest of three sons in the army. His eldest brother is Private John Spencer of the 1/5th. who is in a London hospital, suffering from wounds sustained in Belgium. Private Thos. Fisher Spencer, the second son, is in France with the 2/5th. Edwin was unmarried and lived in St.Mary’s Court, Wilshaw, and was his mother’s only means of support. Her daughter is the wife of driver Spencer Allen Ward of the R.F.A. in France.

Rufus CramptonPrivate 38589, 8th. Battalion, Yorkshire Lancaster Regiment. Born in Meltham and lived at 28 Mitre Street, Marsh. Killed in action on June 7, 1917. There was no known grave . Commemorated at the Menin Gate, Memorial to the Missing, ROH : Wilshaw Church : Marsh War Memorial : St. Bartholemews, Meltham.

Leonard Manchester. Private 32158, 2/5 Battalion, Duke of Wellington Regiment. Born in Meltham, son of James and Hannah and husband of Hilda. Employed for five years at Wallace’s grocery store in Slaithwaite. Enlisted 1917 and embarked to France early 1918. Killed in action on 23 March 1918, aged 28 years. No known grave and he was Commemorated at the Arras Memorial to the Missing. ROH ; Wilshaw Church ; St. Bartholemews, Meltham. Huddersfield Drill Hall.

Harold Schofield. Private301954. 2nd. Battalion, Royal Scots ( Lothian Regiment ). Born in Meltham, son of Firth and Martha Scholfield. He was killed in action at Polygon Wood on September 26,1917 aged 20 years.There was no known grave and he was Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial to the Missing. ROH : Wilshaw Church ; St.Bartholemews Church, Meltham.

 Edgar H.Beaumont. An Edgar Hamby Beaumont is listed as Private 235241 of the 2nd. battalion of the Duke of Wellington regiment. He was the son of Mr. & Mrs. Joe Beaumont of Wilshaw and was employed by Messrs. Josiah France Ltd. of Honley.  He enlisted on October 1915 and was killed in action on March 28 1918 aged 22 years. There was no known grave and he was commemorated on the Arras Memorial to the Missing.  ROH ;Wilshaw Church : St.Bartholemews Church, Meltham.

 Harry Beaumont’s  name appears on the timber plaque as a survivor. In the January 16th. 1915 edition of the Holmfirth Express, there is a report of the Annual tea and entertainment given by the church choir and the organist, Mr.H.Pearson.   The Rev.T. Lawthwaite congratulated the young men of the village who had joined up and, out of a population of under 150, five were under training. The Vicar proposed a vote of thanks which was seconded by Private H.Beaumont.  However  there is a Harry Beaumont in the Huddersfield ROH . He was Private 21726 in the 2/5 Battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment and was born in Meltham and enlisted in Huddersfield. He was killed in action on July 20 1918 near Rheims. There was no known grave and he was commemorated on Soissons Memorial to the Missing. ROH. St Bartholemews Church. Same person ??

Netherthong – details of soldiers who fought and survived WW1

One of the major chapters in this history is titled ‘Netherthong  and its WW1 heroes’ and it gives details of those soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice. There were also many villagers who  enlisted and served valiantly in the war and survived its horrors. In this centenary year of the end of that war, I am attempting to compile a list of their names as a starting point to begin to find out details about their lives before the war and  their army service. ( Some of the information is also included in other chapters about WW1.)

The main source  for compiling the initial list  is the Holmfirth Express. In their issue of January 9th. 1915, they printed a R.O.H. ( Roll of Honour ) for the people from all the villages in the area serving in the Army , Territorials and Navy and there were 42 on that list from Netherthong, Deanhouse, Thongsbridge ( see note later  on ) and Wilshaw. The information in these lists was supplied by local residents and the paper was always requesting their readers to write in to update the names. They printed another list in October 23rd. 1915 , which included  some names not on the earlier list. They printed the list again the following week with some names omitted and a few new ones added. They also started on October 23 rd. to publish another column titled ‘This Weeks Additions ‘ and that week it  had two names from Thongsbridge, John Booth and Joseph A. Barden plus three from Netherthong – E.Taylor, J.Webster and Arnold Wimpenny.  ( Taylor and Webster did not survive the war and are on the ROH on the village memorial). The ‘Additions’ for November 6th.  were  H.Dufton, S.A.Wood and W.H.Eastwood ( SA ) all from the village. The Express also reported that there were 562 volunteers to date for the whole of the Holme Valley. There were two more ‘Additions’ lists for November and they included Richard Bottomley from the village, Arnold T.Lee and E.Smith, 19870, both from Thongsbridge and E.H.Beaumont from Wilshaw. They stopped publishing any more ‘Additions ‘ lists in 1916.

There are inconsistencies in exactly how many of the village lads enlisted as reports differ in the numbers.   At the meeting of the Patriotic Committee in January 1915, it was reported that 30 of the men, at present and formerly associated with the village, were serving their  country and had received gifts of a camp knife and three khaki pocket handerchiefs.  But … the 3rd. annual report of the Netherthong Patriotic Society  in 1917 said that, based on Netherthong and Oldfield, 140 villagers had enlisted, 19 were discharged, three were listed as POWs, 17 were killed leaving 101 still on active duty. But….. at the unveiling of the Working Men’s Club Memorial, Captain Floyd said that about 130 men had enlisted, 21 were killed, at least seven had been wounded and a further four had been wounded and taken prisoner. The variations in the numbers of villagers who enlisted was apparently a fairly common problem. The next exercise was to find their personal details such as date and place of birth, where they lived, went to school and worked etc. The third and by far the biggest difficulty has been  to find details of their service record, as I have  found out from the Forces War Records web site  that 70% of the service records of soldiers from WW1 were destroyed from a direct hit on the Arnside ( London ) repository on the second day of the Blitz in WW2, and the damage was compounded during the extinguishing  of the raging fires. The book of the Huddersfield ROH gives details of the 3,439 soldiers who died,  1,304 (38%)  of whom served in the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment.  The figure I have for Netherthong for the same Regiment  is 36%, so it’s a reasonable assumption that the same percentage would apply to those from the village who enlisted and survived. But .. the archives for the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment in Halifax do not have records of the soldiers who served in the Regiment. 

 Thongsbridge was included in the Parish of Netherthong and the names  of their lads who made the supreme sacrifice are listed   on the War Memorial in the Village and Plaque 5  at Holmfirth Hospital, which is titled Netherthong and Thongsbridge.  However I’m not sure how far  Netherthong’s responsibility in  the Thongsbridge area extended during that period as the Express always listed soldiers from Muslin Hall as being part of Thongsbridge. Those who died from Muslin Hall are listed on other R.O.H.s.  An example is Lieut. Arnold Lee, RGA, son of Mr.Job Lee of Muslin Hall, who was killed in action and his name is on the Wooldale R.O.H. I shall not include any that died but will add to my list below any who served and survived.  Better to duplicate than omit.

In the Parish Church there is a framed coloured, pre-printed certificate that is titled- “For King, Country & Humanity, Roll of Honour for the Brave Men who have gone forth at the call of duty from …. ”  it then left a space to write in the name of the organisation and underneath there were three columns for the Names, Service and any remarks.  This one was for the United Methodist Church and contains 27 names of whom seven made the ultimate sacrifice. In my research into the Methodist Chapel ( see chapter for its history ) , I never came across any reference to this certificate. I can only assume that when the Chapel closed in 1984-85 and became a private residence, the certificate was moved to the Parish Church. I have spoken to the Rev.John Capstick, who was the vicar at that time, and, although he could not remember any specific details, he said that the relationship between the two churches was always very cordial and there would have been no problems of transferring the certificate when the Chapel closed.

Also in the Parish Church is another framed certificate/scroll simply titled ” Netherthong Roll of Honour “. It lists 114 names of soldiers from the Parish who served in the WW1 and gives their rank, regiment and date of enlistment. 23 of the names are listed in the main War Memorial in Town Square. I have referred to it as the Parish Church ROH. in this chapter. Where I have been able to find a date of birth from the pamphlet ” All Saints’ Church Netherthong – Index of baptisms 1830-1983 “. I have added it in  the format b. date.

I have  listed below in alphabetical order the names of all those soldiers who survived  and have added  information as and when I have been to find any. As of 21/09/2018, I have found 162 names which I think is about it.

The first four names are of  soldiers from the village who were decorated for their bravery .

Signaller  Charles Albert  Hudson was decorated with the Military Medal which he won in August 1916 for carrying dispatches under heavy fire in Delville Wood. He was delivering messages continuously  for three days and of the 16 runners only 4 survived. He had enrolled on October 17 1914 with the first batch of young fellows from the district and went to France on July 15 1915. In the 1901 Census he was eleven years old, his parents were William and Ellen Hobson and they lived in Outlane. He had been associated with Netherthong since birth , was involved with the Parish Church and Sunday School as well as being  a member of the choir. He was one of the scouts who had the privilege of taking part in the Scouts Rally at the Coronation Festivities in London. He was employed at Deanhouse Mills. He had been on active service since he went to France and came through the war without a scratch.

Corporal Sam Schofield :  Mrs.John Scholfield was notified in May 1918 that her son, Sam, had been awarded the Military Medal. Later that year in October, the Express reported that he had been wounded and was in hospital making a satisfactory recovery.  In the 1901 Census he was 11 years old and his parents were John and Jane Scholfield of Outlane .His older brother, Abel, was killed whilst on active service in Gallipoli in 1915.  As his brother enlisted with the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment it is more than likely that Sam would have followed suit.

Sam Scholfield

 

Corporal Norman Smith, 21 years old, was awarded the Military Medal and ribbon for gallantly rescuing a comrade on the battlefield under shell fire.  Until he was 15, he had lived all his life in Netherthong before he moved to Longwood.. He joined the West Riding Regiment In December 1914 and went to France in June 1915.  The Golcar District Heroes’ Fund recognized his meritorious conduct by presenting him with a solid gold ten- guinea English made watch.

Lance-Corporal Joseph Edward HobsonHe  was the oldest son of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Hobson of Netherthong and died in Ottowa aged 67. He was well known in the village and , as a boy,  was in the Parish Church choir. He had served for 8 years in the Army Medical Corps and, on his discharge, he obtained an important post in Canada and moved there 4 years later , married a Canadian lady and had two sons. At the outbreak of war, he re-enlisted in the Canadian Force, came over and was attached to A Section 22nd.Field Ambulance 7th. Division of the British Expeditionary Force and served in France.  He  was awarded the DCM for gallantry and devotion on the field by carrying in the wounded under fire. On the expiry of his service he returned to Canada and his wife and family. The photograph below is printed courtesy of the Holmfirth Express of February 6 1915. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH and he enlisted on September 1, 1914.

J.E.Hobson who received the DCM

 

Joseph A.Barden- Thongsbridge. Express October 30 1915- ‘Additions’ list. I have been able to assemble the following information that seems to fit ‘Joe’ Barden. He was born in 1887 in New Laithe Bank, Holm.  He was attested on 12/12/15 and put on the Army Reserve the following day. He was put on Short Service on 12/9/16 and mobilised the same day as Private No.136188 in the Yorks. and Lancs. Regiment. He was married. He received the British War Medal and Victory Medal. In 5/4/17  he had his thumb amputated which classified him as 20% disabled. He was transferred to the RAMC.

Irvine Alsop. The Express in July 1916 reported that Irvine was serving at the Royal Naval Hospital and had written to the Patriotic Society thanking them for the gift of a camp knife and adding that it was being very useful and showed that he and the rest of the lads had not been forgotten. His name is in the Parish Church ROH  but no regiment or date is given.

A.Alsop – his name appears in the Parish Church ROH. He was a private in the Lincs. 

N.Armitage – Listed in October 23 1915 Holmfirth  Express ROH. His name appears in the Parish Church ROH as a Private in the 2/5 Battalion Duke of Wellington regiment. He enlisted in May 1915.

Arnold Bailey – his name appears in the Parish Church ROH as a Private in the Northumberland Fusiliers and enlisted on April 24, 1916

E.Battye – listed as a Scout/ex- Scout – of the Netherthong Troop- serving in the front.

H.Battye ( Deanhouse ):  His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. A Herbert Battye  appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Private in the Royal Defence Corps. who enlisted on November 19, 1916.

J.Battye – the name Battye features in many chapters throughout the history of Netherthong but is not shown in the 1901 Census. He was a member of the NT Scout troop.,  Joseph  was the older brother of Alec Battye who survived .There was a report in the Holmfirth Express that a Joseph Battye, a private with the 2/5 Battalion of the Duke of Wellinton’s regiment went over the top at Bullecourt in May 1917, just 10 miles from where his brother was serving,  and was never seen again.

Private Harpin Battye. In May 1918 the Express reported that relations of Pr. Harpin Battye, Machine Gun Corps, of Deanhouse, had received an intelligence card from him saying he was in enemy hands. He was taken prisoner at Bullencourt on March 21 and the card was dated March 27. He stated that he was quite well. His last letter from the front was dated the same day he had been taken prisoner.

Private Dennis.Barrowclough :  He was born on 9/5/1896 , baptised on 6/10/1897 as Denis and  was listed as four years old in the 1901 Census. His  parents were John William and Christiana from Lower Hagg ( in Census ) but Oldfield on baptismal certificate.. One of his brothers, Irvin, is listed in the ROH in the village centre. He is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a Private in the 6th.Durham Lt. Infantry who enlisted on August 5,1914

Private William Barrowclough:  He was born on 16/12/1891 and baptised on 9/2/1992 and listed as 9 years old in the 1901 Census  and was the eldest of the three brothers who enlisted. The Patriotic Committee received a letter from Willie thanking them for the gifts. He was in the 6th. Company, 3rd. Battalion, West Riding Regiment.He is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 2nd. Battalion Duke of Wellington regiment who enlisted on December 3,1914.  There is a contradiction in which Regiment he served.

Arthur Beaumont – he is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a Private in the 63rd.R.N.Distribution Supply Co. 

H.Beaumont – Wilshaw. Listed in the ROH in the January 4, 1915 issue of the Holmfirth Express. The list of ‘Additions ‘ in the November 27th. edition of the Express  included the name E.H.Beaumont.

Private Harry Beaumont – No.82910. His brother was Lewis Beaumont  whose name appears on the village ROH. He was  born in Upper Hagg in 1897 and his parents were Annie and Tom Battye Beaumont. He attended Brockholes School and was a member of St.Georges choir and started work at the age of 13 at Rock Mills, Brockholes. He enlisted in the Yorks and Lancs Regiment in 1916 and trained as a Machine Gunner. Whilst serving in France, because he had experience with farm horses, he was selected to deliver ammunition by horse and cart to the front line at night and during that tour of duty he became ill with rheumatic fever and was returned to England and was placed in Holly Park Auxiliary Hospital, Hornsey, North London. I have been fortunate to have received a lot of information about Harry’s activities and I have included them in a  chapter titled Harry Beaumont.

Harry Beaumont in uniform

John Booth Thongsbridge – Express October 30 1915- ‘Additions’ list.

Richard Bottomley – Express November 20 1915 – ‘Additions’ list.

J.Bowman – Miry Lane Thongsbridge : In June 1915, the Express listed his name in  a ROH for local lads from around the Holme Valley who had recently enlisted in the Huddersfield Battery.

John Bray : His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. He is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a Private in the 2/7 Royal Scots who enlisted on October 29, 1914

Arthur Bray is listed in the Methodist Church ROH. He served with the R.Labour Co.

Private Tom Bretton :  In the 1901 Census he was 12 years old , was born in Thongsbridge  and lived in Miry Lane Bottom. His parents were Reuben and Alice. A  report in the local paper  said that he lived in Giles Street and had been wounded. There is a John Bretton listed in the Methodist Church ROH. His name also appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the Duke of Wellington Regiment who enlisted on October 9,1916

Fitter Hubert Brook. Muslin Hall, Thongsbridge. His father, Mr.S.Brook, received a field card from France in August stating that his son, Hubert, was  in a base hospital and wounded. The following month he was  transferred to a hospital in Warrington where he had been visited by his parents. The Express added that his brother, Irvin, had died in hospital in England after having been interned in Germany for several months.

J.Brook : In the 1901 Census, he was born in the village and lived in Lower Hagg. He was 25 years old, married and working as a grocers assistant.

T.L.M. Buchanan ( Netherthong )His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. ( but not in Oct.23 list ). In the Parish Church ROH the compiler listed the name Buchanan twice with no christian names or any other additional information. I’m assuming T.L.M. could very well have been one of them.

J.R.M. Buchanan ( Netherthong ) :  His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. ( but not in Oct.23 list). In the Parish Church ROH the compiler listed the name Buchanan twice  with no christian names or any additional information. I’m assuming JRM could very well have been one of them.

Arthur Buckley – on Methodist Church ROH. He served with the North Staffs. regiment.

Pr. Arthur Cartwright. Mr. & Mrs. Cartwright of Fearnought Gardens, Thongsbridge, received a letter from their son in July 1918. He had been reported missing on May 28. In his letter, dated May 3 but which was not delivered until July 24, he said that he had been wounded and was in hospital and being treated very well. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Private with the 5th. South Staffs.

Corporal Sam Charlesworth :   He had been in the army for 11 years and came to the front with the Indian Expeditionary force and transferred  to  the 1st. Battalion of the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Regiment . He was shot in the left thigh and hand and , after recovering , was made a prisoner in No. F Block at Doeberity and spent more than two and a half years as a prisoner of war in Germany. The Express in January 1916 reported that Sam had written to Mr.W.Dyson to acknowledge the receipt of a Christmas parcel sent to him on behalf of the Netherthong people. In May the Express added that Sam had been ‘adopted’ by the Misses Rosetti, two ladies of Regent Street,London, and they sent him a parcel every fortnight. He is listed in the Parish Church ROH with his enlistment date being August 5,1914

Arthur Charlesworth is listed in the Methodist Church ROH. He served with the Kings Own Yorkshire L.I.

Tom Charlesworth. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH and he was a Private in the Kings Own Yorkshire L.I. and enlisted in September 1916.

N.Coldwell : He was a scout in the NT troop. There is a Woodhouse Coldwell in the Parish Church ROH. He was a Private in the 2/7 Royal Scots and enlisted on October 3,1916

E.Crookes : He was a scout in the NT troop. and was listed in 23 October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH.

Alfred Day is listed in the Methodist Church ROH. No additional information.

Frank Dickenson : He was born in Netherthong  on 29/4/1882 , baptised on 04/06/1882 and his parents were William and Mary Ann. Although he moved away, he always retained fond memories of the village. He was a well known basso profundo and in July 1919 he visited his birthplace after he was demobilised from D.L.I. He had been in the army for three and a half years, seven months of which was spent in the Ypres section before being drafted into a concert party which visited many camps in France and Belgium. He is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a Lance Corporal in the Northern Fusiliers with an enlistment date of March 4,1916.

Wilfred Downs is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a Private in Motor Transport.

Private H.Dufton. There was a H.Dufton in the 1901 Census aged 21 years employed as a fuller. His parents were William and Ruth Dufton. If it is the same person he would have been about 36 years old when he enlisted.  He was listed in the Express ‘Additions’ for November 7 1915. Harry Dufton is listed on the Parish Church ROH. He was a private in the 1/5 Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment and joined up on August 5,1914.

Private Lewis Dyson : He was  a Netherthong lad who was wounded in the war and sent to a base hospital in France. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Private in the 5th.West Yorkshire Regiment who enlisted on November 22, 1916.

William Dyson,b.25/4/1890. is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a driver in the Motor Regiment who joined up on February 28,1916.

Joe Dytch is listed in the Methodist Church ROH. In the 1901 Census he was 14 years old and employed as a piercer.

B.Earnshaw – A S. Earnshaw was listed in the Express for December 1915 as a Scout/ ex-scout in Netherthong Troop serving abroad.

Charles William Eastwood,b.23/11/1881, is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a Squadron Leader in the 2nd.S.A.Rifles.

J.E.Eastwood. In the 1901 Census Ben and Ellen Eastwood ( Brush manufacturer from Netherthong ) are recorded as having two sons, James aged 12 years and John aged 17 years. However in the baptismal records for the Parish Church the youngest son, born on 23/4/1888 and baptised 27/5/1888, was christened James Edmund. His older brother was christened John Broadhurst. He was listed in 9 January 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH. James Edmund appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Corporal in the 1/5 Duke if Wellington Regiment. He enlisted on August 5,1914.

F.Eastwood , b.12/9/1877, – listed in 23 October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH. There is a Frank Eastwood in the Parish Church ROH. He is shown as a Quarter master Sergeant in the Queens Westminster Regiment who joined up on February 21,1915.

Arthur Elliot – Wilshaw – listed in 23 October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH.

Frank Addy Falles – Thongbridge -. The Express in November 1914, reported that Corporal Fallas, a native of Thongsbridge, was fighting with his Regiment, the Kings Own , Yorkshire Light Infantry, at Le Cateau. He wrote to his mother -” I was wounded at Le Cateau and am in hospital there. I was shot through the leg but am now a bit better. I was taken prisoner by the Germans on the day I was wounded. You are allowed to write  back and I have written the address on the other side – do not mention the war or I shall not receive your letter. If you could send me a little tobacco, I shall be very grateful.” He was also  listed in October 23 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH.

John Fawcett is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. As John Richard his name  appears on the Parish Church ROH. He served as a Gunner in the R.F.A. and  joined up on September 22,1916.

Joe Fawcett is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. He was in the Military Police.

Thomas. W. Fieldsend –  Albert Place Thongbridge .In June 1915, the Express listed his name in a ROH for local lads from around the Holme Valley who had recently enlisted in the Huddersfield Battery. He was also listed in the October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH

2nd. Lieutenant C.S.Floyd : Charles Sykes Floyd  was born on 9/9/1885 and baptised on 17/10/1886. His parents were John Peel Floyd Esq. J.P. and Ellen Gaskell of Roseleigh . He was in the 1/5 West Riding Regiment and was wounded for the second time on August 4  by a shell splinter above the knee. Although the wound was not serious he was at No.24 Casualty Clearing Station. In November 1915 the Express  reported that he had attended the 15th. Red Cross Tea  that month. The Parish Church ROH records that he was a 2nd. Lieut. in the Duke of Wellington Regiment who enlisted on October 12,1914.

Eric Gaskell Floyd : He was born on 13/9/86 and baptised on 17/10/86.  He was the younger brother of Charles Sykes Floyd. The Express reported in December 1917 that Quarter Master and Hon. Lieut. E.G.Floyd had been promoted to the rank of Hon. Captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Lieut. in the P.M. R.A.M.C. 2/3 Welsh Field Ambulance and that he enlisted on November 3, 1914.

T.Foster ( Thongsbridge ) : His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army.

Charles William Gill, b.11/1/76 ,is listed on the Parish Church ROH. as a private in the 2/5 Battalion of the Duke of Wellington regiment. He joined up on March 31,1916

Private L.Green. MGC. He was the son of Mr.& Mrs. A.Green, Muslin Hall, Thongsbridge. He was wounded in Mesopotamia. Prior to enlisting two years earlier, he had been the organist at Wooldale Wesleyan Chapel.

George William Haigh, b.16/9/1886,  is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a Gunner in the R.G.A.  who joined up on November 15,1914.

Herbert Haigh appears on the Parish Church ROH . He is recorded as being a Seaman on HMS to PAY.

Driver N. Haigh ;  The only reference I could find in the 1901 Census was of a N. Haigh,  a 14 year old piercer, who was born in Wooldale and was the grandson of Mary Seddon from Cawthorne. A Norman Haigh ( Netherthong ) appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. He is listed in the Parish Church ROH as Norman a Driver for the Royal Field Artillery. He joined on September 10,1914.

William Haigh : Played football for the village team. There are 75 Haighs in the All Saint’s Index of Baptisms and just  one Willie, born 09/11/1883, baptised 06/07/1884 whose parents were Walter and Laura from Honley Moor

 Charles Thomas Joshua Hart is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a Private in the Suffolk Regiment who joined up on  August 1914. On the Baptism Records he is shown as the father of Thomas Charles Hart born on 4/10/1920,

H.HebblewaiteHe was a scout in the NT 

Charles Halle Hellawell is listed on the Parish Church ROH. He was a Private in the New Zealand Mounted rifles and enlisted on September 21,1914.

Gunner Robert Hinchliffe R.F.A.  He was the son of Councillor W.Hinchliffe, Wells Green Netherthong, and the Express reported in October 1917 that he had been wounded in the legs and arm. His name appears on the Parish Church ROD.

Albert Hirst ( Thongsbridge )His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army.

Norman Hirst appears on the Parish Church ROH and is shown as a Gunner in the 168th. Royal Field artillery.

Private Charles Albert Hobson : In the 1901 Census he was 11 years old and the son of William and Ellen Hobson from Outlane.  He was a scout in the NT troop and involved in the United Methodist Church.. As a  Private he joined the 2/5 Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment in March 31, 1916, and in July the Express reported that he was training in the South of England and  had sent a letter to the Patriotic Society thanking them for the gift of a camp knife which reminded him of the village and all the friends he had left behind. He went to France in 1917 and was reported missing on May 3 1917 but later wrote that he was a POW and was in hospital suffering from slight wounds in his head and back. He was in hospital for four months and left to work in an iron foundry in Hamelin before he was released. He had to walk 100 miles to Holland.  He was one of the leaders of the Peace Celebrations march through the village.He returned home in January 1919 and said that the date of May 3 1917 would live long in his memory for it was a day that the 2/5 West Riding Regiment lost many of its soldiers. He added that he  had been badly wounded and removed to a dug-out , which was shelled later on . He thought his pack had saved his life because , as it was full of tins , the shrapnel did not play havoc with him.  He suffered a severe wound to his back and lost consciousness  and when he awoke he was in German hands. He is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. He also appears on the Parish Church ROH.

J.Hobson : In the 1901 Census there is a J.Hobson, aged 20 years employed as a finisher, born in Honley and the son of William and Sarah from the village. In the same Census there is another J.Hobson, a 15 year old wool feeder born in Holmfirth but living in Outlane. Parents were William and Ellen Hobson. A J.E.Hobson  appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army.

A.Hollingsworth ( Thongsbridge ) :  His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. An Allen Hollingworth appears on the Parish Church ROH but without any other details.

Lewis Hollingworth is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a Sergeant in the R.G.A.

Harry Horncastle. The Express reported in July 1916 that the Patriotic Society had received a letter from Harry thanking them for the gift of a camp knife.There was a Harry born on 16 April 1888 and baptised in the Parish Church on 3 June 1888. His parents were James Henry and Ann from the village  and his father was a joiner. The Parish Church ROH  simply lists the name Horncastle with no other information.

Private Charles Albert  Hudson : He was born on 10/11/1894  and was baptised  on 06/01/1895 and his parents were John Henry and Ann  who lived in the village .He was a scout in the NT troop.  His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. In the Parish Church ROH he is listed as a Private in the 9th. Battalion of the Duke of Wellington regiment who enlisted on October 17,1914.

Signaller Charles Albert Hudson : It is highly possible that Albert , also called Charles,  is the same person as Private  Charles Albert Hobson above . The   difference in  army ranks could be due to a promotion.

H.Horner : He was a scout in the NT troop. The Express for December 1915 referred to him as R.Horner.

Booth Hoyle is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 9th. Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment who enlisted on December 21,1914

G.Hoyle – Scout/ ex-scout in Netherthong Troop serving abroad.

Ronald Hoyle is listed on the Methodist Church ROH but there are no further details.

Herbert Kenyon, b.12/7/85,  is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 2/5 Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment. He joined up on March 31,1916.

Private George Kirwin – Thongsbridge. The Express reported in November 1914 that  George , the wounded Thongsbridge postman, continues to improve and expects to go to a convalescent home. He was also listed in the October 23 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry who enlisted on August 4,1914.

Corporal Harry Lawrence : He was born on 1/9/1895 and baptised on 13/10/1895. His parents were Richard and Hannah Elizabeth who lived at Bridge Mill and his father was a Coach-Man. Harry was a scout in the NT troop, attended Holmfirth Technical School and was employed at Huddersfield GPO. He enlisted in November 1915, was the first of the British Troops to go to Italy and spent most of his military life there. In July 1918 he was awarded the Military Medal for gallantry in the course of heavy bombardment of British lines. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH and it adds that he was a Bombadier with the R.G.A.

A.Lawton – Fern GrangeThongsbridge –  In June 1915, the Express listed his name in  a ROH for local lads from around the Holme Valley who had recently enlisted in the Huddersfield Battery. He was also listed in October 28 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH. He is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a Gunner with the 149th.R.F.A.

Ernest Leach –   his name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private who enlisted on January 30,1917 but it does not give his Regiment.

R.Lee. Scout/ ex-scout in Netherthong Troop serving abroad.

Arnold T.Lee – Thongsbridge – His name appeared in the Express ‘Additions’ list in November 20th. 1915.

Dennis Littlewood is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. The 1901 Census gives his age as one year.

William Littlewood is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. The 1901 Census gives his age as six years. His name also appears on the Parish Church ROH but with his christian name written as Wilfred. He was a private in the M.T.A.S.C. who enlisted on February 28,1916

A.Lockwood – Scout/ ex-scout in Netherthong Troop serving abroad. There is a photograph of a Seaman Arthur Lockwood in the Holmfirth Express of March 3 1917 and I have included it below.

Seaman Arthur Lockwood

Harry McHugh ( Thongsbridge )His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. There is an article in the Express for May 22 1915 that reported he was back home on a short leave and had described to the paper some of his experiences after being wounded. He had enlisted in the 2nd. West Ridings Regiment on August 6, 1914, and, after four months training, he was fit for the front. He was wounded in his left thigh and although his wound was much better the bullet/shrapnel was still embedded. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Corporal in the 8th.Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment who enlisted on October 17,1914.

Wm.Hy.McHugh ( Thongsbridge )His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. Possibly brother to Harry. The Parish Church ROH lists him as William Henry. He was a private in the West Riding Regiment.

V. McNish : A F.McNish ( Netherthong )  appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. Maybe same person !! The Express, in February 1915, published a letter from Private McNish. ( no christian name ). The Parish Church ROH gives his christian names as Thomas Vincent but I’m assuming it is the same person. He was a lance Corporal in the 2nd. Home Services Garrison Battery and he enlisted on September 9,1914.

 Corporal A. Harry McQue :  His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. He was born in 1886 and was 25 years old in the 1911 Census. He enlisted in 29/9/15 as Private 14238  in the Duke of Wellingtons Regiment and ended up as acting-sergeant. He first served in the Balkans.

 Private James Henry Marsden :  He was born on 19/4/1895 and baptised on 2/6/1895 and in the 1901 census was listed  as 5 years old, the son of George Henry and Rhoda Mary  Marsden living in the village ( in the Census )  but Oldfield on the baptismal certificate. His father was a cloth finisher. He was a scout in the Netherthong troop.  For five years he  attended Holmfirth Secondary School before proceeding to Sheffield  University in 1912. On the outbreak of war, he enlisted in the Sheffield University Battalion of the York & Lancashire Regiment  and saw service in Egypt and France and  received a promotion to Corporal during the war. He was listed in October 23 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH.  In July 1916, the Express reported that he  had been wounded in the recent offensive and had been admitted to hospital in Birmingham suffering from a bullet wound in his right arm and shrapnel wounds in his left leg. In September they added that he was making steady progress and had been transferred from Birmingham to Royds Hall and had been able to visit Netherthong to see his friends. He was discharged from the army at the end of July 1917 and returned to University and obtained his B.A. with Honours in Modern Languages.  He marched in the Peace Celebrations in the village. The Parish Church lists him as a Corporal in the 12th. Yorks & Lancs regiment  who enlisted on September 14,1914.

Lieut. Harold Matthews was born in Holmfirth but joined the Netherthong Scout Troop in March 1910. He was the first scout in the Huddersfield area to obtain a commission and the first to make the supreme sacrifice. There was a report in the April 3 1915 edition of the Holmfirth Express that the Netherthong Scouts had congratulated their old brother scout, Harold, on being the first scout in the Huddersfield area to obtain a commission. 

Rifleman Ben Moorhouse :   He was baptised on 30/5/1892 to John and Mary from Oldfield ( Dean Brook ) and his father was a weaver.  Ben was in the King’s Royal Rifles and was wounded twice. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH and gives his date of enlistment as November 21,1915.

Fred Moorhouse,b.6/3/88, his name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the M.T.A.S.C. who joined up on May 13,1916.

Vincent Mosley : He was a scout in the NT troop. Listed in October 23 1915 Holmfirth  Express ROH. A James Vincent Morley  is listed on the Parish Church ROH and is probably the same person. He was a private in the 2/8 battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment  and enlisted on September 19,1914.

John Mosley – his name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the North Staffs. who joined up on May 30,1916.

Private Tom Newall :  He was on the staff at the Deanhouse Institute and, after he had enlisted, he sent a letter to the Patriotic Society to say that he was on the headquarters staff at the 4th. Cavalry Brigade. The Minutes of the Deanhouse Institution Committee for February 1916 showed that Newell ( sp?) would be returning to his duties at the Institution as his term of service in the Army was about to expire. The Parish Church ROH lists him as a private in the 3rd. Dragoon Guards who joined up on August 5,1914

Sergeant Herbert Noble, RFA :  He was the son of Mr. Noble the Thongs Bridge station master.The Express for August 1915 reported  that Gunner Noble had been promoted to NCO and had recently been the victim of German gas, although only slightly. In April 1917 his parents received a letter in which was enclosed a certificate of merit which read : To Sergeant Fitter H.Noble, 246th.W & R Brigade, RFA. Your Commanding Officer and Brigade Commander have informed me that you distinguished yourself in the field on the 14th. April 1917. I have read their report with much pleasure. It was signed Major General R.M. Percival.

Corporal Norman North. In the December 15 1916 issue of the Express there was a  report that a long list of awards to officers, NCOs and men for service had been published in the London Gazette. One of the names was Corporal Norman North ( 21 years ), the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur North, Longwood, and formerly of Netherthong.

E.Phipps – Wilshaw – listed in October 23 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH. His name is also on the 1914-1919 Timber Board ROH in the Church of St.Mary the Virgin in Wilshaw.

Private Arthur Preston of Deanhouse., b.28/12/1870. The Express reported in June 1918 that Pt. Preston was in a hospital in Lancashire suffering from severe wounds.  He went to the colours in March 10,1916. He is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. as well as the Patriotic Church ROH , which lists him as a private in the 2/5 Battalion Duke of Wellington Regiment

B.Radcliffe ( Thongsbridge ) :  His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army.

A.Rhodes ( Thongsbridge ) :   His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army.

Corporal Charlie Ricketts : In In the Index of baptisms for All Saints’Church, a Charlie Ricketts was baptised on 25/12/1870 and his parents, Godfrey and Jane, were from Deanhouse with his father being a Clothier. However in the 1901 census, there was a Charlie Ricketts,   listed as 25 years old and married,   who lit the bonfire at Wolfstone Heights at the end of the Peace Celebrations. An anomaly somewhere? His name is on the Methodist Church ROH. His name also appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private with the West Yorks. who enlisted on August 18,1914.

Harry Robert. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH  as a 1st.Air Mechanic  in the Royal Flying Corps who enlisted on May 1,1916.

Albert Roberts. The Holmfirth Express in its May 1915 reported on the very sad death of Albert Roberts of Norridge Bottom. He had been found hanging in the police cells where he had been taken on the charge of being absent from his regiment. After a lengthy inquest, the jury returned a verdict that the deceased had committed suicide by hanging and it was agreed that there was no blame attached to the police. He had been a private in 2/5 (Territorial ) Battalion of the Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment. He was 37 years old and had enlisted in 1914. Prior to that he had been a mason’s labourer and a good worker. He was married with four children.

Herbert Roberts, b.15/10/1884. – his name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the West.Yorks.  who joined up on April 8,1916.

H.Robinson – Could he be the H. Rollinson below ??

Harry Rollinson – Thongsbridge – Listed in 23 October 1915 Express ROH.

Joe A Rollinson : Thongsbridge.  in the 1901 Census, he was four years old and the son of George and Lucy Rollinson from Mount Pleasant. In June 1915, the Express listed his name in  a ROH for local lads from around the Holme Valley who had enlisted in the Huddersfield Battery.  He was also listed in the October 23  1915 Express ROH. ( in this list there is a J.A.Rolinson and a J.A.Rollinson – typo error ? ). He is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a Gunner in the R.F.A.

Captain J. Rogers : The only reference I could find was for a J.Rogers  who was born in 1866 at Torphichen. He was married to Isabella for 20 years , was residing in Netherthong in 1911 and was the manager of a woolen spinning company. Although he would have been in his late forties when war started ,  it might explain why he was a captain. The first time his name appears is in the Express in November 7 1914 when it gave a list of the persons from the Netherthong Parish who were serving. His name appears again in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. In  the October 23 1915 Express ROH, he is listed as Major and from Thongbridge. His name did not appear again until April 1919 when the Express reported that there was a contest for a single seat in the District Council Elections. Major Roberts ( spelling? ), who had been heavily engaged with the army whilst he was a member of the Council, was the retiring representative and seeking re-election. ( His opponent was Mr.Ogden who was described as a Co-operative candidate and who won the seat with 111 votes). The Parish Church  lists a Major J.Rodgers from the West Riding regiment.

Private Lewis Russell. The Express in August 1916 reported that Lewis, a motor driver in the Army Service Corps, had sent an interesting letter to the Patriotic Society all about his journeys. In October the Working Men’s Club reported that they had appointed Mr.J.T.Jackson as their representative on the Patriotic Society in place of  Lewis Russell  who was serving abroad.His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the M.T.A.S.C. who enlisted on July 20,1916.

Joe Russell. He is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a driver with the Royal Engineers who enlisted on April 15,1916.

Ben Russell. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the M.T.A.S.C. who joined up on November 14,1916.

Private Herman Sanderson. He was 8 years old in the 1901 census  and his parents were Arthur and Jane who lived at Lower Hagg. He was wounded in the war and sent to a base hospital in France. He had three older brothers, Herbert 22, Brook 19, who died in the war and is on the village ROH, and Harold 13. His name is on the Methodist Church ROH. He also appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 2/5 Battalion of the Duke of Wellington regiment who enlisted on march 14,1916

Harold Sanderson is listed on the Methodist Church ROH.

G.Scholfield ( Thongsbridge ) :   His name appears in the list of   soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. His parents were George and Jane from Deanhouse.

Sam Schofield , b.12/10/1889. His name appears in the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 4th. Battalion Duke of Wellington Regiment and he enlisted on November 16,1916

Harold.Seddon , b.7/1/1889. His name appears in the Parish Church ROH  as a Seaman in the Royal Naval Barracks.

H.Senior ( Thongsbridge ) :   His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. There is a Harry Lindley Senior in the baptismal records of the Parish Church who was born on 4/5/1889 and baptised on 7/7/1889.  His parents were George and Jane from Deanhouse and his father was a Dyer.

Gunner Senior. The Express reported in July 1916 that a Gunner Senior of 135th. Siege battery had written to the Patriotic Society thanking them for the gift of a camp knife , saying that it was doing its duty and had opened lots of tins. I am not sure how he relates to the names above.

Private Arthur Sewell  : He was a former Deanhouse resident and was reported wounded and missing. He was the son of Mrs. A. Sewell, formerly of the Cricketer’s Arms Public House in Deanhouse.

Private Wm.Sewell of the West Riding Regiment was the brother of Arthur Sewell .  The Express reported in August 1917 that he had   been wounded twice and, after treatment, had again gone back to France.

J.Shaw. In the 1901 Census there was a Joe Shaw, aged 15, working as a piercer. He was born in Meltham to John and Lydia Shaw who lived in Netherthong.

Arthur James Shaw is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a Lance Corporal in the 3rd.Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment. He joined on October 17,1914.

George E.Shaw is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. In the 1901 Census he was six years old.

Private John Shore .  The Express in April 1918 started a new column titled ” Echoes of the Battlefield ” . In April 20 it reported that a Private John Shore from the village had been wounded and was in a hospital abroad. It added that he had only been at the front for a few weeks.

W.Shore ( Thongsbridge ) :   His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH, issued January 9 1915, serving in the Army. Also in the 23 October 1915 Holmfirth  Express ROH. His name appears in the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 2nd.Battalion MGC.

Wm. Shore – Thongsbridge- Listed in  23 October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH.

Private Norman Smith : Another one of the soldiers who sent a letter from the front to the village. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Corporal in the 1/5 Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment who enlisted on December 19,1914. It also records that he was a military medallist.

E.Spenser ( Wilshaw ) :   His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. There is an Edwin Spenser on the stone/marble 1914-1918 ROH in the church of St.Mary the Virgin in Wilshaw.

Private Walter Stacey.  A letter was received in August 1918 from Walter, son of Mr.Walter Stacey of Muslin Hall, who had been reported missing between May 27-30. He said that he was a P.O.W. and was quite well.

Harry Stott appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 1/7 Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment who enlisted on August 3,1916.

Wright Stott is listed on the Parish Church ROH  as a private in the 2/4 Royal Scottish Fusiliers who joined up in May 1915.

Pt. Harry Swallow. No.77684,C Co., 10th.Platoon,1/7 Durham Light Infantry. In June 1918, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Swallow of Deanhouse received an official message that their son,Harry aged 19, had been reported missing on May 27. The last letter from him that they had received was at the beginning of May. His brother, Frank, was killed in action on August 14, 1917 and his name is on the village ROH. He returned home in January 1919.

Arthur Ronald Sykes : In the 1901 Census he was 7 years old and his parents were Arthur and Martha of Netherthong. The Express reported in October 1918 that he had been wounded and was in hospital in England. He appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 11th.Kings Liverpool Regiment who enlisted on October 23,1914. He is listed on the Methodist Church ROH with the same Regiment.

Private Ronald Sykes. There is a Ronald Sykes who was born on 27/6/96 and baptised on15/8/97 at All Saints and his parents are listed as William Isaac and Ada Ann from Lindley, with his father being a Book-keeper. He sent a letter from ‘somewhere’ in Belgium  to the village about his experiences. His age differs from the Arthur Ronald above.??

Bernal Sykes. The Parish Church ROH lists him as a Captain in the K.O.Y. Light Infantry who joined in 1912.

Gunner Eddie T. Sykes Gunner Eddie Sykes from Deanhouse was gassed and lost his eyesight in August 1917 although the Express did add that it might be temporary. He was a scout in the NT troop and an apprentice with Lawton & Hogley, painters and decorators, Holmfirth . He joined the 168th. Holme Valley Battery and was later transferred to the 175th. Battery. A Edward Timothy Sykes appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Signaller in the R.F.A. who joined in May 1915.

Herbert Oswald Sykes is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. In the 1901 Census his age is given as 22 years. He is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a private in the Northumberland Fusiliers who joined up on June 14,1916. His name also appears on the Methodist Church ROH. 

Lieutenant Keith Sykes.  There was a Lieutenant and Adjutant K.Sykes 1/5 Battalion of  the Duke of Wellington Regiment of the Holmfirth Company of West Riding . The Parish Church ROH lists him as a Captain with the M.C. who signed up in 1912.

J.Sykes (1855 ) ( Netherthong ) :   His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army.

Lewis Sykes. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 2/5 King’s Own Scottish Borderers who enlisted in March 4,1916.

Tom Sykes, b.10/5/1887.. His name is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a private in the Lincolnshire Regiment who joined on July 17,1916.

Private Harry Swallow.  In August 1918, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Swallow of Deanhouse received a message from their son Harry of the DLI that he was a POW. He started his letter – I am just dropping a line or two to let you know I am alive  and well but am still in bed ( an indication that he had been wounded ).

E.Thacken (2489 )  Wilshaw :  Listed in  23 October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH.

Private Chas. Rockley Tinsdeall. The Express printed the following report  in January 1919 about Private Rockley.  ” He was the son of Mrs. Alfred Tinsdeall of Deanhouse, and had been reported missing from the ranks of the West Yorkshire Regiment during the latter part of April 1918. He returned home from Germany on January 18, 1919, aged 20. Before he joined up he was one of the youths serving behind the counter at Messr. Wallace’s shop in Victoria Street. Apparently he was wounded at the time of his capture but appeared to have fared better than his relatives expected, although it was evident that he had suffered through lack of food.

T.Thorpe ( 1086 ) – Wilshaw –   Listed in  23 October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH

N.Thorpe ( 2583 ) Wilshaw :   Listed in  23 October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH.

Pt. Chas Buckley Tinsdall. The Express reported in June 1918 that Mrs. Alfred Tinsdall of Deanhouse had received a communication card from her son saying that her son had been wounded and was a P.O.W. He was first reported missing on April 25.

Private Brook Turner : The Express reported that Mr. & Mrs. A.E.Turner of Deanhouse had received a postcard through the Red Cross Society that their son Brook, of the D.L.I., who had been reported missing on May 27, was now well and a P.O.W. in Germany. In his last letter home he related that he had just had a narrow escape from drowning whilst bathing and being ” fished out ” when going down for the third time. He returned home in January 1919.

H.Turton – Wilshaw – Listed in 23 October 1915 Holmfirth Express ROH

J.Wadworth – He was a scout in the NT troop.

Private Harry  Walker (27878) ,: He was the son of the late Mr.& Mrs. Young Walker and, before joining up he was a teamer for Joseph Woodhead & Co., grocers of Giles Street. He enlisted in August 1916 at the age of 20 and was attached to the Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment  and had come over to France in January 1917.He had been reported ‘ missing’ since May 3 1917, but had written  a field card  to his sister on April 30 saying he was alright. His friend Signaller C.A.Hudson said he had seen him in the trenches shortly before coming home on leave. On May 19  1917 he sent another field card saying that he was a P.O.W. in Germany. He returned home in January 1919. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH  as a private in the 3rd. Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment with his enlistment date being August 14,1916.

A.Walton ( Thongsbridge ) :   His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army.

Driver E.A.Ward : He wrote a letter from the front which was read out at a patriotic Society meeting. Spenser Allen ward is listed in the Parish Church ROH as a driver with the R.F.A. who joined up on January 2,1915

Willie Webster  : His name appears in the list of soldiers in the Holmfirth Express ROH issued January 9 1915 serving in the Army. He is listed in the Parish Church ROH as William, a private in the 9th. Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment who joined up on October 17,1914. (There is  a John Webster on the War Memorial in the Town Square who was his brother.)

Joseph Whitehead appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the Prince of Wales Own who enlistedon July 15, 1916

Gunner Harry Wilkinson. The Express in August 1916 reported that the Patriotic  Society had received a letter from him thanking them for the gift of a camp knife. His brother, David, was fatally wounded at Gallipoli 12 months earlier. He is listed on the Methodist Church ROH. His name also appears on the Parish Church ROH as a Gunner in the R.F.A. who enlistedon July 14,1916.

Private Tom Wilkinson :  Haigh Lane, Deanhouse.  Before enlisting he was employed at Deanhouse Mills and was associated with the Wesleyan Chapel and the WMC, He served with the  Duke of Wellington Regiment  was wounded in the thigh and was in base hospital in France.  The Express reported in July 1916,  that he had sent a letter to the Patriotic Society saying the the gift of a camp knife ‘was just the thing he needed.’ The Express reported in September 1918 that he had been wounded again, this time in the back and foot. and was in Dewsbury Hospital. His name appears on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the 1/5 Battalion of the Duke of Wellington Regiment who joined up on March 28,1915

Arnold Wimpenny – Express October 30 1915- Addition list. He was born on July 27 1992 and  baptised in the Parish Church on  August 28 1992. His parents were Albert and Ann from Upper Bridge. He is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a Bombadier in the R.F.A. who joined up on June 4,1915.

Evelyn Wood. He is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a private in the R.A.M.C. He enlisted on October 14,1916. He was not baptised in the Parish Church but is shown as the father to Stanley Wood, b.27/11/1927, and twins Nancy and Tony on 24/12/1931.

Private J.B.Wood –  He was the son of Mr.J.W.Wood, Vickermans Buildings ThongsBridge and, before enlisting, had worked at Rock Mills, Brockholes. The Express in June 1917 reported that he was listed as missing  and the following month added that his family had received a letter from him saying that he was a prisoner of war but was in the best of health and unwounded.

Corporal Tom Wood, b.24/3/1875.  In the 1901 Census he was  listed as 26 years old, working as a wool drier. The Holmfirth Express reported in April 1915 that Sergeant Tom Wood, after a brief spell at home, had returned to military duty. In a letter to J.T.Jackson he said that he was helping to guard the railways and had caught a German spyAt the Peace Celebrations the Holme Valley Band  was conducted by Corporal Wood.He is listed on the Parish Church ROH as a Corporal in the Royal Def.Corps.

 

 

 

 

Read more about Netherthong and the wars…

Netherthong Baptisms & Burials- reference only

The following details of baptisms and funerals for the three churches that formed the religious life of the inhabitants of Netherthong for so many years are available In the Archive Section of Huddersfield Library . The entries are in alphabetical order and were compiled by the Huddersfield & District Family History Society.

Wesleyan Chapel : Baptisms  – 1784 – 1956. 

Wesleyan Chapel : Index of Burials : 1862 – 1940.

Zion Chapel : Baptisms – 1875 – 1981.

All Saints Parish Church : Index of Burials – 1830-1939

Netherthong- WW1 Centenary 2018 – Link to details of local soldiers

2018 is the centenary of the end of World War 1. I have updated my original Chapter on the local lads who served in that War and all their details are in the  following Chapter :

Netherthong & its WW1 heroes. Chapter updated 2017.

The reason for having this abbreviated  new chapter is ,that when you log onto the website,  it will show up as the latest chapter and hopefully interest you to go to the linking Chapter.

Netherthong and the Holmfirth Floods

The history of the various floods that occurred in the Holme Valley and Holmfirth is well documented and it is not the purpose of this chapter to re-visit that information. However those floods must have impacted in numerous ways on  the inhabitants of Netherthong. Some may have had friends or relatives in the stricken areas, many  helped to raise funds for flood relief , others would have traveled down New Road to see if they could be of any assistance and others would have gone simply just to ‘look’. 

The involvement would have more likely to have been on the days following the Great Flood of 29 May 1944, which was at its worst between 6.30pm and 7.00pm. It occurred  just over 73 years ago, so if there are any eye witnesses living today they would have been children or teenagers at the time.  However many years ago, when I first started researching and writing the history of the village, I interviewed a lovely lady who lived in one of the cottages in Outlane. Her name was  Nancy Millican and, among the items of local history she shared with me,  she said that she remembered having gone to the theatre in Holmfirth on that Whit-Monday with her mother and returning home along the Huddersfield Road and seeing the waters flooding down the roads . They were near enough to New Road not to be in any real danger.

It would have made great copy if she had said that the floodwaters chased them, lapping at their heels all the way and that they just managed to get to New Road and scramble up the hill to safety with the waters trying to suck them back down….. 

A recent visitor to the website, Margaret H, supplied me with some super photographs of the village and the school and also eight photographs of Holmfirth, two taken before the flood and six afterwards.  I make no apologies for including them in this chapter as they may stir the memories of any remaining Netherthongians in the 80-year bracket. The villagers set a target of raising £200 for the Flood Relief Fund by organising various events.

 

Victoria Park before the flood.

 

Victoria Square before the flood

 

Hollowgate showing flood damage

 

Hollowgate showing flood damage

 

Flood damage to Lower Mills

 

Market Walk flood damage

 

Victoria Square and Towngate flood damage

 

Victoria Bridge flood damage

All Saints Church – register of all the graves in the graveyard

This  chapter, September 2017, lists all the graves in the churchyard of All Saints Church with the surname, christian name, age, burial date, section location and where applicable the letters WH or EV for each one.

WH refers to an inmate of the Deanhouse Workhouse.
EV refers to evacuee.

My thanks to Yvonne Hutson and the Church Council for supplying the information.

There are 2466 graves in the churchyard and I have listed the numbers occurring for each letter of the alphabet along with the most common names where appropriate.
A : 40
B : 343 Beaumont 31 : Bray 23 : Brook 26.
C : 150 Charlesworth 20
D : 120 Dyson 39
E : 43 Eastwood 16
F : 67
G : 114 Greenwood 15
H : 322 Haigh 34 : Hinchliffe 21 : Hirst 48 : Hobson 57
I : 7
J : 43
K : 67 Kaye 21
L : 82
M : 171 Mallinson 37 : Mellor 26 : Moorhouse 19
N : 33
O : 11
P : 76 Platt 17
Q : 3
R : 128 Roebuck 24
S : 264 Sykes 52 : Shaw 19 : Scholfield 20 : Sanderson 23
T : 83 Taylor 25
U : 1
V : 2
W : 276 Wilson 17 : Wimpenny 37 : Wood 40 : Woodhead 41

I have attached the Graveyard section plan below, It is upside down but it makes more sense if you are standing in front of the church with New Road on your left.

Surname First name Age Burial - day Burial - month Burial - year Section Buried Source
A Man (Unknown) 60? 10 OCT 1882 R 44 WH
A Man (Unknown) 50 ? 18 FEB 1892 E 5 WH
Abbett John 85 12 FEB 1943 N 13 EV
Abrams John 92 23 JUN 1900 O 93 WH
Adams Charles 89 29 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
Ainley Ann 67 13 AUG 1889 R ? WH
Airey Herbert Frank 66 23 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Alderson Thomas 85 7 AUG 1942 R 1A EV
Allsop Sarah 93 17 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Alsop Edith 7 MTHS 2 JUN 1887 C 7
Alsop Annie 36 10 JUN 1902 C 7
Alsop Dora 56 21 FEB 1940 M 69
Alsop Arthur 76 22 JUN 1940 C 7
Alsop Kenneth 11 22 JAN 1942 ?
Alway Alfred Earl 70 31 JAN 1923 M 14
Alway Emma 71 25 AUG 1927 M 14
Alway Fred 60 29 OCT 1940 M 69
Alway James Francis 75 12 FEB 1957 M 14
Alway Stillborn Child 19 OCT 1959 ?
Ambler James 72 5 SEP 1895 ? WH
Andrews Hannah 61 30 SEP 1920 R 48 WH
Anelill Isabella 79 20 MAY 1891 S 40 WH
Archer Robert 56 5 OCT 1912 O 35 WH
Archer Sarah Jane 26 29 DEC 1917 N 5 WH
Armitage Ben 69 13 SEP 1882 R 50 WH
Armitage James 86 5 AUG 1890 S 32 WH
Armitage William 57 4 JUL 1891 S 40 WH
Armitage Arthur 41 21 APR 1898 O 41 WH
Armitage Jonas Robert 62 20 OCT 1915 N 55 WH
Armitage Harold 56 1 APR 1920 R 53 WH
Armitage Norman Leslie INFANT 5 JAN 1922 F 56
Armitage Harold Leslie 37 18 APR 1923 F 56
Armitage William 83 2 JUN 1924 R 12 DH
Armitage Alfred 73 3 JUN 1929 O 2 DH
Armitage Elizabeth 83 2 NOV 1956 P 12
Armitage Mabel 75 14 MAR 1963 F 56
Armstrong Jonas 34 2 JUN 1885 C 32
Arthur Phoebe 91 28 NOV 1941 R 40A EV
Ashurst Laura Ann 75 22 FEB 1962 M 58
Askham Mary 83 12 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Aspinall Walter 2 9 FEB 1891 L 86
Babbings John William 72 14 APR 1928 M 55
Babbings Fanny 82 12 MAY 1942 M 55
Bailey Jane 60 22 SEP 1893 ? WH
Bailey Ronald 10 15 DEC 1908 ?
Bailey Royal 8 MTHS 25 OCT 1910 OLD GROUND
Bailey George 45 2 JAN 1915 OLD GROUND
Bailey John 64 31 MAY 1917 N 15 WH
Bailey Sarah Ann 73 21 SEP 1938 OLD GROUND
Bailey Henry Francis 86 7 MAY 1943 N 4 EV
Baker Thomas 80 6 APR 1902 O 84 WH
Baker Lousia Elizabeth 70 7 JAN 1941 F 49 EV
Baker Ellen 93 20 MAR 1941 S 25 EV
Baker George 68 31 AUG 1944 N 47 EV
Baker Jesse 89 2 DEC 1944 ? EV
Baldwin Martha Ann 66 4 AUG 1934 OLD GROUND
Ball Amelia 82 18 OCT 1944 N 3
Balls Rebeca 88 20 JUN 1945 N 48 EV
Balmforth Mary 70 23 AUG 1915 N 65 WH
Balmforth Joseph 76 18 JAN 1919 S 27 WH
Bamforth Emma 43 11 AUG 1883 R 20 WH
Bamforth Robert 69 5 DEC 1911 O 55 WH
Barber Mary A 61 7 NOV 1889 R ? WH
Barber George 77 10 JAN 1900 O 72 WH
Barber Allen 80 6 MAR 1906 O 44 WH
Barber William 75 27 JAN 1941 S 25 EV
Barden Rose Hannah 35 21 JUN 1895 OLD GROUND WH
Barker James Riley 68 8 MAR 1918 S 48 WH
Barnby Annie 65 2 OCT 1972 I 53
Barnes Thomas 80 1 SEP 1925 R 7 DH
Barraclough David 82 17 FEB 1888 R ? WH
Barratt William 69 5 APR 1887 R ? WH
Barrett Thomas 69 24 AUG 1942 R 1A EV
Barrett Caroline 78 22 JAN 1943 Q 41A EV
Barron Mary Annie 55 9 JAN 1943 N 19
Barron Or Bearon Evelyn 72 25 MAY 1960 N 19
Barrowclough Herbert 71 27 MAY 1954 G 82
Barrowclough Elizabeth Hannah 89 25 JUL 1972 G 82
Barrowclough James Known As James Bray 65 12 AUG 1916 ?
Barth Ellen Rosina 80 26 OCT 1954 H 71
Bates Elizabeth 63 26 SEP 1912 O 35 WH
Baths Annie 86 9 APR 1917 N 25 WH
Batley Thomas Leonard 15 10 APR 1905 C 40
Batley John 66 2 JUN 1914 C 40
Batley Mary Ellen 77 28 NOV 1929 C 40
Batley Ruth Annie 74 27 MAY 1952 G 22
Batley John Oswald 68 21 MAR 1956 H 22
Batley Annie 80 4 APR 1960 C 40
Batley William Edward 84 13 SEP 1962 G 22
Batley Sarah Jane 90 13 JUL 1966 C 40
Batley Gertrude 82 22 FEB 1972 H 22
Batley Beryl 46 21 NOV 1973 H 22
Batley Amy Isobel 75 3 JAN 1976 C 40
Batley Brook 94 28 NOV 1980 C 40
Battye George 61 10 DEC 1877 R 41 WH
Battye George 61 10 DEC 1877 R 41
Battye William 81 26 JUL 1882 R 50 WH
Battye Charles 60 16 JUL 1891 N 51 WH
Battye Elisha 72 17 JAN 1902 O 84 WH
Battye Ruth 84 19 MAY 1905 N 94 WH
Battye Alfred 18 DAYS 18 APR 1908 ?
Battye John 50 17 OCT 1933 M 83
Battye Martha Hannah 69 10 FEB 1950 M 83
Battye Eileen May 61 8 NOV 1986 G 64
Baxter Geoffrey INFANT 12 MAR 1929 OLD GROUND
Beadle Fanny 70 6 FEB 1942 R 22A EV
Beale Alice 68 17 FEB 1942 R 16A EV
Beanland James Hodgson 73 21 JUN 1978 H 43
Beanland Alice Ann 81 25 MAY 1988 H 43
Beard William 43 12 JUN 1876 N 51
Beard William 43 12 JUN 1876 N 51
Beardsell (Or Battye) James 72 8 JUN 1912 O 45 WH
Beaumont Sarah 63 23 AUG 1878 R 29 WH
Beaumont Ellen 28 23 AUG 1878 L 36
Beaumont Sarah 63 23 AUG 1878 R 29
Beaumont Ellen 28 23 AUG 1878 L 36
Beaumont Henry 26 2 DEC 1879 D 1
Beaumont Henry 26 2 DEC 1879 D 1
Beaumont Adam 60 1 APR 1882 R 56 WH
Beaumont Adam Sykes 48 19 JUL 1882 C 11
Beaumont James Arthur 20 10 OCT 1882 C 43
Beaumont Jonas 57 24 APR 1885 R ? WH
Beaumont John 73 17 AUG 1885 R ? WH
Beaumont John 69 19 NOV 1888 C 43
Beaumont Annie 5 MTHS 24 NOV 1891 C 33
Beaumont John 89 11 JAN 1895 N 61 WH
Beaumont Joe 60 25 JUN 1895 OLD GROUND WH
Beaumont Mary 74 14 AUG 1898 C 43 WH
Beaumont William 56 24 JUN 1899 O 92 WH
Beaumont Sarah Ann 60 21 MAR 1900 L 36
Beaumont William 49 2 APR 1902 O 84 WH
Beaumont William Hirst 67 7 AUG 1902 F 15
Beaumont Abraham 56 28 OCT 1905 L 36
Beaumont Sarah Ann 70 26 DEC 1906 VAULT
Beaumont Edward 79 26 FEB 1913 O 15 WH
Beaumont Emma 69 23 SEP 1913 C 11
Beaumont John 72 30 JAN 1915 E 69
Beaumont Mary 82 3 MAY 1918 S 57 WH
Beaumont Martha Ann 66 14 MAR 1927 R 3 DH
Beaumont Elizabeth 68 20 JAN 1931 O 23 DH
Beaumont Elizabeth 88 19 JAN 1932 E 69
Beaumont Emma 38 14 MAY 1934 C 33
Beaumont Hannah Wilson 59 22 DEC 1936 C 11
Beaumont Grace 70 17 MAR 1939 C 33
Beaumont Emmeline 65 24 FEB 1943 N 29
Beaumont Hanson 76 27 MAR 1945 C 33
Beaumont Tom 69 5 JUL 1946 N 29
Beckett George Thomas 83 23 JUN 1943 N 4 EV
Beddow-Arnth John Joseph 65 3 JUL 1942 R 1A EV
Bedford Eliza 60 25 AUG 1924 M 16
Bedford Joshua 63 15 MAY 1924 R 12 DH
Bedford Tom 72 31 MAR 1932 M 16
Bee Sarah Ann 86 22 JAN 1943 N 3
Beedle William Thomas 49 16 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Beever Elizabeth 34 20 DEC 1879 R 4
Beever Elizabeth 34 20 DEC 1879 R 4
Beever David 77 7 APR 1883 R 26 WH
Beever Joseph 78 9 SEP 1896 S 37 WH
Beever John 61 19 SEP 1900 O 94 WH
Beever Ethel 44 21 JAN 1936 F 41
Beever Anne Eliza 73 13 MAR 1939 OLD GROUND
Beevers Walker 34 18 JUN 1900 E 54
Beevers Harry 51 1 DEC 1910 O 85 WH
Beevers Tom 58 18 JUL 1918 E 54
Bell Herbert 49 28 MAY 1891 S 40 WH
Bell Adam 90 15 JAN 1892 D 7 WH
Bell John 85 19 JUN 1905 N 94 WH
Bender Philip 81 24 JUN 1942 R 6A EV
Bennett George 71 26 JAN 1895 N 61 WH
Bennett William 80 11 AUG 1898 O 51 WH
Bentley Charles 73 29 JAN 1914 N 95 WH
Bentley Jack Lazenby 26 30 MAR 1939 P 30
Berry Charles 73 8 JUN 1883 R 20 WH
Berry Jonas 82 13 MAY 1902 O 74 WH
Berry Mary Ann 83 3 FEB 1908 N 54 WH
Biddle Richard 75 2 AUG 1910 N 84 WH
Billtcliffe Emma 81 12 NOV 1955 L 20
Biltcliffe Herbert 61 6 JUN 1939 L 20
Biltcliffe Kathleen 53 2 MAR 1959 L 20
Binder Herman 69 12 JUNE 1945 N 48 EV
Bingham Henry 65 AUG 5 1893 D 5 WH
Birch John 70 19 FEB 1878 R 41 WH
Birch John 70 19 FEB 1878 R 47
Black Sydney Somersall 76 14 DEC 1959 D 33
Black Helen Theodora 65 9 DEC 1959 D 33
Blackburn Martha Ann 73 20 MAR 1946 M 50
Blackburn Fred 74 14 MAY 1952 ?
Blackburn Edith Emma 72 25 AUG 1956 F 27
Blacker Benjamin 69 24 NOV 1896 N 31 WH
Blakey Isaiah 71 27 MAY 1884 Q 49 WH
Blanch James 88 3 MAY 1943 M 94
Bloomfield James George 67 30 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Bobbitt George Alfred 85 25 SEP 1940 F 57 EV
Bontoft Carl Albert 7 HRS 15 NOV 1940 ?
Boon Joseph 80 15 AUG 1946 N 68 EV
Booth John 68 8 OCT 1877 R 41 WH
Booth John 68 8 OCT 1877 R 41
Booth Joseph 53 22 DEC 1879 R 1 WH
Booth Joseph 53 22 DEC 1879 R 1
Booth Edith Ellen 21 20 AUG 1900 L 54
Booth Eliza 85 25 JAN 1905 O 4 WH
Booth Tom 54 21 OCT 1911 O 55
Booth John 56 17 OCT 1912 OLD GROUND
Booth Sarah 47 19 AUG 1913 L 63
Booth William 58 2 JUN 1914 N 85 WH
Booth Fanny 59 17 JUL 1918 L 34
Booth Hannah Maria 56 5 JAN 1923 L 93 WH
Booth Joe 65 2 JAN 1928 N 6 DH
Booth Alec INFANT 10 FEB 1931 L 63
Booth John 78 10 FEB 1940 L 93
Booth William 81 22 MAR 1950 L 63
Booth Esther Annie 60 6 MAR 1957 L 63
Booth Harry 69 25 APR 1963 L 63
Booth Matthew 70 4 NOV 1892 D 29 WH
Boother Emma Jane 81 5 JUN 1945 N 48 EV
Boothroyd Joseph 41 1 DEC 1884 C 25
Boothroyd Dan 65 12 FEB 1885 R ? WH
Boothroyd Jabes 52 14 OCT 1892 D 29 WH
Boothroyd James 74 12 DEC 1913 O 15 WH
Boothroyd Sarah Jane 70 12 DEC 1918 S 27 WH
Boothroyd Gladys Ivy 1 MTH 19 MAR 1920 OLD GROUND
Boothroyd Ellen 53 23 APR 1921 M6
Boothroyd Lucy Ann 83 18 AUG 1924 OLD GROUND
Boothroyd Joyce Linnette 7 24 SEP 1928 OLD GROUND
Boothroyd Sarah Ann 71 24 JUN 1931 M 58
Boothroyd Joe Higgingson 73 7 APR 1934 M 58
Boothroyd Mary Alice 51 1 APR 1939 ?
Boothroyd Jane 63 28 OCT 1947 M 100
Boothroyd John Edward 72 9 NOV 1955 M 100
Bottomley John 61 23 JUL 1895 L 41
Bottomley Robert 19 15 MAR 1896 L 41
Bottomley Martha 59 11 JUL 1900 L 44
Bottomley Hannah 62 2 JUN 1902 L 41
Bottomley Samuel 82 23 AUG 1904 O 14 WH
Bottomley Joseph 74 18 OCT 1904 L 44
Bottomley Joseph 76 26 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Bower William 74 28 DEC 1875 R 52 WH
Bower William 74 28 DEC 1875 R 52
Bower Charlotte 24 4 APR 1883 C 31
Bower Ester 23 21 FEB 1887 C 31
Bower Tom 40 10 JUN 1891 S 40 WH
Bower Herbert 19 11 NOV 1891 E 5
Bower Cornelius 75 13 FEB 1896 S 30 WH
Bower Ellen 64 25 AUG 1899 C 31
Bower Tom 83 12 FEB 1913 F 43
Bower Mary 90 30 AUG 1924 F 43
Bower Martha 73 9 MAR 1927 E 27
Bowers James 61 18 AUG 1895 C 31
Bowles Gomer Austin 42 27 MAY 1953 G 62
Boyd James 48 28 JUN 1886 R ? WH
Brabbs Harriet 86 28 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Brackenbury Harry 1 9 JAN 1881 D 14
Brackenbury Henry 59 16 JAN 1896 C 58
Brackenbury Josephine 68 22 FEB 1911 C 58
Brackenbury Emma 55 13 JAN 1922 C 58
Bradbury Edith 25 31 JUL 1899 O 82 WH
Bradford John 2 2 DEC 1883 N 92
Bradley William 69 30 DEC 1887 R ? WH
Bradley Henry 73 11 MAR 1901 O 94 WH
Bradley Fred 49 2 JUN 1917 M5
Bradley Ruby INFANT 27 FEB 1928 M 5
Bradley Ada 64 6 JUN 1930 M 5
Bradshaw Henry 93 25 NOV 1941 R 40A EV
Bray George 25 26 DEC 1894 F 8
Bray George 70 24 OCT 1894 N 21 WH
Bray Emily 27 30 SEP 1898 F 8
Bray Mary Jane 40 6 MAY 1904 F 8
Bray Elizabeth 70 23 OCT 1905 N 94 WH
Bray Lily 20 24 JAN 1906 B 3
Bray Sarah 38 29 DEC 1908 ?
Bray John Edward 76 19 SEP 1908 F 44
Bray Joseph 82 25 AUG 1909 ?
Bray Edwin 79 31 DEC 1909 N 82 WH
Bray Emily 16 26 JUN 1909 ?
Bray Jane 74 11 JAN 1912 F 44
Bray George 1 MTH 30 NOV 1915 OLD GROUND
Bray Alice 52 2 MAY 1932 OLD GROUND
Bray Mary Ellen 71 22 FEB 1933 M 98
Bray Arthur 40 28 FEB 1935 M 98
Bray Albert 59 13 MAY 1940 OLD GROUND
Bray William Gordon 57 20 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Bray Elizabeth Ann 56 28 JUN 1962 I 32
Bray George 62 17 JUL 1965 I 32
Bray Albert Edward 70 1 FEB 1975 H 83
Bray Ruth Hannah 67 12 FEB 1976 H 83
Bray Reginald 67 18 AUG 1977 H 63
Bray Edith 83 30 AUG 1996 H 63
Brennan Mary Jane 70 20 OCT 1920 R 48 WH
Bretton Mary Alice 19 3 AUG 1897 L 65
Bretton Emily 65 11 NOV 1929 M 38
Bretton Isaac 69 26 DEC 1935 M 38
Bretton Alice 81 1 MAR 1941 B 3 EV
Bretton Walter 66 29 MAR 1941 N 89 EV
Bretton Martha 73 31 JUL 1947 M 89
Bridgwood Mary 64 10 NOV 1898 O 51 WH
Brigg Dinah Elizabeth 47 12 MAY 1934 P 24
Brigg Albert 71 14 JUN 1958 P 24
Brigg Walter 8 MTHS 8 NOV 1881 M 81
Briggs George 57 15 FEB 1879 R 23 WH
Briggs George 57 15 FEB 1879 R 23
Briggs Emma 48 9 MAY 1891 L 66 WH
Briggs Lizzie 30 18 JAN 1940 P 8
Brindle Mary 65 14 DEC 1891 D 7 WH
Britton Martha 77 6 DEC 1900 L 65
Britton William 78 14 MAY 1900 L 65
Britton Reuben 44 14 MAY 1901 B 3
Britton Charles 39 1 1902 L 65
Britton Martha 80 6 JAN 1907 ?
Britton Sarah Jane 73 15 DEC 1932 L 65
Broadbent Annie 70 7 NOV 1889 N 72
Broadbent James 81 31 MAR 1890 S 46 WH
Broadbent Lucy Ellen 14 3 MAR 1909 VAULT
Broadbent Walter 5 20 OCT 1910 F 26
Broadbent William 69 22 DEC 1912 L 53
Broadbent Edward 67 7 MAR 1918 S 48 WH
Broadbent Hannah 79 21 AUG 1922 L 53
Broadbent Alice 66 26 APR 1930 F 26
Broadbent Edwin 73 23 MAR 1932 OLD GROUND
Broadbent Green 73 11 SEP 1935 F 26
Broadbent Sarah Ellen 76 8 JAN 1941 OLD GROUND
Broadbridge Henry 71 13 MAR 1885 R ? WH
Broadhead Mary 57 22 JAN 1876 R 46 WH
Broadhead Mary 57 22 JAN 1876 R 46
Broadhead Sarah 63 4 MAR 1896 S 30 WH
Broadhead Eliza 63 28 MAR 1907 OLD GROUND
Brodie Charles Fred 5 12 APR 1876 L 17
Brodie Charles Fred 5 12 APR 1876 L 17
Brodie Stephen 79 17 JUL 1920 L 17
Brodie Mary Mellor 70 8 JAN 1924 L 17
Brook Joseph 68 12 MAR 1880 R 1 WH
Brook Joseph 68 12 MAR 1880 R 1
Brook Eli 80 11 DEC 1882 R 44 WH
Brook John 73 9 JAN 1885 R ? WH
Brook George 88 26 JAN 1886 R ? WH
Brook Fred 7 MTHS 16 JUL 1889 N 82
Brook Mary Ellen 35 7 JUL 1891 C 45
Brook Samuel 51 11 JUN 1891 S 40 WH
Brook Elizabeth 55 17 DEC 1895 ? WH
Brook Jane 57 2 MAR 1901 O 94 WH
Brook Willie 10 13 MAR 1901 N 82
Brook Ethel 1 MTH 14 APR 1904 D 32
Brook Priscilla 64 6 DEC 1904 O 14 WH
Brook Jonathan 76 17 OCT 1904 O 14 WH
Brook Donald 4 5 OCT 1905 ?
Brook Margaret 68 29 DEC 1906 ? WH
Brook Jane 63 16 MAY 1908 ?
Brook William 68 8 APR 1909 O 3 WH
Brook Wright 64 4 1911 ?
Brook Annie 64 21 JAN 1918 OLD GROUND
Brook Albert 66 18 JAN 1919 OLD GROUND
Brook Hannah 77 12 MAR 1929 O 2 DH
Brook Contance 19 2 JAN 1931 OLD GROUND
Brook Winifred 19 11 JUL 1933 OLD GROUND
Brook Fred 78 13 OCT 1944 N 47 EV
Brook John William 72 29 DEC 1948 G 51
Brook Sarah Eliza 78 21 DEC 1957 ?
Brook Edith 90 22 SEP 1994 G 51
Brooke Amelia Ann 44 10 FEB 1920 R 54 WH
Brooke Emma 80 5 FEB 1932 L 96
Brooke William 78 5 APR 1883 R 26 WH
Brower Mary 80 11 AUG 1883 R 14 WH
Brown Margaret 82 16 FEB 1883 R 32 WH
Brown Margaret 88 6 MAY 1899 O 92 WH
Brown Grace 31 JAN #VALUE! 1901 O 94 WH
Brown Sarah 83 15 MAR 1905 N 94 WH
Brown Emma 77 19 AUG 1909 O 13 WH
Brown Mary 80 3 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Brown Edna May 48 8 DEC 1955 H 12
Buchanan Hannah Maria 81 24 OCT 1925 E 24
Buckley Alfred 42 28 FEB 1880 M 7
Buckley Alfred 42 28 FEB 1880 M 7
Buckley Henry 72 APR 24 1881 M 7
Buckley Harriet 71 7 FEB 1885 M 7
Buckley Alice 2 23 NOV 1896 L 46
Buckley Michael 36 12 APR 1900 O 62 WH
Buckley Harriet 42 26 AUG 1900 L 96
Buckley Mary 79 22 JUN 1913 L 46
Buckley Law 80 3 DEC 1916 ?
Buckley Walter 62 4 JUN 1921 R 48 WH
Buckley David 73 31 JAN 1923 L 96
Buckley Sarah Ellen 66 30 DEC 1933 L 96
Buckley Alfred 73 8 JAN 1949 G 12
Buckley Rockley 87 8 MAR 1951 L 96
Buckley Jane Elizabeth 89 13 JUL 1967 G 12
Buckley Alice 83 19 JAN 1989 G 12
Budmoe James John 71 10 FEB 1942 R 16A EV
Burgess Mary Ann 68 15 JUN 1892 C 36 WH
Burgess Margaret 52 1 MAR 1984 G 44
Burke John 72 29 JUN 1942 R 6A EV
Burns Mary 70 15 JUN 1901 O 94 WH
Burtlett Henry 49 16 AUG 1895 D 25 WH
Burton Amelia 84 19 APR 1909 O 3 WH
Burton Mabel Lilian 20 MTHS 24 OCT 1914 ?
Butterfield Edward 53 15 AUG 1877 R 47 WH
Butterfield Edward 53 15 AUG 1877 R 47
Butterworth Thomas 77 17 DEC 1904 N 41 WH
Butterworth Nancy Mary 18 23 APR 1930 M 48
Butterworth Seth Dyson 74 26 MAR 1953 M 48
Butterworth Jane Annie 88 2 FEB 1967 M 48
Butterworth William Geoffrey 74 13 SEP 1985 M 48
Cain Joe 78 28 MAY 1885 R ? WH
Calvert John 23 13 AUG 1941 R 51A EV
Calvert Malcolm Percy 54 28 MAR 1996 H 24
Calvert George 69 24 JAN 1885 R ? WH
Canney William 55 20 JUN 1895 OLD GROUND WH
Carter Mary 79 13 MAR 1909 O 13 WH
Carter Annie 72 24 MAR 1909 O 3 WH
Carter James Armitage 83 10 APR 1926 OLD GROUND DH
Cartwright Elizabeth 77 20 JAN 1891 S ? WH
Cartwright William 71 13 JAN 1894 C 45
Cartwright Allen 78 7 JUN 1897 O 21 WH
Cartwright Martha 81 5 SEP 1903 C 45
Cartwright John 80 15 JAN 1904 0 34 WH
Cartwright Jane 65 10 FEB 1915 N 75 WH
Cartwright Moorhouse 60 18 MAY 1920 F 34
Cartwright Douglas INFANT 26 MAY 1921 F 48
Cartwright William Henry 71 5 FEB 1926 M 47
Cartwright Sabina 71 19 DEC 1932 F 34
Cartwright Hannah Elizabeth 89 9 MAR 1942 M 47
Cartwright Harry 61 7 AUG 1946 F 48
Cartwright Beatrice 71 25 JAN 1959 F 48
Castle Mary 74 25 JUN 1898 O 41 WH
Castle Richard Hawkswoth 83 4 FEB 1957 OLD GROUND
Castle Annie Elizabeth 83 6 APR 1959 OLD GROUND
Cato Thomas 80 10 MAR 1908 N 54 WH
Chadwick Edward 65 18 JUL 1898 O 51 WH
Chakman Henry 74 11 MAY 1891 S 47 WH
Chappell Sarah 50 15 NOV 1883 C 56
Chappell Lucy 84 9 JUN 1891 C 56
Chappell Martha 64 24 AUG 1898 F 9
Chappell Joseph 68 11 FEB 1904 F 9
Chappell Harold 19 18 OCT 1905 F 9
Chappell Thomas 76 4 AUG 1919 C 56 WH
Charlesworth Elliot 68 19 JUN 1876 R 34
Charlesworth Elliot 68 19 JUN 1876 R 34
Charlesworth John 68 7 JUN 1882 R 50 WH
Charlesworth Alice 27 20 MAY 1887 N 71
Charlesworth Martha 68 24 OCT 1890 D 23
Charlesworth William 72 28 MAR 1899 E 6
Charlesworth Nathan 78 31 MAY 1903 D 23
Charlesworth Rebecca 77 18 MAY 1904 E 6
Charlesworth James Wimpenny 58 24 JAN 1913 D 23 WH
Charlesworth Helen 14 13 APR 1916 OLD GROUND
Charlesworth James 64 6 NOV 1916 H 13
Charlesworth Benjamin 4 3 APR 1917 ?
Charlesworth George 74 5 JUL 1919 R 54 WH
Charlesworth Fred 42 8 OCT 1919 OLD GROUND
Charlesworth Millicent 69 9 FEB 1923 F 13
Charlesworth John 57 5 JAN 1925 M 24
Charlesworth Joe 69 17 MAR 1927 ?
Charlesworth Vivienne INFANT 15 1933 C 14
Charlesworth James William 66 24 MAR 1941 M 79
Charlesworth Emma 70 14 NOV 1945 OLD GROUND
Charlesworth Alice 80 26 JAN 1951 M 24
Charlesworth Alice 80 5 JUN 1951 M 79
Charter Charles 74 28 SEP 1920 R 48 WH
Charters Thomas 75 9 JAN 1941 F 49 EV
Chatham Charles 26 7 JUL 1885 R ? WH
Cheetham Fredrick 50 12 MAY 1891 D 17
Child William Alfred 18 MTHS 17 FEB 1890 D 35
Chittenden Emily 84 11 APR 1941 S 13 EV
Church Florence 75 14 NOV 1944 N 47 EV
Clark Arthur 75 25 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Clarke Caroline 24 28 JUN 1879 R 11 WH
Clarke Caroline 24 28 JUN 1879 R 11
Clay Robert 59 9 JAN 1928 N 6 DH
Clay Matilda Susan 81 1 OCT 1943 N 17 EV
Clayton Ada 79 15 JUL 1940 B 42
Clegg Esther 53 2 MAY 1883 R 26 WH
Clegg Charles 74 28 MAR 1904 O 24 WH
Clegg Simon 77 22 FEB 1926 R 2 DH
Clegg Charles 74 26 MAY 1948 N 20
Clegg Harriet Hannah 87 8 MAR 1962 N 20
Clements Emily 88 6 MAR 1942 R 16A EV
Cleworth James 81 20 JAN 1894 C 4
Cloke Alfred 76 3 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
Coats Thomas 72 3 NOV 1887 R ? WH
Cockin Jane 69 9 1912 B 33
Cockin George 63 16 DEC 1903 B 33
Cocking John 70 12 JAN 1887 R ? WH
Cocking Florence 12 30 OCT 1893 B 33
Cockroft Winifred 80 10 JAN 1940 P 34
Coffey Mary Ann 84 25 APR 1946 N 68 EV
Coker David 21 7 MAY 1976 H 73
Coldwell Martha 72 21 JUN 1888 D 27
Coldwell John 74 1 MAY 1920 R 53 WH
Coldwell Harry 66 13 DEC 1946 M 60
Coldwell John William 64 1 JUL 1948 N 40
Coldwell Julia 61 22 JUN 1956 H 42
Coldwell Mary Jane 79 20 JUL 1963 N 40
Coldwell John 84 18 OCT 1978 H 42
Cole Jonathan 77 23 JUL 1926 Q 47 DH
Collins Ann 66 6 JUN 1908 N 54 WH
Collins Arthur 52 26 JUN 1911 O 65 WH
Collins K A 30 16 JAN 1937 L 39
Collins Thomas Arnold 66 30 MAR 1937 L 39
Collins Julia 81 17 FEB 1942 R 16A EV
Collins Ellen 78 5 AUG 1960 L 39
Compton William 71 29 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Connolly James 80 15 JUL 1929 N 93 DH
Connor James 70 15 APR 1903 O 54 WH
Conolly Michael 63 9 DEC 1892 D 4 WH
Cook Dorothy 68 1 APR 1879 R 23 WH
Cook Dorothy 68 1 APR 1879 R 23
Cook Sam 46 21 MAR 1886 C 13
Cook Mellew 28 24 JAN 1895 C 13
Cook Ann 89 4 OCT 1899 O 82 WH
Cook Mary Hannah 30 3 SEP 1900 C 13
Cook Clara 36 23 APR 1912 C 13
Cook Sarah Ann 90 3 JUL 1930 C 13
Cook Eliza 65 16 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Cooney Sarah 68 13 OCT 1925 R 2 DH
Corlaw Thomas 82 7 MAR 1893 D 14 WH
Cotteril Thomas 87 18 MAY 1920 S 3 WH
Coward Reuben Hubert 72 7 MAY 1988 G 74
Cowgill Joseph 76 14 FEB 1890 O 11 WH
Cox Alice Mabel 43 18 MAY 1928 P 2
Cox Minnie 63 1 JUN 1973 I 33
Cox Ada Ellen 88 10 MAY 1966 I 33
Coxhead Walter 68 2 JUL 1959 H 72
Coxhead Marion 55 30 OCT 1964 H 72
Cragan John 79 4 MAR 1942 R 16A EV
Crocker Florence 80 13 APR 1942 P 2 EV
Crockett Ada 71 26 JUL 1945 N 58 EV
Crookes Thomas 73 5 SEP 1912 VAULT
Crookes Mary 75 5 JAN 1922 OLD GROUND
Croseley Mary Ann 70 23 AUG 1904 O 14 WH
Cross Fred 57 4 DEC 1925 R 2 DH
Crossley Eliza 90 20 OCT 1888 R ? WH
Crossley Sarah 60 5 JAN 1891 S ? WH
Crow Daw 88 22 SEP 1888 R ? WH
Crowther James Henry 23 24 JUL 1876 R 28 WH
Crowther James Henry 23 24 JUL 1876 R 28
Crowther Mary Jane 20 14 NOV 1879 R 6 WH
Crowther Mary Jane 20 14 NOV 1879 R 6
Crowther John 2 21 MAR 1880 C 54
Crowther Ann 49 25 MAY 1883 R 20 WH
Crowther Alfred 66 7 JUL 1884 N 51
Crowther Harold Ernest 1 3/4 YRS 18 MAY 1884 C 48
Crowther Joseph Henry 21 1 OCT 1885 C 48
Crowther James 73 14 NOV 1887 R ? WH
Crowther Mary 18 16 JAN 1889 C 48
Crowther Henry 66 17 APR 1890 S 39 WH
Crowther Grace 49 31 JUL 1892 C 48
Crowther Arthur 21 20 JUN 1895 C 48
Crowther John 67 16 JUN 1904 C?
Cullum Joseph 55 4 SEP 1915 N 55 WH
Cummings Charles 81 23 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Cundall Jane 63 10 FEB 1917 N 25 WH
Cunniffe John 79 3 MAY 1926 Q 47 DH
Curtis Joseph 66 17 SEP 1943 N 7 EV
Cusnway Samuel 86 21 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Cuttell John 86 4 JUL 1885 R ? WH
Cuttell Emily 21 9 MAR 1902 B 13
Cuttle Elizabeth 78 19 MAY 1920 S 3 WH
Daniel Jack 29 11 OCT 1951 H 1
Daniels Alice 59 31 MAR 1943 ?
Davenport William 64 6 JUN 1944 N 37 EV
Davis Thomas 48 15 JUN 1894 D 62 WH
Davis Sarah 90 16 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Davis Rose Hannah 79 3 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Dawson Louisa 26 31 AUG 1895 L 46
Dawson Sarah 75 9 FEB 1918 N 34 WH
Dawson Annie 49 13 MAR 1925 R 7 DH
Dawson Edith Mary 97 28 NOV 1973 I 21
Day William 43 25 JAN 1916 F 6
Dean Thomas 75 13 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Deane Emma 80 1 MAY 1945 N 48 EV
Dearden ? 80 5 APR 1949 M 2
Dearnley Benjamin ? 31 JAN 1878 L 11
Dearnley Benjamin 31 JAN 1878 L 11
Dearnley Thomas 51 23 APR 1880 E 10
Dearnley Sarah 52 3 MAR 1881 D 2
Dearnley Martha Ann 30 25 FEB 1882 L 11
Dearnley Sarah Ann 46 21 OCT 1883 M 41
Dearnley Sarah 63 26 APR 1892 E 10
Dearnley Clara 59 1 JUL 1893 D 5 WH
Deasy James 85 25 JUL 1884 Q 49 WH
Delaney John 39 28 DEC 1925 M 33
Denton James 65 28 OCT 1905 N 94 WH
Denton Mary Ann 58 30 APR 1928 L 98
Denton Wilfred 88 6 AUG 1957 L 98
Deoitt Ellen 69 7 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Dewey Amelia 88 13 NOV 1944 N 23
Dick Oliver Hobson 2 HRS 12 APR 1994 Q 33
Dickinson Ernest 16 MTHS 26 MAR 1885 VAULT
Dickinson Edith Vera 23 MTHS 4 DEC 1895 VAULT
Dickinson Alice 4 22 JAN 1896 VAULT
Dickinson William 48 17 JUN 1897 VAULT
Dickinson Mary Ann 69 22 MAY 1925 ?
Dickinson Mary 46 11 AUG 1927 M 43
Dickinson Selina 67 10 JUL 1942 R 1A EV
Dickinson Alan 46 13 DEC 1956 N 40
Dickinson Frank 75 4 JAN 1958 G 11
Dixon Morwenna Louise 4 27 AUG 1907 ?
Dixon Gerald 4 10 FEB 1916 ?
Dixon Morwenna Heath 63 7 SEP 1944 ?
Dixon Arthur 75 11 AUG 1949 OLD GROUND
Dixon John Terence 19 16 AUG 1952 G 52
Dixon John Philip 70 1 SEP 1977 G 52
Dixon Jane Winifred 90 7 JUL 1997 G 52
Dodson John 86 18 JAN 1900 O 72 WH
Dolan Mary 64 10 APR 1896 S 30 WH
Dollive Henry 78 13 FEB 1904 B 23 WH
Donegan Arthur 89 14 JAN 1944 N 37 EV
Donkersley Hannah 65 11 OCT 1909 ?
Donkersley Sarah Elizabeth 80 6 NOV 1939 L 39
Donkersley John 83 6 APR 1940 L 30
Donkersley Ada 60 9 MAR 1948 L 30
Douglas Mary Ann 78 25 JAN 1944 N 37 EV
Dove Rose Jane 69 25 MAR 1941 S 13 EV
Downey John 67 28 FEB 1946 N 58 EV
Downing Richard 55 14 JUL 1881 C 24
Downing Mary Ann 86 3 1943 N 4 EV
Dransfield Henry 85 25 JUL 1890 S 39 WH
Dransfield George 63 25 JUN 1907 N 64 WH
Dransfield Oscar 49 13 SEP 1918 S 27 WH
Drury Patrick 78 3 JAN 1896 ? WH
Drury Mary 46 23 JUL 1937 M 87
Drury James Joseph 48 4 MAY 1938 M 87
Drury Eliza 83 30 MAY 1945 N 48 EV
Dryden Alfred 71 12 OCT 1918 S 27 WH
Dryden Valerie 55 15 NOV 1993 H 4
Duffy Ellen 69 24 MAR 1883 R 32 WH
Dugdale William 73 13 MAR 1876 R40 WH
Dugdale William 73 13 MAR 1876 R40
Duggleby Arthur Robert 52 11 JUN 1937 L 79
Duncan Charles 90 6 MAR 1893 C 42 WH
Dunn Martha 81 29 AUG 1941 R 52A EV
Dwyer Edward 67 20 SEP 1943 N 7 EV
Dyson Emma 79 12 AUG 1913 L 5
Dyson Georgiana E M 69 17 JAN 1914 OLD GROUND
Dyson James 78 12 OCT 1915 L 5
Dyson Frances 86 18 APR 1916 L 32
Dyson Alice 72 13 NOV 1917 E 44
Dyson John Morehouse 78 21 MAR 1918 OLD GROUND
Dyson John 71 15 DEC 1920 R 48 WH
Dyson William Fredrick 55 22 OCT 1921 R 36 WH
Dyson Judith Ann 54 21 JUN 1922 L 45
Dyson Margaret 81 5 FEB 1927 R 3 DH
Dyson Sarah 59 21 JUN 1928 M 8
Dyson Benjamin 79 31 DEC 1930 OLD GROUND
Dyson James 69 6 FEB 1930 L 32
Dyson Albert 56 9 DEC 1933 L 43
Dyson Clara 73 7 JUN 1933 OLD GROUND
Dyson Edward 75 19 JUL 1938 M 8
Dyson Joe 55 16 JUL 1942 L 70
Dyson Jane 75 22 DEC 1945 M 8
Dyson Edith Mary 67 19 OCT 1956 L 70
Dyson John Henry 72 30 JAN 1957 L 70
Dyson Thomas 75 6 JUL 1966 L 70
Dyson Elizabeth 62 28 OCT 1979 H 33
Dyson Walker 76 28 OCT 1979 H 33
Dyson John Thomas 6 1/2 28 MAY 1876 L 15
Dyson John Thomas 6 1/2 28 MAY 1876 L 15
Dyson George 81 3 APR 1881 C 55
Dyson John 74 6 DEC 1881 Q 36 WH
Dyson William 48 18 JUN 1883 L 15
Dyson James 50 19 JAN 1884 L 45
Dyson Sarah 84 15 NOV 1884 C 55
Dyson Law 64 28 AUG 1886 R ? WH
Dyson Eleanor Frances 47 14 APR 1888 E 44
Dyson Mary Edith 24 24 AUG 1888 L 32
Dyson Emma 48 7 SEP 1889 L 45
Dyson Benjamin 78 23 MAY 1893 L 32
Dyson Harriet 66 8 AUG 1895 D 25 WH
Dyson Hannah 61 18 APR 1899 L 15
Dyson Emma 57 28 FEB 1901 C 55
Dyson Mary Ann 55 7 NOV 1902 OLD GROUND WH
Dyson Hannah 72 19 JAN 1904 E 41
Dyson Emily 25 17 DEC 1905 L 45
Dytch Benjamin 18 MTHS 15 NOV 1882 L 33
Dytch David 48 20 AUG 1894 L 33
Dytch Mary Ann 52 23 SEP 1900 L 53
Dytch Hannah 71 17 OCT 1916 L 33
Dytch Emma 87 14 MAR 1938 L 53
Dytch Martha Hannah 62 21 JAN 1952 OLD GROUND
Dytch Joe 67 4 JUL 1953 OLD GROUND
Earnshaw Tedbar 78 5 OCT 1877 R 41 WH
Earnshaw Tedbar 78 5 OCT 1877 R 41
Earnshaw Harriet 67 13 MAR 1901 E 68
Earnshaw Alfred 49 3 MAY 1904 O 24 WH
Earnshaw Fanny 86 4 JUL 1906 ? WH
Earnshaw John 75 12 SEP 1906 E 68
Eastwood Emma 11 MTHS 8 DEC 1894 B 32
Eastwood Joseph 78 9 NOV 1897 O 31 WH
Eastwood Robert Hamworthy 42 25 MAR 1898 B 32
Eastwood Joe 50 3 AUG 1905 B 32
Eastwood Thomas 72 16 MAR 1912 OLD GROUND
Eastwood William 77 4 APR 1921 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Ellen 73 7 JAN 1922 ?
Eastwood Catherine 80 7 JUN 1926 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Elizabeth 91 7 JAN 1928 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Ann 81 5 JUL 1930 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Ben 86 22 JUL 1931 OLD GROUND
Eastwood John Broadhirst 48 23 FEB 1932 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Mary 44 25 JUL 1935 B 32
Eastwood Winifred 48 30 JAN 1937 OLD GROUND
Eastwood Ann 82 28 SEP 1939 N 8
Eastwood Ellen 80 28 FEB 1967 N 8
Eastwood May 89 17 AUG 1973 OLD GROUND
Edwards Ann 77 23 AUG 1890 S 32 WH
Edwards Richard 88 14 AUG 1893 D 5 WH
Edwards Mary Ann 65 23 AUG 1915 N 65 WH
Edwin James 78 7 NOV 1889 R ? WH
Eldridge Alice 79 6 JAN 1942 R 22A EV
Ellam Martha Ann 67 17 APR 1913 O 15 WH
Ellis James 45 29 FEB 1888 R ? WH
Ellis John 77 10 DEC 1892 D 4 WH
Ellis John 76 10 FEB 1892 E 5 WH
Ellis Lydia 91 23 MAY 1904 O 24 WH
Ellis Thomas 76 22 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Ellis Jane 68 27 MAR 1909 O 3 WH
Ellis William 69 26 FEB 1918 N 34 WH
Ellis Robert Malcolm 3 26 AUG 1944 N 49
Ellis Margaret 39 19 SEP 1959 N 29
Ellis James 82 20 NOV 1997 G 25
Ellis Marion 88 16 OCT 1997 G 25
Ellison Fanny 69 17 APR 1925 R 7 DH
England Hilda 78 21 JUN 1967 ?
England George Wordsworth 88 4 MAR 1974 OLD GROUND
Evans Mary J 91 14 MAR 1941 S 19 EV
Fallas Randall 59 21 APR 1952 H 31
Fallon Catherine 69 9 JUL 1883 R 20 WH
Farrand Mary Ann 5 19 MAY 1890 M 17
Farrand Ann 83 30 NOV 1977 H 53
Fawcett John 60 16 AUG 1911 C 34
Fawcett Janet 71 16 DEC 1927 C 34
Fawcett Hanson 64 29 JAN 1955 H 91
Fawcett Edith 71 22 MAY 1958 H 91
Fearnley Samuel 70 30 AUG 1883 R 14 WH
Feversham Joseph 38 12 AUG 1920 S 9 WH
Field Hannah 85 7 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Field Joseph 80 22 MAR 1952 H 21
Field Anna 88 10 SEP 1963 H 21
Finnigan James 74 26 OCT 1880 Q 46 WH
Firth Mary 67 8 MAR 1909 O13 WH
Firth Herbert 52 3 JUL 1917 N 15 WH
Fisher Luke 71 15 APR 1890 S 39 WH
Fisher Maria 85 4 FEB 1891 S 47 WH
Fisher Sarah 68 28 MAR 1892 D 2 WH
Fisher Norman 28 28 OCT 1918 L 3
Fisher Alice 76 20 AUG 1934 L 3
Fisher John 84 24 JUL 1940 L 3
Fisher Florence 60 15 AUG 1942 L 80
Fisher Edith Alice 67 14 FEB 1951 L 3
Fisher Luke 79 26 JAN 1953 M 30
Fisher Francis 86 18 MAR 1969 L 80
Fitton Charles 63 30 JAN 1882 Q 36 WH
Fitton Ben 40 26 JAN 1883 R 38 WH
Fitton Joseph 73 11 AUG 1891 D 17 WH
Fitton George 68 1 JAN 1894 B 42
Fitton Benjamin 44 23 OCT 1899 B 8
Fitton Sarah 88 24 JAN 1912 B 42
Flaherty James ? 2 1923 R 24 WH
Flanagan Michael 65 31 MAY 1884 Q 49 WH
Fleetwood Joseph 65 6 AUG 1885 C 42 WH
Fleming James 61 29 JAN 1918 N 34 WH
Fletcher Henry 71 20 JUN 1901 O 94 WH
Floyd Edgar 1 WEEK 7 JUL 1877 E 36
Floyd Ruth 25 7 JUL 1877 E 36
Floyd Edgar 1 WEEK 7 JUL 1877 E 36
Floyd Ruth 25 7 JUL 1877 E 36
Floyd Leonard Gaskell 3 7 NOV 1885 ?
Floyd Cecil Peel 37 23 JAN 1919 E 36
Floyd John Peel 73 27 FEB 1920 E 36
Floyd Ellen Gaskell 83 21 FEB 1934 E 36
Flynn Mary 73 3 DEC 1890 S ? WH
Flynn Thomas 88 26 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Foulger Elizabeth 84 18 SEP 1951 N 60
Foulkes Thomas 52 31 DEC 1892 D 8 WH
Fowler George 66 23 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Fowles Thomas 79 30 JUL 1942 R 1A EV
Fox John 31 27 FEB 1876 N 81
Fox John 31 27 FEB 1876 N 81
Fox Mary 84 22 MAR 1876 R 40 WH
Fox Mary 84 22 MAR 1876 R 40
Fox Herbert 7 WKS 14 AUG 1882 M 71
Fox Bridget 51 10 OCT 1889 R ? WH
Fox Mary Ann 50 31 OCT 1901 O 84 WH
Fox Ellen 55 3 AUG 1923 R 18 WH
Fox Ernest 68 4 OCT 1945 N 58 EV
France Sam 69 29 DEC 1882 R 38 WH
France Mary 83 12 APR 1905 N 94 WH
France Mary 83 29 AUG 1955 ?
Francis Betty 87 17 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Freeman Paul Stanley 3 MTHS 1 JUL 1942 R 6A
French Abraham 55 6 SEP 1927 N 6 DH
Fretwell Matthew 69 14 JUL 1908 N 44 WH
Fretwell Anna Maria 85 12 MAR 1945 N 38 EV
Fry William 63 8 1929 P 6 WH
Gallaghaw John 37 2 OCT 1895 ? WH
Galloway Amy Isalbella Vera 49 16 JUL 1937 ?
Galloway Amelia Sarah 82 27 SEP 1941 L 99
Galloway William Dawson 58 5 1948 L 99
Galloway Norah Waterhouse 98 1 JUL 1995 L 99
Gamer Eliza 51 26 FEB 1892 C 27
Gardiner Sarah 93 23 DEC 1942 Q 41A EV
Gardner John 84 11 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Garlick Charles 70 8 MAR 1910 O 11 WH
Garlick Harry 67 20 JUN 1922 R 24 WH
Garlick David 76 7 MAY 1959 H 62
Garlick Alice Ann 77 21 FEB 1967 H 62
Garner Mary 26 2 JUN 1906 N 84 WH
Garner William Watson Crossley 71 5 SEP 1906 C 27
Garner Betty 71 10 JAN 1920 R 54 WH
Garner Martha Ann 77 12 FEB 1940 M 59
Garner Joseph 78 30 JUN 1943 M 59
Garnet Mary Ann 93 21 NOV 1906 N 84 WH
Garnett Edward 23 10 OCT 1879 D 7
Garnett Edward 23 10 OCT 1879 D 7
Garnier Thomas 69 18 DEC 1876 R 22 WH
Garnier Thomas 69 18 DEC 1876 R 22
Garrett Henrietta 69 4 MAR 1921 R 48 WH
Garside Sarah 43 18 OCT 1888 C 57
Garside Ann 74 9 MAY 1927 M 46
Garside Ben 74 24 NOV 1931 M 46
Gartery Charles Henry 70 13 JUN 1936 M 93
Garvey Jabina 72 15 AUG 1894 N 11 WH
Garwood Sarah Ann 69 4 JAN 1927 R 3 DH
Gatey John 87 10 MAR 1944 N 37 EV
Gawkrodger Lavinia 43 19 SEP 1887 R ? WH
George Mary Patricia 8 1 MAY 1929 M 18
George Samuel Alfred 89 23 JUN 1943 N 4 EV
Ghalliner Ester Drew 88 26 MAR 1952 N 70
Gibson Joseph 35 18 MAR 1879 R 23 WH
Gibson Joseph 35 18 MAR 1879 R 23
Gibson Emily 54 1 FEB 1913 O 35 WH
Gibson George 68 5 OCT 1917 N 5 WH
Gilbert George 73 2 JUN 1944 N 37 EV
Giles Blanche Margaret 76 18 JUL 1947 N 68 EV
Gill Benjamin 80 28 MAR 1876 R 40 WH
Gill Benjamin 80 28 MAR 1876 R 40
Gill Joe 30 26 FEB 1881 D 8
Gill Benjamin 72 26 NOV 1881 N 51
Gill Ellen Ann 41 22 FEB 1884 C 44
Gill Henry Alfred 49 25 FEB 1884 C 38
Gill Hugh 9 MTHS 8 JUL 1884 C 44
Gill Miram 45 25 FEB 1885 C 44
Gill Alice 5 11 OCT 1885 C 44
Gill Hobson 15 4 NOV 1887 C 44
Gill George 22 20 OCT 1889 C 44
Gill Jonas 21 10 JUL 1891 C 39
Gill James 68 1 FEB 1893 D 8 WH
Gill Ruth 60 MAR 1 1894 B 37
Gill Alfred 63 1 JUN 1896 B 37
Gill Hannah 73 23 MAY 1907 C 38
Gill Sydney 4 MTHS 2 OCT 1915 ?
Gill Henry 49 11 NOV 1924 L 2
Gill Sarah 77 11 FEB 1939 C 38
Gill Edwin 71 9 JAN 1947 ?
Gill Esther Ann 79 30 JUN 1951 ?
Gill Charles William 81 7 DEC 1957 C 39
Gill Jemima 84 31 DEC 1957 M 70
Ginger Elizabeth 93 30 JUL 1942 R 1A EV
Gladden Walter 72 21 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Gladwin Dan 49 31 MAY 1912 O 45 WH
Gledhill Joseph 22 16 MAY 1878 R 35 WH
Gledhill Joseph 22 16 MAY 1878 R 35
Gledhill Joseph 63 11 SEP 1894 N 11
Gledhill Sarah 84 30 MAR 1911 O 85 WH
Glenson Michael 63 11 JAN 1897 N 31 WH
Goddard Sarah Elizabeth 70 27 NOV 1915 N 55 WH
Goddard John Edward 50 2 AUG 1937 L 29
Goddard Mary Hannah 77 31 JAN 1939 L 29
Goddard Hilda Eveline 54 29 JUL 1946 L 29
Godley Jane 50 13 JAN 1900 O 72 WH
Goldthorpe Allen 29 23 DEC 1886 R ? WH
Goldthorpe Abraham 76 15 JUN 1889 L 76
Goldthorpe Alfred 49 19 MAY 1900 O 93 WH
Goodacre Hannah 79 14 SEP 1893 ? WH
Gould John 66 10 AUG 1920 S 9 WH
Graham Martha 59 4 JUN 1901 E 13
Graham Henry 62 18 DEC 1902 S 13
Graham John Henry 69 21 SEP 1936 E 13
Graham Charlotte 87 25 FEB 1942 R 22A EV
Grange Harry 30 5 OCT 1926 R 3 DH
Grant John 50 4 JUN 1901 O 94 WH
Greaves Dick 64 2 MAR 1907 N 74 WH
Green Mary Ann 71 20 APR 1912 O 45 WH
Green Laura Jane 60 9 MAY 1928 N 6 DH
Green Mary Ann 74 13 FEB 1929 O 2
Green William 83 23 JUN 1944 N 47 EV
Green Lyndia 73 9 JUN 1892 C 36 WH
Green Sylvester 53 14 JUN 1918 S 41 WH
Green Annie 52 6 JUN 1922 F 40
Greenaway Annie Marie 82 13 NOV 1942 Q 46A EV
Greenwood William 2 MTHS 4 APR 1876 L 47
Greenwood William 2 MTHS 4 APR 1876 L 47
Greenwood Mary 54 21 OCT 1887 D 47
Greenwood George 72 20 JUN 1892 D 47
Greenwood Walter 62 24 MAR 1898 L 47
Greenwood Ellen 67 7 MAR 1908 L 47
Greenwood Kate 36 11 OCT 1909 L 47
Greenwood Emma 75 20 MAY 1914 N 85 WH
Greenwood George 55 18 AUG 1917 L 74
Greenwood Harry 56 6 JUN 1925 M 27
Greenwood Connie INFANT 23 AUG 1929 E 65
Greenwood Irvine 59 5 JAN 1943 L 90
Greenwood Randal 73 28 OCT 1953 L 74
Greenwood Alice 72 21 SEP 1957 L 90
Greenwood Alice 63 10 OCT 1965 L 85
Greenwood Sabina Elizabeth 87 28 APR 1967 M 27
Gregg Jemmina 83 5 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Grigg George Henry James 78 6 OCT 1942 Q 46A EV
Groom Robert 66 27 AUG 1935 P 32
Guinon Thomas 69 9 NOV 1892 D 29 WH
Gunn Annie Loreen 64 1 JUL 1911 O 65 WH
Gunnings Julia ? 1 JUL 1918 S 34 WH
Gyte Peter 78 28 SEP 1888 L 66
Gyte Rhoda 82 9 MAY 1891 L 66 WH
Hadfield Fredrick 59 19 NOV 1917 N 5 WH
Haigh Thomas 85 15 NOV 1876 R 22 WH
Haigh Thomas 85 15 NOV 1876 R 22
Haigh William 55 19 JUN 1877 R 47 WH
Haigh William 55 19 JUN 1877 R 47
Haigh George 61 16 SEP 1878 N 11
Haigh George 61 16 SEP 1878 N 11
Haigh Robert 54 1 APR 1879 R 23 WH
Haigh William 75 23 APR 1879 R 17 WH
Haigh Robert 54 1 APR 1879 R 23
Haigh William 75 23 APR 1879 R 17
Haigh Charlotte 60 8 FEB 1880 N 11
Haigh Charlotte 60 8 FEB 1880 N 11
Haigh Sam 80 30 SEP 1881 Q 41 WH
Haigh Henry 61 10 JAN 1882 Q 36 WH
Haigh Benjamin 78 13 DEC 1883 R 9 WH
Haigh Lyndia 67 27 MAY 1884 Q 49 WH
Haigh Thomas 68 31 MAR 1885 R ? WH
Haigh George 82 7 JUL 1886 R ? WH
Haigh Joseph 70 11 MAR 1887 D 28
Haigh William 67 25 FEB 1888 R ? WH
Haigh Fanny 70 29 JUL 1890 S 32 WH
Haigh Arthur Donald 8 MTHS 15 MAR 1894 D 62
Haigh James 75 1 MAR 1895 L 76 WH
Haigh Elizabeth 67 28 APR 1896 C 21 WH
Haigh Thomas 2 12 FEB 1898 L 85
Haigh Frank 72 12 MAR 1898 O 41 WH
Haigh Beatrice 15 23 AUG 1899 L 85
Haigh Betsey 69 19 MAY 1903 O 34 WH
Haigh William 66 28 APR 1906 N 84 WH
Haigh Robert 2 MTHS 14 JUL 1906 L 85
Haigh Annie 63 2 1909 OLD GROUND
Haigh Andrew 68 13 JUL 1909 O 3 WH
Haigh Albert 68 28 SEPT 1911 OLD GROUND
Haigh Edith Mary 25 16 APR 1914 L 85
Haigh Joseph 75 26 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Haigh Charles Edward 19 28 JUN 1916 N 45 WH
Haigh Ann 69 16 FEB 1918 N 34 WH
Haigh Thomas Walter 64 21 SEP 1921 L 85
Haigh Herbert 47 6 MAY 1930 N 93 DH
Haigh Ann 71 6 SEP 1933 L 85
Haigh Matthew 72 23 NOV 1935 OLD GROUND
Haley Viletta 70 6 DEC 1945 N 58 EV
Hall Mary Jane 82 31 DEC 1940 F 49 EV
Hall Arthur Edward 82 26 MAR 1941 S 13 EV
Hall Jane 80 25 NOV 1902 O 54 WH
Hall Sarah Annie 40 12 MAR 1925 F 23 DH
Hallas Harry 1 3 AUG 1880 C 30
Hallas Charles Albert 2 1 JUN 1880 C 36
Hallas Henrietta 33 3 SEP 1880 C 36
Hallas Edward 55 23 APR 1895 C 30
Hallas Emily 65 7 MAR 1909 C 30
Hallas Mary 85 8 JUN 1920 S 3 WH
Hallogan Judith 7 6 JAN 1962 I 22
Hange Edgar 69 7 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Hanson Joseph 49 28 NOV 1910 N 41 WH
Hanwell Sarah Elizabeth 14 24 MAR 1915 OLD GROUND
Hanwell Anthony 64 10 AUG 1920 F 41
Hanwell Mary 69 18 APR 1934 F 41
Hanwell Alice 55 8 SEP 1936 P 36
Hanwell Helena Martha 58 9 AUG 1956 ?
Hanwell Charles Harry 69 7 JUN 1958 P 36
Hardy Edward 73 21 JUL 1893 D 5 WH
Hardy Isaac 43 10 FEB 1900 O 62 WH
Harfield George 76 4 APR 1922 R 36 WH
Hargreaves James 79 20 OCT 1886 R ? WH
Harmer Benjamin 70 21 JAN 1887 R ? WH
Harper Alma 15 19 SEP 1891 N 81 WH
Harpin Martha 49 30 SEP 1897 O 31 WH
Harris Joseph 72 16 JUN 1944 N 37 EV
Harrison George 71 24 JUN 1892 C 36 WH
Harrison Nathan 77 14 DEC 1894 N 21 WH
Harrison James 61 23 MAY 1899 O 92 WH
Harrison Elizabeth 73 6 MAR 1911 E 62
Harrison Elizabeth 8 MTHS 23 APR 1954 ?
Hart William 76 10 JUN 1939 ?
Hart Wilson 77 13 NOV 1939 E 58
Hart Kate Amelia 86 6 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Hart Jack 54 27 MAY 1977 M 28
Hartley Thomas 69 12 APR 1901 O 94 WH
Hartley Arthur 62 21 MAY 1915 N 65 WH
Hartnell John 54 23 JUL 1917 N 15 WH
Harvey Frank Shadrach 74 26 JUN 1942 L 91
Hawkyard George 86 15 MAR 1890 S 46 WH
Hayes Margaret Ann 71 2 FEB 1943 Q 41A EV
Heald Emma ? 4 APR 1928 N 6 DH
Heaney John 53 13 MAR 1919 S 2 WH
Heap Alexander 28 17 MAY 1876 L 57
Heap Alexander 28 17 MAY 1876 L 57
Heap Johnathon 66 19 MAY 1880 C 42
Heap Jonas 74 15 FEB 1883 C 37
Heap Robert 60 12 DEC 1884 L 57
Heap Frederick 64 28 JAN 1893 ?
Heap Mary 80 20 AUG 1898 O 51 WH
Heap Jane 86 4 NOV 1907 C 37
Heap Mary 16 22 DEC 1878 D 31
Heap Mary 16 22 DEC 1878 D 31
Heaps James 72 11 SEP 1877 R 47 WH
Heaps James 72 11 SEP 1877 R 47
Heaton Charles 74 4 APR 1885 R ? WH
Heaton Ruth Hannah 65 25 APR 1928 OLD GROUND
Hellawell Mary 61 8 FEB 1890 D 41
Hellawell Abel 67 5 JAN 1891 D 41
Hellawell Anice 32 24 MAY 1894 D 42
Hellawell Harriet 79 5 AUG 1911 O 65 WH
Hellawell Harry 45 23 MAR 1915 D 41
Hellawell Ada Ann 66 13 APR 1935 D 41
Hellawell Joe 71 9 JAN 1935 D 42
Hellawell Florence 71 27 APR 1936 D 42
Hemingway Humphrey 65 16 FEB 1877 R 53 WH
Hemingway Humphrey 65 16 FEB 1877 R 53
Henny Stephen 60 8 APR 1884 R 4 WH
Henry Ellen 69 26 APR 1897 O 21 WH
Heppenstall Emma 65 30 SEP 1961 I 12
Heppenstall James William 76 20 JAN 1968 I 12
Hepworth George 62 9 JUN 1879 R 17 WH
Hepworth George 62 9 JUN 1879 R 17
Hepworth A. E. 16 3 APR 1883 R 26 WH
Hey Esther 64 29 DEC 1882 R 38 WH
Hey Ben 71 30 SEP 1907 N 64 WH
Higginbotham Minnie 49 9 JUN 1933 P 8
Higginbotham Mary 21 23 OCT 1937 P 8
Higgins John 80 15 NOV 1875 R 52 WH
Higgins John 80 15 NOV 1875 R 52
Higgins Eli 76 19 AUG 1892 D 29 WH
Hilary Helen 78 1 APR 1941 S 13 EV
Hill Elizabeth 37 27 FEB 1897 O 21 WH
Hill Dorothy Frances 9 WKS 14 FEB 1907 L 36
Hill Kenneth INFANT 10 MAR 1915 OLD GROUND
Hill Marjorie 5 18 APR 1922 R 24 WH
Hill Mark 71 7 MAR 1953 ?
Hinchliff Jonas 78 6 OCT 1876 R 28 WH
Hinchliff Jonas 78 6 OCT 1876 R 28
Hinchliff Joseph 71 10 SEP 1901 O 84 WH
Hinchliff Hannah (Downes) 87 18 1902 N 41
Hinchliff Eliza 75 21 MAR 1899 F 59 & 51
Hinchliffe John 75 21 MAY 1878 N 31
Hinchliffe John 75 21 MAY 1878 N 31
Hinchliffe Henry 64 28 JUL 1879 R 11 WH
Hinchliffe Henry 64 28 JUL 1879 R 11
Hinchliffe Ann 83 21 DEC 1883 R 9 WH
Hinchliffe Jonathan 89 9 MAY 1888 R ? WH
Hinchliffe Ann 74 8 APR 1889 R ? WH
Hinchliffe John 66 10 MAR 1890 S 46 WH
Hinchliffe James 73 3 FEB 1900 O 62 WH
Hinchliffe Lucy Ann 45 28 OCT 1904 F 5
Hinchliffe Albert 49 21 SEP 1915 F 5
Hinchliffe Mary Grace 21 25 OC 1916 ?
Hinchliffe John Thomas 35 22 MAR 1920 L 6
Hinchliffe Mary 77 14 DEC 1921 L 96
Hinchliffe Walter 55 7 SEPT 1921 B 49
Hinchliffe John 72 21 APR 1922 R 24 WH
Hinchliffe Alfred 92 12 MAR 1924 R 18 WH
Hinchliffe William 63 15 MAR 1924 L 6
Hinchliffe Joe 32 6 AUG 1926 C 39
Hinchliffe Robert 56 28 NOV 1942 L 6
Hinchliffe Amy 56 24 JUN 1946 L 6
Hinchliffe Mary Ann 86 19 MAY 1949 L 6
Hinchliffe Margaret Ann 62 29 AUG 1959 ?
Hinchliffe Lizzie 84 14 AUG 1974 C 39
Hines David 83 21 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Hinton Mary Harris 70 14 APR 1892 D 20 WH
Hippen Mary Ann 82 7 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Hirst Walter 3 19 APR 1876 N 71
Hirst Walter 3 19 APR 1876 N 71
Hirst John 73 13 MAR 1876 R 40 WH
Hirst John 73 13 MAR 1876 R 40
Hirst George 45 15 SEP 1877 R 47 WH
Hirst George 45 15 SEP 1877 R 47
Hirst Sam 63 7 NOV 1879 R 6 WH
Hirst Sam 63 7 NOV 1879 R 6
Hirst Sarah 30 1 JUL 1882 N 71
Hirst Mary 59 12 DEC 1883 R 14 WH
Hirst Sarah 56 26 JAN 1883 R 38 WH
Hirst Sarah Or Mary 76 28 MAR 1883 R 26 WH
Hirst Amos 63 19 MAR 1885 R ? WH
Hirst Eli 88 21 SEP 1885 R ? WH
Hirst Henry 71 18 JAN 1886 R ? WH
Hirst John Firth 70 30 JUN 1886 R ? WH
Hirst Dyson 3 5 MAR 1887 D 34
Hirst Blanche 10 MTHS 7 FEB 1892 D 34
Hirst Frances Mary 15 14 JUL 1892 E 12
Hirst Lydia 69 26 APR 1894 E 33
Hirst Crissey Jane 19 1 MAY 1894 E 12
Hirst Benjamin 70 16 NOV 1895 N 71
Hirst Elizabeth 48 26 AUG 1896 E 12
Hirst Martha 62 2 DEC 1896 N 71
Hirst John 71 13 NOV 1896 S 37 WH
Hirst William 84 11 JUL 1899 O 82 WH
Hirst Sarah 79 13 FEB 1904 O 34 WH
Hirst Henry 61 17 APR 1906 O 44 WH
Hirst Thomas 59 11 JUN 1906 N 84 WH
Hirst James 84 30 SEP 1906 D 44 WH
Hirst Eli 67 23 JAN 1909 E 55
Hirst Harry 1 MTH 16 JULY 1910 OLD GROUND
Hirst Joshua 77 3 AUG 1915 N 65 WH
Hirst Martha 60 14 JAN 1915 N 75 WH
Hirst Mary Ann 84 17 MAR 1922 R 36 WH
Hirst Tom 73 2 JUN 1924 OLD GROUND
Hirst Jonathan Lockwood 71 10 JUL 1928 D 34
Hirst Emily 76 31 AUG 1932 D 34
Hirst Ernest Henry 62 31 JUL 1942 E 55
Hirst Percy 67 28 NOV 1959 H 92
Hirst Lucy 74 7 MAR 1963 E 55
Hirst Arthur Eli 87 6 MAY 1966 E 55
Hirst Norah 90 20 DEC 1993 H 92
Hitchman Dorothy 40 27 APR 1945 N 48 EV
Hoare Elizabeth Jane 87 9 FEB 1945 N 48 EV
Hobson Joe INFANT 22 JUL 1878 L 22
Hobson Joe INFANT 22 JUL 1878 L 22
Hobson Caroline 16 1 AUG 1879 D 25
Hobson Caroline 16 1 AUG 1879 D 25
Hobson Joe 22 3 APR 1880 L 46
Hobson Albert 1 12 JAN 1881 L 22
Hobson Elizabeth Emma 1 YR 10 MTHS 12 OCT 1881 D 33
Hobson Elliot 3 1 DEC 1886 L 22
Hobson Hubert 10 MTHS 20 FEB 1887 B 46
Hobson Robert 7 MTHS 19 AU 1888 L 22
Hobson Arnold 6 3 MAY 1891 B 46
Hobson John Henry 49 15 FEB 1893 D 11
Hobson Edwin 28 6 SEP 1893 C 9
Hobson Sarah Ellen 23 7 SEP 1893 D 11
Hobson Alice 32 8 SEP 1893 E 26
Hobson Jonas 60 29 JUN 1895 B 27
Hobson Tedbar 69 24 MAY 1895 D 23
Hobson Ralph 43 22 MAR 1896 B 22
Hobson Eliza 71 26 DEC 1903 C 9
Hobson Thomas Henry 20 2 MAY 1903 D 11
Hobson Sarah Amellia 5 20 MAY 1905 ? 12
Hobson Ben 73 5 JUN 1908 C 9
Hobson Amelia 58 22 SEP 1909 ?
Hobson Florence 20 15 OCT 1910 L 22
Hobson George 62 11 FEB 1911 OLD GROUND
Hobson Mary 54 28 DEC 1912 B 46
Hobson Sarah 68 16 JUN 1913 D 52
Hobson Elihu 81 14 MAR 1914 L 78
Hobson Jonas 54 14 MAR 1914 E 26
Hobson Ellen 57 11 DEC 1915 ?
Hobson Alfred 76 25 NOV 1916 D 52
Hobson Sarah Elizabeth 81 18 DEC 1917 B 27
Hobson Ann 71 2 JUN 1917 D 11
Hobson Charles 63 25 SEP 1918 L 4
Hobson Martha 74 5 APR 1922 L 22
Hobson William Henry 75 15 AUG 1923 OLD GROUND
Hobson Ruth Annie 49 31 DEC 1924 L 1
Hobson Sarah 83 20 JUN 1924 OLD GROUND
Hobson Willie 67 5 JAN 1927 M 54
Hobson William 70 8 JAN 1927 OLD GROUND
Hobson Sarah Ellen 63 21 SEP 1927 M 54
Hobson Caroline 73 9 OCT 1929 B 22
Hobson Emma 77 4 SEP 1929 N 93 DH
Hobson Frederick 85 11 MAR 1930 L 22
Hobson Elizabeth 86 11 MAR 1931 L 4
Hobson Eliza Ann 80 3 MAR 1934 E 26
Hobson Joe 80 2 MAY 1936 L 78
Hobson John 84 17 NOV 1938 B 46
Hobson Nelly 59 14 JUN 1939 ?
Hobson Fred 69 24 DEC 1941 F 12
Hobson Emma 87 20 JUL 1942 B 46
Hobson Louie 55 1 SEP 1942 L 4
Hobson Enos Dutton Charles Henry 81 24 APR 1950 ?
Hobson Blanche 56 1 MAR 1950 L 79
Hobson Harry 80 15 FEB 1954 ?
Hobson Agnes 82 5 JUL 1956 F 12
Hobson John Alfred 84 8 DEC 1965 ?
Hobson Wimpenny 80 15 AUG 1966 L 79
Hobson Lottie 93 10 JAN 1989 B 22
Hobson John Otherwise George Turner 68 7 FEB 1921 C 9
Hodges Henry 44 8 MAY 1882 R 56 WH
Hodgson Harry INFANT 11 MAY 1926 M 44
Hodgson Richard 53 11 FEB 1943 M 44
Hodgson Beatrice 66 7 MAR 1959 M 44
Hoe Sarah 75 30 JAN 1941 S 25 EV
Holden Frances 82 22 DEC 1883 R 9 WH
Holdison Robert 42 4 APR 1885 R ? WH
Holdsworth Mathew 68 26 SEP 1898 D 32 WH
Holland Jethro 46 19 FEB 1915 N 75 WH
Hollingworth Allen 77 30 JAN 1881 Q 41 WH
Hollingworth Joseph 51 17 JUL 1885 R ? WH
Hollingworth Allen 73 3 MAY 1892 ? WH
Hollingworth Benjamin 70 9 OCT 1896 N 31
Holmes Robert 62 30 OCT 1896 S 37 WH
Holmes Betty 68 24 OCT 1899 O 72 WH
Holmes William 61 7 FEB 1925 R 12 DH
Holroyd Hannah 69 20 MAY 1891 S 40 WH
Holroyd Sarah Ann 76 14 FEB 1905 O 4 WH
Holroyd Emon 64 5 MAR 1918 S 48 WH
Holroyd Edwin 80 8 APR 1927 R 13 DH
Holroyd Sam 82 4 OCT 1930 N 93 DH
Holt Robert 79 4 MAR 1941 S 19 EV
Holt Jane 90 15 MAY 1942 L 51 EV
Holt Clarence 47 17 AUG 1945 M 30
Holt George William 86 12 JAN 1945 N 38 EV
Hope John 66 9 JUN 1918 S 41 WH
Horn Ivan Leslie 73 12 JUL 1984 P 28
Horn Hilda May 84 4 AUG 1997 P 28
Horn Muriel May 2 5 FEB 1935 P 28
Horncastle James Henry 34 6 DEC 1892 E 19
Horncastle Mary 62 13 MAR 1926 OLD GROUND
Horncastle Ann 71 25 SEP 1928 E 19
Horncastle Harry 46 7 JUN 1934 OLD GROUND
Horncastle Mary Ann 56 13 NOV 1941 E 19
Horsefall James 58 25 NOV 1880 Q 41 WH
Horseman Maggie 67 2 NOV 1951 OLD GROUND
Hough Thomas 49 29 JAN 1918 N 34 WH
Houghton Lizzie Maria 66 1 APR 1939 B 28
Howard Thomas 64 27 APR 1883 R 26 WH
Howard William 66 24 DEC 1886 R ? WH
Howard Alice 46 9 DEC 1893 L 14
Howard Jonathan 50 6 MAR 1897 O 21 WH
Howard Catherine 89 29 JUL 1941 R 51A EV
Howell Rose 80 17 MAR 1944 N 37 EV
Howley John 72 23 MAR 1918 S 57 WH
Hoyle Martin 42 22 OCT 1876 N 41
Hoyle Martin 42 22 OCT 1876 N 41
Hoyle Sarah Ellen 3 WKS 6 NOV 1881 D 27
Hoyle Joe 61 25 MAR 1885 C 18
Hoyle Percy 11 18 DEC 1889 C 2
Hoyle Charlotte 68 13 JUL 1890 C 18
Hoyle Hervine 18 3 SEP 1898 C 21
Hoyle Albert 29 16 FEB 1901 D 27
Hoyle Ann 63 22 JUN 1901 L 77 WH
Hoyle James 50 6 JUN 1902 O 74
Hoyle Annie 30 28 AUG 1903 E 41
Hoyle Ellen Ann 54 20 APR 1904 D 27
Hoyle Martin 37 9 DEC 1911 D 30
Hoyle Ben 77 24 JUN 1924 D 27
Hoyle Herbert 23 15 DEC 1925 D 30
Hoyle Charles Albert 62 13 MAR 1934 E 41
Hoyle Elizabeth 85 8 JAN 1943 D 27
Hoyle Allison Rennie 66 22 AUG 1958 G 62
Hubbard James 77 12 FEB 1945 N 38 EV
Hubbard John William 78 7 JAN 1966 I 43
Hudson John Henry 42 10 1902 C 46
Hudson Mary 84 30 DEC 1906 F 37
Hudson John 83 24 JUN 1907 E 37
Hudson Ann 66 16 FEB 1927 C 46
Hudson William Buckley 69 1 MAR 1933 F 37
Hudson Alice 79 29 DEC 1944 ?
Hudson Harry Edward 82 1 NOV 1945 N 58 EV
Hudson Harry 58 8 JUN 1946 ?
Hughes Evan 45 2 JUN 1924 M 13
Hughes Hugh 89 20 MAR 1941 S 19 EV
Hughes Elizabeth 85 5 DEC 1944 N 38 EV
Hughes Elizabeth 76 20 FEB 1951 M 13
Hughes David William 81 4 JAN 1986 M 13
Humby Harriet 88 11 MAR 1942 R 1A EV
Humphries Anne Elizabeth 66 7 FEB 1945 N 38 EV
Hunt John 70 21 OCT 1890 S 25 WH
Hunt Harry Thomas 77 8 JUN 1943 N 4 EV
Huntley Robert 79 29 APR 1919 S 2 WH
Hyde Amy 69 29 MAR 1982 G 53
Hyde James Pilip 71 27 JUL 1983 G 53
Hynes Harry 43 20 JUL 1895 D 25 WH
Ibbotson George 82 JAN 6 1888 R ? WH
Illingworth Florence 5 MTHS 5 SEP 1886 C 3
Ince Jane 53 8 JUN 1883 R 20 WH
Ince Lavinia Ann 83 10 AUG 1943 N 7 EV
Ingle Margaret 75 9 MAR 1942 N 9
Ingle William Forest 93 7 NOV 1951 N 9
Iredale Abel 45 19 MAR 1880 R 1 WH
Jackson Miles 78 27 MAR 1882 Q 36 WH
Jackson Margaret 82 25 APR 1899 F 59 & 51
Jackson Margaret Ann 40 8 JUN 1901 F 51
Jackson John 88 15 JAN 1903 F 51
Jackson Lydia 66 26 FEB 1907 D 21
Jackson Ann 53 26 FEB 1908 F 59
Jackson Henry 63 13 JAN 1911 O 85 WH
Jackson William 60 27 MAR 1917 N 25 WH
Jackson Margaret 49 22 JUN 1920 S 3 WH
Jackson James Tunstall 73 9 MAY 1927 F 59
Jackson Geoffrey Roland 4 HRS 21 MAR 1944 OLD GROUND
Jackson Sarah Wilson 92 24 MAR 1944 G 11
Jackson Hubert 44 1 DEC 1955 N 2
Jaggar Paul 30 24 NOV 1981 G 73
Jagger Abraham 45 4 AUG 1879 D 19
Jagger Abraham 45 4 AUG 1879 D 19
Jagger Rockley 46 16 MAR 1884 D 19
Jagger Alice 54 26 MAR 1887 D 19
Jagger Joseph 71 20 FEB 1896 S 30 WH
Jagger Joseph 82 2 JAN 1917 N 35 WH
Jagger Charles Arnold 73 19 MAR 1947 N 68 EV
Jefferis John 84 7 JUL 1889 C 51
Jenkinson Amanda 63 1 APR 1899 O 61 WH
Jennings Sarah 57 18 JAN 1915 N 75 WH
Jennings Susan Elizabeth 41 27 JAN 1977 M 27
Jessop Martha Ann 13 16 JUN 1908 M 17
Jessop Albert 57 2 APR 1909 O 3 WH
Jessop Allen 81 9 MAY 1930 N 93 DH
Johnson William 76 6 DEC 1882 R 44 WH
Johnson George 40 20 MAY 1935 L 49
Johnson Audrey 27 16 MAY 1950 L 49
Johnson Beatrice 69 5 APR 1957 L 49
Jones Harry 35 12 JAN 1897 O1 WH
Jones Richard 53 18 OCT 1917 N 5 WH
Jones Mary A 81 2 APR 1941 S 13 EV
Jones Emily 82 25 FEB 1941 S 25 EV
Jones Alice 51 31 MAR 1956 H 32
Jones Charles Stuart 35 4 1974 I 13
Jones Gwynneth 71 4 NOV 1974 M 13
Jones Eric 66 13 JUN 1977 I 13
Josephs James 42 31 MAY 1887 R ? WH
Joyce Thomas 62 26 MAR 1889 R ? WH
Joynson Colin 4 MTHS 7 MAR 1939 OLD GROUND
Joynson Harry 60 14 AUG 1941 M 99
Kallender Jane Matilda 78 27 MAR 1942 R 1A EV
Kaye Thomas 55 17 JAN 1876 R 46 WH
Kaye Thomas 55 17 JAN 1876 R 46
Kaye Joseph 72 14 MAR 1882 R 56 WH
Kaye Elizabeth 54 3 DEC 1883 R 14 WH
Kaye Richard Henry 26 15 FEB 1884 R 4 WH
Kaye Hannah 78 31 MAY 1894 D 62 WH
Kaye Henry 61 26 DEC 1901 O 84 WH
Kaye Charles 65 20 JUN 1901 O 94 WH
Kaye Norman 4 1 FEB 1908 C 3
Kaye Frank 7 17 MAY 1910 C 3
Kaye Edith 29 27 NOV 1918 M 15
Kaye Ethel Annie 10 18 OCT 1919 F 27
Kaye Josiah 75 21 MAY 1927 N 6 DH
Kaye Charlotte 69 31 JAN 1933 M 88
Kaye Job 73 8 MAY 1935 M 88
Kaye ? 52 5 JAN 1938 F 27
Kaye Ben Allen 62 29 MAR 1939 L 19
Kaye Mary L 65 27 NOV 1948 G 41
Kaye Alice Helen 72 5 MAY 1950 L 19
Kaye Ernest 70 16 FEB 1955 G 41
Kaye Charles David 2 MTHS 11 JUL 1955 UNDER THE TREE
Kaye Muriel Sylvia 57 26 MAR 1986 OLD GROUND
Kaye Harold 77 22 JAN 1990 OLD GROUND
Kelly Julia 83 29 SEP 1891 N 81 WH
Kelly Ellen 57 23 APR 1894 N 92 WH
Kelso Dale Robin 19 14 SEP 1982 G 23
Kennedy Michael 62 8 JAN 1915 N 75 WH
Kennedy Alice 77 23 APR 1982 G 43
Kennerley Olive Elise 14 MTHS 30 AUG 1899 B 27
Kennerley Mary Emily 34 28 DEC 1904 B 27
Kenny Ellen 86 19 APR 1886 R ? WH
Kenny John 65 14 APR 1900 O 93 WH
Kenny John 82 27 JUL 1944 N 47 EV
Kenstrew Ann 85 6 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Kenyon Emmeline 1 13 NOV 1880 D 20
Kenyon Joe 44 16 JUN 1895 B 43
Kenyon Seth 29 27 JUL 1901 C 52
Kenyon Tedbar 5 10 MAR 1901 E 61
Kenyon Ada 40 27 APR 1910 VAULT
Kenyon Annie INFANT 9 JUN 1921 R 48
Kenyon Fred 75 1 NOV 1927 E 61
Kenyon Tom 51 25 NOV 1931 M 68
Kenyon Ann 71 18 APR 1932 OLD GROUND
Kenyon Martha Hannah 68 2 JUN 1933 OLD GROUND
Kenyon Elizabeth 85 18 AUG 1937 B 43
Kenyon Emma 84 5 FEB 1938 E 61
Kenyon Alice 78 21 MAR 1958 M 68
Kerner Jane 78 4 FEB 1943 Q 41A EV
Kerryon Mary Ann 14 29 APR 1888 B 43
Kilburn Ben 76 7 JUL 1899 0 82 WH
Kilby Arthur 84 13 JAN 1941 S 33 EV
Kilby Lizzy 79 13 APR 1942 R 11A EV
Kilner Grace 44 16 MAY 1919 S 2 WH
Kilner William Henry 59 8 OCT 1919 R 54 WH
Kilner Betty 64 6 SEP 1997 H 44
Kinder Alice 77 1 SEP 1926 R 3 DH
King Mary Hannah 62 17 MAR 1927 R 13 DH
King William 89 29 OCT 1941 R 40A EV
King Frederick 54 OCT #VALUE! 1941 R 40A EV
Kiplin John 71 17 MAY 1894 D 48
Kippling Lucy 8 MTHS 11 FEB 1897 D 48
Kirwin George 65 26 SEP 1945 M 40
Knatton William 73 29 SEP 1886 C 48
Knock Charles Frederick 87 9 FEB 1943 N 13 EV
Knutton Hannah 72 15 APR 1893 ?
Krall William 63 30 AUG 1887 R ? WH
Krska Karel 59 28 SEP 1983 G 54
Laing Sarah 88 6 APR 1954
Lambert Elizabeth 95 29 JUN 1945 N 48 EV
Lancaster Jabez 1 4 MAR 1883 D 15
Lancaster Tom 9 MTHS 6 DEC 1891 D 15
Lancaster John 44 13 APR 1900 D 15
Lancaster Joe 65 18 JUL 1914 ?
Lancaster Charles Hollingworth 62 24 DEC 1934 L 59
Lancaster James 83 6 MAR 1935 OLD GROUND
Lancaster Clara ? 14 JUL 1937 D 15
Lancaster William Whiteley 65 2 JAN 1939 OLD GROUND
Lancaster Annie 80 13 JAN 1950 D 15
Lancaster Emley Ann 88 25 FEB 1959 L 59
Lancaster Florence 93 24 DEC 1975 OLD GROUND
Langley Hannah 31 11 MAY 1877 R 53 WH
Langley Hannah 31 11 MAY 1877 R 53
Langrick Florence 75 20 MAR 1957 I 21
Lattimore Anne M 85 12 MAR 1941 S 19 EV
Lawrence Thomas 77 30 APR 1903 E 34
Lawrence Mary 74 1 JUN 1907 E 34
Lawrence Annie C 42 3 OCT 1907 N 64 WH
Lawton Sam 65 16 MAR 1927 R 13 DH
Leather William 75 11 JAN 1888 R ? WH
Leather Adam 61 7 AUG 1908 N 44 WH
Lee David Dyson 76 25 MAY 1876 L 16
Lee David Dyson 76 25 MAY 1876 L 16
Lee Sarah Ann 78 12 AUG 1877 L 16
Lee Sarah Ann 78 12 AUG 1877 L 16
Lee Ruth 79 4 OCT 1882 R 50 WH
Lee Ellen 38 24 FEB 1883 R 32 WH
Lee Ann 71 19 DEC 1896 L 16
Lee Ephraim 73 11 APR 1914 N 95 WH
Lee Richard 9 MTHS 18 NOV 1959 H 82
Lefevre James 75 24 JUN 1891 S 40 WH
Lemon John 85 22 JUL 1884 Q 49 WH
Leonard Ann 83 13 JAN 1892 D 7 WH
Lewis Harriet 74 14 MAY 1918 S 57 WH
Lewis Beatrice INFANT 24 JAN 1927 R 3
Liese Mary Ann 98 24 FEB 1943 N 13 EV
Lindley Joe 1 26 JUN 1878 N21
Lindley Joe 1 26 JUN 1878 N21
Lindley Hannah 43 22 OCT 1878 D 37
Lindley Hannah 43 22 OCT 1878 D 37
Lindley Emma 4 13 DEC 1879 D 37
Lindley Emma 4 13 DEC 1879 D 37
Lindley Joseph 53 11 APR 1881 L 24
Lindley Richard 60 5 NOV 1881 L 34
Lindley Harry 3 21 NOV 1883 N 21
Lindley Willie 5 13 JUL 1884 N 21
Lindley Allen 2 15 JUL 1884 N 21
Lindley Benjamin 68 3 JUN 1902 D 37
Lindley Emma 20 30 JUL 1905 L 24
Lindley John 54 24 FEB 1909 L 24
Lindley Annie 63 28 JUN 1920 L 24
Line Mary Jane 76 25 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Linney Margaret 90 1 MAR 1890 O 11 WH
Lister Benjamin 75 28 APR 1885 R ? WH
Lister Bridget 69 9 JUN 1890 S 39 WH
Lister Edgar 38 18 OCT 1923 R 18 WH
Little Susan 53 14 NOV 1914 N 85 WH
Littlestone Richard 81 24 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Littlewood John 59 5 SEP 1879 R 11 WH
Littlewood John 59 5 SEP 1879 R 11
Littlewood Henry 66 10 SEP 1883 R 14 WH
Littlewood Henry 57 31 OCT 1884 R 56 WH
Littlewood Doctor 71 8 MAR 1909 N 44 WH
Littlewood Anne Maria 72 3 1926 Q 47 DH
Littlewood Emma 72 19 APR 1954 G 72
Littlewood Marjorie Joan 65 13 AUG 1975 G 72
Liversedge Sarah 53 12 FEB 1890 O 11 WH
Liversidge Mary Ellen 79 26 MAR 1928 N 6 DH
Lockwood Alice 66 4 OCT 1887 R ? WH
Lockwood Luke 78 7 MAY 1891 S 47 WH
Lockwood James 74 13 DEC 1898 0 61 WH
Lockwood Charles 79 23 DEC 1912 O 35 WH
Lockwood Eric 13 MTHS 12 SEP 1915 L 95
Lockwood James 65 13 APR 1926 ? DH
Lockwood Jane Elizabeth 77 16 JAN 1935 E 62
Lockwood Mary Emma 63 21 OCT 1950 L 95
Lockwood Ben 73 1 JUN 1961 L 95
Lockwood Renee 61 26 APR 1975 L 95
Lockwood Debra Chantelle 16 27 JUL 1989 G 84
Lockwood Mary 74 4 APR 1991 L 95
Lodge Sarah 80 8 FEB 1884 R 9 WH
Lodge Fanny 80 9 JUN 1887 R ? WH
Lodge Betty 82 7 MAR 1888 L 76 WH
Lodge Joseph 88 10 JUL 1891 L 66 WH
Lodge Mary 81 28 MAR 1903 O 54 WH
Lodge Mary 68 30 APR 1929 L 71 DH
Lodge Annie 52 23 SEP 1938 M 39
Lodge Joseph 62 19 DEC 1953 ?
Lofthouse Benjamin 61 31 DEC 1929 N 93 WH
Lomax John 69 22 MAY 1886 R ? WH
Longbottom Leah 82 25 MAR 1891 S 47 WH
Lord Mary Ann 49 2 NOV 1897 L 75
Lord James 51 10 DEC 1900 L 73
Lorriman William 70 3 JUL 1936 P 22 DH
Louise Emma 86 25 FEB 1946 N 58 EV
Lynch Arden 59 1 JUN 1926 Q 47 DH
Lynch Maria Emily 73 2 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
Machin Brinley 59 2 MAY 1947 N 68 EV
Macinnes Phoebe Ann 77 7 JAN 1901 O 94 WH
Macintosh Janet 85 13 AUG 1955 H 81
Mahoney John 78 25 MAY 1877 R 53 WH
Mahoney John 78 25 MAY 1877 R 53
Mallalieu Jane 81 1 FEB 1900 O 62 WH
Mallinson John 33 24 MAY 1879 R 17 WH
Mallinson John 33 24 MAY 1879 R 17
Mallinson Blanch 15 MTHS 16 MAR 1888 D 4
Mallinson Beatrice 6 MTHS 14 AUG 1889 D 4
Mallinson Mary Ethel 3 MTHS 8 MAR 1890 D 37
Mallinson John 86 2 FEB 1893 C 42 WH
Mallinson Edith 2 17 DEC 1895 B 26
Mallinson Gertrude 5 29 DEC 1895 B 26
Mallinson Mary Ann 58 7 JUN 1895 B 28
Mallinson Ramsden 52 26 JAN 1896 F 2
Mallinson John 11 MTHS 1 MAY 1896 L 34
Mallinson Ronald Mallinson 3 MTHS 27 SEP 1899 F 2
Mallinson Florence Winifred 16 25 JUN 1905 F 30
Mallinson Jonas 69 27 MAR 1906 B 28
Mallinson Hugh 52 27 NOV 1907 L 34
Mallinson Hannah 66 25 NOV 1912 F 26
Mallinson James 68 2 JAN 1924 R 18 WH
Mallinson George Hubert 61 8 NOV 1924 F 30
Mallinson Emma 60 5 DEC 1929 F 30
Mallinson Mary 64 28 MAR 1929 B 28
Mallinson Mary Elizabeth 68 24 MAR 1930 L 34
Mallinson Leslie INFANT 9 MAR 1935 OLD GROUND
Mallinson John Henry 66 1 SEP 1938 M 29
Mallinson Alfred 75 24 MAY 1940 L 50
Mallinson James Henry 73 27 JUN 1942 E 2
Mallinson James 64 7 MAR 1942 L 60
Mallinson John 76 15 DEC 1943 L100
Mallinson Ellen 61 14 OCT 1944 ?
Mallinson Ellen 80 31 MAY 1946 L 50
Mallinson Sarah Ellen 76 3 MAR 1948 M 29
Mallinson Alexandra Victoria 78 24 AUG 1949 L 100
Mallinson Mary Alice 68 14 MAR 1950 L 60
Mallinson Mary Hannah 90 20 FEB 1951 F 30
Mallinson Harry 78 14 JUN 1954 G 92
Mallinson Ellen Ann 83 15 MAY 1956 F 2
Mallinson Emmelina 76 29 JUN 1977 L 50
Mallinson Walter 76 1 AUG 1983 G 34
Mallinson Beatrice 91 26 MAY 1989 L 50
Mallinson Marion 83 6 MAR 1992 G 34
Mannion Ann 74 10 JUN 1929 N 93 DH
Marsden William 63 28 SEP 1891 C 32
Marsden Joe 23 31 MAR 1892 C 32
Marsden Mary 83 29 OCT 1903 O 34 WH
Marsden Catherine Ann 77 21 APR 1908 C 32 WH
Marsden George 61 6 MAR 1909 O 13 WH
Marsden Greaves 42 16 MAR 1917 N 25 WH
Marsden George Henry 53 15 JUN 1925 M 37
Marsden Frank 80 3 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Marsden Rhoda Mary 74 14 MAR 1944 N 37 EV
Marsden Alice Ann 82 28 APR 1956 C 13
Marsden Gertrude 82 30 NOV 1959 L 74
Marsh John William 67 31 JUL 1925 R 7 DH
Marshall Sarah 25 4 DEC 1877 R 41 WH
Marshall Sarah 25 4 DEC 1877 R 41
Marshall Eleanor 68 26 AUG 1925 M 26
Marshall David 73 28 NOV 1931 M 26
Marshall Harold 60 15 NOV 1952 H 61
Marshall Thomas 59 24 DEC 1953 ?
Marshall Doris 66 7 JAN 1963 H 61
Marshill Margaret 71 14 SEP 1887 R ? WH
Martin William 46 23 JAN 1895 N 61 WH
Martin Alice 69 20 JUL 1944 N 47 EV
Master Ann Harriot 84 2 FEB 1945 N 38 EV
Mate Alice 80 30 JUN 1909 O 3 WH
Matthewman Ellen 38 25 SEP 1879 R 6 WH
Matthewman Ellen 38 25 SEP 1879 R 6
Matthews Joe 66 29 AUG 1918 S 34 WH
Matthews Richard 58 14 MAY 1920 S 3 WH
Matthews Sarah Jane 76 23 JAN 1931 O 23 DH
Maude James 78 15 NOV 1923 R 18 WH
Mcardley Edward 60 11 NOV 1882 R 44 WH
Mccarthy Elizabeth 64 17 MAR 1909 O 3 WH
Mcclarnon Francis Nelson 22 26 AUG 1911 ?
Mcgarth Catherine 53 1 MAY 1886 R ? WH
Mcgrail Eleanor 75 22 SEP 1944 N 47 EV
Mcgregor Alexander 63 2 JAN 1914 N 95 WH
Mchugh William Henry 30 1 OCT 1917 M6
Mckintry Hugh 87 27 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Mckowan John 71 9 AUG 1918 S 34 WH
Mcnamara John 61 3 DEC 1917 N 5 WH
Mcque Ada Lockwood 64 3 SEP 1951 ?
Mcque Harry 66 5 APR 1952 ?
Mear Hilda 27 29 APR 1933 P 4
Meek David 55 13 JUN 1891 S 40 WH
Meekin Elizabeth 69 27 SEP 1888 R ? WH
Mellor Edwin 41 13 MAY 1876 ?
Mellor Edwin 41 13 MAY 1876 ?
Mellor Thomas 71 20 AUG 1878 L 31 32 24 25
Mellor Thomas 71 20 AUG 1878 L 31 32 24 25
Mellor John 57 1 MAY 1878 R 35 WH
Mellor John 57 1 MAY 1878 R 35
Mellor Eliza 72 22 JAN 1884 ?
Mellor William 64 7 APR 1888 R ? WH
Mellor John 60 14 MAR 1888 R ? WH
Mellor Jane 53 20 OCT 1888 ?
Mellor Robert 59 8 FEB 1894 L 18
Mellor Mary Elizabeth 52 19 MAR 1894 L 28
Mellor Abraham 84 21 MAR 1894 L 28
Mellor Albert 33 18 NOV 1896 L 38
Mellor George 69 10 APR 1899 O 92 WH
Mellor Elizabeth 76 27 AUG 1901 O 84 WH
Mellor Mary Jane 62 17 AUG 1902 F 24
Mellor Elizabeth 90 13 APR 1904 L 28
Mellor Mary 67 24 JUL 1905 N 94 WH
Mellor Alice Charlotte Frances 63 16 APR 1909 L 18
Mellor Abraham 64 6 APR 1910 L 8
Mellor Mary Amelia 53 1 FEB 1911 L 38
Mellor Judith Ellen 80 3 NOV 1916 ?
Mellor Grace 81 28 JUN 1919 S 2 WH
Mellor Susan 70 26 JUL 1920 S 9 WH
Mellor William Henry 82 23 NOV 1928 O 2 DH
Mellor Harry 64 22 MAR 1929 OLD GROUND
Mellor Alice Harriet 91 21 MAY 1935 L 85
Mellor Annie Elizabeth 77 26 JUL 1939 OLD GROUND
Mellor Louisa Ann 84 19 MAY 1939 OLD GROUND
Merrigan Emily Francis ? 27 FEB 1941 S 19 EV
Merrigan Charles James 82 17 AUG 1943 S 19
Mettrick Harriet 70 17 NOV 1909 N 41 WH
Micklethwaite Harry 76 5 FEB 1949 G 11
Micklethwaite Annie 78 4 SEP 1958 G 61
Middleton Walter 61 11 DEC 1886 C 1
Middleton Ann 71 7 MAY 1891 C 1
Middleton John Bothroyd 39 19 JUN 1897 C 1
Middleton Walter 60 29 JUN 1922 F 47
Middleton Hannah 73 5 APR 1932 F 47
Middleton Catherine 79 11 FEB 1960 F 48
Middleton Charlotte Ann 88 2 MAR 1971 OLD GROUND
Miles Mark 71 29 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Milne David 72 31 MAR 1883 R 26 WH
Mitchell Elizabeth 56 26 JUL 1902 E 27
Mitchell Lydia 73 2 MAY 1914 VAULT
Mitchell Mary Ann 79 5 SEP 1923 E 27
Mitchell Richard 81 13 APR 1925 OLD GROUND
Mitchell Ellen Elizabeth 74 16 NOV 1940 OLD GROUND
Mitchell Elizabeth 83 28 MAR 1941 S 13 EV
Monaghan Joan Sylvia 74 26 JUL 1995 H 2
Monks Elizabeth 68 10 FEB 1942 R 16A EV
Mooney Kate 6 HRS 12 JAN 1897 0 1 WH
Moor John 64 31 AUG 1900 O 93 WH
Moorhouse John 66 30 DEC 1880 Q 41 WH
Moorhouse Ann 58 16 JAN 1880 M 91
Moorhouse Ann 58 16 JAN 1880 M 91
Moorhouse George Henry 7 WKS 15 AUG 1882 M 91
Moorhouse Hugh 62 23 DEC 1884 R ? WH
Moorhouse George Albert 10 MTHS 22 SEP 1889 L 31
Moorhouse Walter 32 8 APR 1890 S 46 WH
Moorhouse George 41 12 APR 1893 D 14 WH
Moorhouse Samuel 63 30 NOV 1896 N 31 WH
Moorhouse George 74 21 DEC 1909 N 92 WH
Moorhouse Annie 69 4 JUN 1918 S 41 WH
Moorhouse Mary 66 6 AUG 1921 L 94
Moorhouse John 71 27 NOV 1924 L 94
Moorhouse Betty INFANT 16 NOV 1929 OLD GROUND
Moorhouse Arthur 47 30 MAY 1931 M 58
Moorhouse John 65 6 DEC 1933 L 31
Moorhouse Ben 47 12 DEC 1939 L 94
Moorhouse Clara Ellen 75 27 MAR 1941 L 31
Moorhouse Joshua 42 8 MAR 1943 N 39
Moorhouse Harriet 69 30 MAR 1945 N 39
Moorhouse Edith 81 8 APR 1981 N 39
Morden Mary Ann 75 22 AUG 1941 R 51A EV
Morelli Beall Dona 82 7 MAY 1974 I 3
Morley George 75 25 SEP 1906 N 41
Morris William 74 2 APR 1942 R 1A EV
Morrison Thomas 59 22 APR 1902 O 74 WH
Morrison Christiana 81 8 SEP 1914 N 85 WH
Mortinmer Mary 81 6 APR 1883 M 51
Morton Edward ? 18 JUL 1913 ?
Morton Eileen 14 MTHS 1 AUG 1916 OLD GROUND
Mosley William 68 28 DEC 1897 O 31 WH
Mosley Daniel 76 31 DEC 1909 N 82 WH
Moxon Harry 18 10 MAR 1888 D 10
Munro Caroline 56 17 JUL 1897 O 31 WH
Nanchard George 66 1 DEC 1944 N 38 EV
Neal Fanny Cecilia 83 14 NOV 1941 R 40A EV
Neaves Frederick 71 14 OCT 1942 Q 46A
Nelson Nellie 11 MTHS 20 OCT 1885 VAULT
Nelson George Edward 35 30 NOV 1887 ?
Nelson Martha Ellen 86 27 DEC 1946 ?
Nelson Ethel Noble 73 14 JUL 1960 ?
Netherwood Ann 67 18 JUN 1889 R ? WH
Netherwood Joseph 70 18 NOV 1890 S 25 WH
Newell Jessi 78 14 OCT 1914 C 14
Newsome William 62 3 DEC 1930 N 93 DH
Newton Thomas Henry 8 MTHS 29 DEC 1906 ?
Newton Thomas 90 18 MAR 1909 F 19 WH
Newton Albert 72 28 JUN 1923 R 18 WH
Nicholls Alfred James 76 3 MAR 1943 N 13 EV
Nicholson John 46 22 FEB 1884 R 4 WH
Noble Ellen 68 9 SEP 1917 N 61
Noble Joseph 68 4 FEB 1889 D 54
Noble George 88 31 JAN 1889 O 1
Noble Arthur 43 10 JUN 1891 D 61
Noble Ruth 70 1 JUL 1892 D 54
Noble James 84 15 MAY 1900 O 93 WH
Nobles Joe 42 29 JUN 1883 D 2
Norris William 85 11 AUG 1917 N 15 WH
North Benjamin 78 22 DEC 1881 Q 36 WH
North Charles 79 9 JUL 1883 R 20 WH
North James 69 12 MAR 1883 R 32 WH
North Henry 85 5 DEC 1889 O 11 WH
North Tom 41 8 APR 1904 O 24 WH
Nowell Reuben 44 22 JUN 1908 N 54 WH
Nowell Mary 83 10 FEB 1925 C 14
Nowell Edgar 15 19 JUL 1893 C 14
Nowells Lizzie 18 16 JAN 1893 C 14
O'Hara Patrick 68 13 SEP 1879 R 11 WH
O'Hara Patrick 68 13 SEP 1879 R 11
O'Hara John 73 15 FEB 1907 N 74 WH
Oldfield John 79 14 MAR 1882 R 56 WH
Oldfield George 81 6 SEP 1884 R 56 WH
Oldfield John 82 9 OCT 1893 ? WH
Oldfield William 83 22 JAN 1900 E 33 WH
Oldfield Mary Ann 63 18 JUN 1901 L 86 WH
Oldfield Alfred 80 26 APR 1913 O 15 WH
Oldfield Alice 69 5 DEC 1931 D 16
Oldham William 38 21 AUG 1878 R 29 WH
Oldham William 38 21 AUG 1878 R 29
Osborne Fredrick William 74 30 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Palmer Henry 65 19 SEP 1885 R ? WH
Palmer Alfred Hubert 87 16 MAR 1943 M 94 EV
Parfitt Annie Elizabeth 71 24 FEB 1944 N 37 EV
Parker Elizabeth 56 23 JUL 1913 O 15 WH
Parker Clara 75 25 OCT 1944 N 47 EV
Parker Martha 87 3 AUG 1945 N 58 EV
Parkin James 52 26 SEP 1883 D 2 WH
Parkin Hannah 72 8 AUG 1884 N 51 WH
Parkin Sarah 86 31 OCT 1887 R ? WH
Parkin William 80 8 APR 1903 O 54 WH
Parkin George 84 8 JUL 1927 N 6 DH
Parkin Benton 75 16 NOV 1955 I 11
Parkin Edith 82 7 JUN 1968 ?
Parmenter Charles William 84 7 APR 1943 M 94 EV
Parrington William 83 12 APR 1912 OLD GROUND
Parrington Elizabeth 89 27 SEP 1915 OLD GROUND
Pearson George 52 4 FEB 1915 N 75 WH
Peel Elizabeth 72 12 AUG 1920 S 9 WH
Perkin Mendelsspohn 62 17 FEB 1911 O 85 WH
Phillips Dominia 58 19 DEC 1884 R ? WH
Phillips Herbert E 70 22 JAN 1941 S 33 EV
Phillips James 87 23 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Pickersgill Olive Maud 49 21 OCT 1938 P 26
Pike George Henry 1 3 APR 1879 R 17 WH
Pike George Henry 1 3 APR 1879 R 17
Pilkington Joseph 84 13 FEB 1926 OLD GROUND DH
Pitt Timothy 73 2 DEC 1880 Q 41 WH
Plant Sarah Ann 51 7 AUG 1911 OLD GROUND
Platt Joseph 47 4 DEC 1876 L 26
Platt Joseph 47 4 DEC 1876 L 26
Platt Charles Edward 4 MTHS 21 JAN 1877 L 14
Platt Charles Edward 4 MTHS 21 JAN 1877 L 14
Platt Alfred 43 10 APR 1881 L 25
Platt Emma 30 15 AUG 1891 E 58
Platt Mary Ann 66 15 MAR 1892 C 21
Platt Joseph 75 17 NOV 1892 L 14
Platt Sarah 76 10 FEB 1895 L 14
Platt Ammon 73 7 AUG 1897 C 21
Platt Harriet 67 24 JAN 1899 L 26
Platt Martha 71 1 JUN 1907 L 25
Platt Thomas 45 8 JUN 1907 N 64
Platt George 83 11 DEC 1920 ?
Platt Hannah 82 11 NOV 1921 ?
Platt Reginald 43 30 AUG 1933 E 58
Platt Lydia 71 16 DEC 1938 L 25
Platt Sarah Jane 75 21 SEP 1942 E 58
Platt Charles Alfred 80 24 APR 1948 ?
Platt Sarah 90 21 JUL 1955 H 81
Plowright George 70 18 NOV 1878 R 29 WH
Plowright George 70 18 NOV 1878 R 29
Pogson James 68 5 SEP 1891 N 81 WH
Pogson Alfred 74 26 MAR 1924 R 12 DH
Poole Thomas 81 14 NOV 1925 R 2 DH
Popplewell Elizabeth 75 4 MAR 1889 R ? WH
Porter James 35 9 DEC 1884 R ? WH
Porter Phyllis INFANT 26 SEP 1916 OLD GROUND
Porter Vera Ann 2 6 APR 1918 ?
Potton George 75 2 JUL 1904 O 14 WH
Poynett Anthony 79 27 APR 1878 R 35 WH
Poynett Anthony 79 27 APR 1878 R 35
Prager Emily 77 23 APR 1942 R 11A EV
Preston Martha 65 18 JAN 1877 L 77
Preston Martha 65 18 JAN 1877 L 77
Preston Charles 75 27 MAR 1886 L 77
Preston Eliza 74 25 JUL 1908 L 23
Preston Albert 59 7 MAY 1926 M 25
Preston Alice Ann 71 12 MAR 1940 M 25
Preston Arthur 77 17 JUL 1972 M 25
Pretty Mary 86 10 AUG 1944 ?
Price William 79 15 APR 1891 S 47 WH
Priestley Helen Louise 6 25 MAR 1985 I 3
Priestley Denzil 73 10 APR 1988 I 3
Pritchard Albert 58 21 SEP 1920 S 9 WH
Procter Albert 13 15 MAY 1879 N 1
Procter Albert 13 15 MAY 1879 N 1
Procter Jane Elizabeth 17 11 FEB 1891 N 1
Procter Mary Emma 10 23 JUL 1892 N 1
Procter Enoch 76 23 JUN 1913 N 1
Procter Ada 43 20 OCT 1920 N1
Procter Joe 39 8 MAR 1924 M 3
Procter Charles William 69 10 APR 1930 M 3
Procter Ann 91 5 JUN 1948 M 30
Proctor Hannah Maria 60 4 MAR 1902 N 1
Quarmby Joseph 68 18 FEB 1893 C 42 WH
Quarmby Joe 73 7 JAN 1914 N 95 WH
Quinn John 78 29 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Radcliff Ellen 56 20 FEB 1912 O 45 WH
Ramsden Eliza 65 1 MAY 1923 R 24
Ratcliff Thomas 61 11 JAN 1876 R 52 WH
Ratcliff Thomas 61 11 JAN 1876 R 52
Ratcliffe Sarah 55 23 JAN 1880 R 1 WH
Ratcliffe Sarah 55 23 JAN 1880 R 1
Rawlinson John 65 17 MAY 1883 R 26 WH
Rawsden David 84 22 FEB 1887 R ? WH
Rawson Mary Ann 57 6 JUN 1878 R 29 WH
Rawson Mary Ann 57 6 JUN 1878 R 29
Rawson Ethel 1 23 FEB 1927 M 45
Rawson Eveline 16 5 AUG 1932 M 78
Ray Henry 86 1 JUL 1942 R6A EV
Read Thomas 66 27 MAR 1884 R 4 WH
Reavill Jonathan 80 4 MAY 1884 R 4 WH
Reckitts Alice 55 19 FEB 1930 L 73
Redfearn Joseph 73 12 APR 1918 S 57 WH
Redfearn Mary Louisa 50 9 MAR 1921 R 48 WH
Redfearn Caroline 70 3 MAY 1927 F 57 DH
Redshaw David 71 30 DEC 1930 N 93 DH
Regan John 60 24 JUL 1912 O 35 WH
Reynolds Francis 81 16 SEP 1942 OLD GROUND
Rhodes James 69 3 SEP 1925 R 7 DH
Rhodes Miriam 55 30 JAN 1936 P 18 DH
Richards Harry 87 23 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Richmond Ann 75 19 APR 1917 F 20
Ricketts Martha 9 2 APR 1887 L 77
Ricketts Clara 20 14 JUL 1888 M7
Ricketts Jane 44 3 FEB 1892 L 55
Ricketts Mary Jane 53 12 NOV 1905 L 55
Ricketts Godfrey 67 11 MAY 1913 L 55
Ricketts Norman Preston 18 6 JAN 1918 L 73
Ricketts Norman INFANT 17 NOV 1925 M 36
Ricketts Elsie 22 9 APR 1931 M 36
Ricketts Stephen Godfrey 6 1 JUL 1931 M 67
Ricketts Chas 69 16 DEC 1939 M 36
Ricketts George Henry 73 23 NOV 1948 L 73
Ricketts Mary Jane 81 6 JUN 1956 M 36
Riley Martha 49 9 OCT 1876 R 28 WH
Riley Martha 49 9 OCT 1876 R 28
Ritchie James 44 2 AUG 1945 M 20
Roberts Ann 45 21 JUL 1880 L 46
Roberts Elizabeth 37 1 DEC 1887 B 4 8
Roberts John 11 4 MAR 1889 B 48
Roberts Fenella 2 30 AUG 1890 ?
Roberts John 76 10 OCT 1890 S 25 WH
Roberts Ruth 50 28 SEP 1891 C 12
Roberts Charles 52 10 SEP 1893 B 38
Roberts Mary 65 13 AUG 1908 B 38
Roberts Ann 82 5 JUN 1915 N 65 WH
Roberts Sarah Jane 80 27 APR 1922 C 25
Roberts Ellen 56 7 AUG 1936 L 69
Roberts Maria 82 2 DEC 1943 N 17 EV
Roberts Edward 78 25 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Roberts Joseph James Taylor 75 14 OCT 1950 ?
Roberts Herbert 68 27 DEC 1952 B 38
Robinson John 76 12 JUN 1880 D 38
Robinson Harriet 71 30 OCT 1880 D 38
Robinson John 78 3 FEB 1891 S ? WH
Robinson William 39 6 JUL 1891 D 17
Robinson John 72 19 FEB 1894 N 92 WH
Robinson John 80 11 JAN 1900 E 33 WH
Robinson John 67 8 JUN 1900 O 93 WH
Robinson Jane 21 25 DEC 1901 E 20
Robinson Hannah 69 1 MAR 1919 E 20
Robinson Joshua 66 16 OCT 1919 D 13
Robinson Mary 28 1 MAY 1920 E 20
Robinson George 76 21 MAR 1928 E 20
Robinson Eliza 78 29 AUG 1941 R 46A EV
Robinson Sarah Eliza 71 15 JAN 1947 M 80
Robinson John Thomas 71 16 JUN 1948 M 2
Robinson Emily 74 4 APR 1949 N 30
Robinson William 73 22 DEC 1959 I 2
Robinson Edith Emma 73 2 MAR 1965 I 2
Robinson George 77 31 AUG 1966 I 2
Roebuck Daniel 47 8 MAY 1889 R ? WH
Roebuck Joseph 47 7 NOV 1891 B 41
Roebuck William Edward 47 12 FEB 1895 B 41
Roebuck Arthur 18 14 JUL 1895 B 41
Roebuck William 65 8 DEC 1898 O 61 WH
Roebuck Lily 30 2 FEB 1913 OLD GROUND
Roebuck Herbert 50 6 AUG 1917 ?
Roebuck Leslie INFANT 5 MAY 1920 ?
Roebuck David 70 1 JAN 1921 F 16
Roebuck Martha Ann 82 14 JUL 1923 OLD GROUND
Roebuck Martha 68 16 JUN 1923 F 16
Roebuck Edith 51 17 MAR 1925 OLD GROUND
Roebuck Rachel 80 21 DEC 1931 B 41
Roebuck Ann 63 26 DEC 1934 M 74
Roebuck Harry 43 3 JUL 1937 L 89
Roebuck June 6 DAYS 11 JUN 1938 M 74
Roebuck Annie 66 30 MAY 1940 OLD GROUND
Roebuck Hirst ? 18 DEC 1946 M 74
Roebuck Alice 60 23 MAR 1950 ?
Roebuck Emma 81 19 MAR 1952 ?
Roebuck James Edward 6 17 SEP 1952 H 51
Roebuck James Albert 74 19 AUG 1971 F 40
Roebuck Brian Keith 19 MTHS 24 APR 1976 H 51
Roebuck John 67 7 SEP 1978 H 51
Roebuck Emma 91 17 FEB 1986 L 89
Rogers Henry 74 10 FEB 1941 S 25 EV
Rollinson Albert 7 21 MAY 1876 N 61
Rollinson Albert 7 21 MAY 1876 N 61
Rollinson Joe 39 10 JUN 1888 N 61
Rollinson Edith Alice 14 DAYS 25 NOV 1901
Rollinson Harry 4 MTHS 24 AUG 1904 ?
Rollinson Sarah Ann 63 1 JUN 1909 N 81
Rollinson George 62 8 JUN 1933 M 73
Rollinson Lucy Ann 73 3 NOV 1942 M 73
Rollinson Ida 79 29 NOV 1977 M 73
Rolph Mary 81 2 MAR 1942 R 16A EV
Rose Mary Ann 82 30 JAN 1941 S 25 EV
Rothery Joseph 71 9 MAY 1879 R 17 WH
Rothery Joseph 71 9 MAY 1879 R 17
Rowbottom Allan 58 29 JUL 1887 R ? WH
Rowbottom Sarah Ann 66 27 MAR 1902 O 84 WH
Rowley Charlotte 72 22 JAN 1886 R ? WH
Rowley John Thomas 48 29 JUN 1918 S 34 WH
Rowlinson David 79 29 MAR 1946 N 68 EV
Rusby Mary Alice 6 12 MAR 1883 D 9
Rusby Mary Ann 75 9 MAY 1892 D 9
Rusby Mary Ann 3 5 DEC 1898 D 9
Rusby Sam Stephenson 30 19 AUG 1909 ?
Rusby Ann 63 21 AUG 1918 D 9
Rusby Joseph 81 17 OCT 1932 D 9
Rusby Martha 71 26 APR 1951 ?
Russell Tom 67 10 SEP 1907 D 10
Russell Richard 63 25 FEB 1925 B 31
Russell Martha 89 15 JUN 1925 D 10
Russell Lydia Ann 73 19 MAY 1934 B 31
Russell Martha 85 28 MAR 1945
Russell Tom 68 11 MAR 1947 D 10
Russell Clara 68 2 JUN 1950 G 91
Russell Arthur 75 17 NOV 1951 G 91
Sallis James 40 16 JAN 1917 N 35 WH
Sanderson Mary Elizabeth 3 27 AUG 1880 D 32
Sanderson Agnes 6 MTHS 5 DEC 1883 D 32
Sanderson Jonathan 46 6 APR 1885 C 12
Sanderson Clara Jane 8 MTHS 21 DEC 1886 D 32
Sanderson Jane 49 7 1906 ?
Sanderson Clara 21 14 MAY 1909 N 31
Sanderson Isaac 79 11 NOV 1909 O 13 WH
Sanderson Ellen 58 11 MAR 1911 N 31 WH
Sanderson George 70 11 JUN 1915 OLD GROUND
Sanderson William Henry 56 1 JUN 1920 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Ruth Hannah 59 19 JAN 1924 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Arthur 71 26 OCT 1927 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Harriet 85 8 MAY 1929 OLD GROUND
Sanderson George Henry 83 7 MAY 1931 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Herbert 3O 17 OCT 1933 P 20
Sanderson Ann 82 22 JAN 1935 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Willie 43 4 JUL 1935 P 20
Sanderson Harry Keith 27 16 NOV 1935 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Sarah 71 15 SEP 1937 P 20
Sanderson Elizabeth 70 2 JUN 1939 C 12
Sanderson Lyndia Ann 77 21 MAY 1948 N 10
Sanderson Maud 80 4 SEP 1951 OLD GROUND
Sanderson Arthur 83 13 JUL 1987 G 24
Sanderson Rachel 82 15 DEC 1989 G 24
Sandford Nathan 51 28 AUG 1929 OLD GROUND
Sandford Martha 68 5 OCT 1946 OLD GROUND
Sauer Aloys 83 29 OCT 1941 R 40A EV
Saunder Mary Emma 43 1 JUL 1939 M 84
Savage Amelia Beatrice 76 18 MAY 1945 N 48 EV
Scarfe Charlotte 79 20 JAN 1941 S 33 EV
Schofield William 38 11 NOV 1880 Q 46 WH
Schofield Robert 47 12 JAN 1882 D 21
Schofield Robert 4 WKS 1 JUL 1882 D 21
Schofield George 48 6 APR 1883 D 2
Schofield Mary 76 27 SEP 1883 R 14 WH
Schofield Henry 68 5 JAN 1885 R ? WH
Schofield Martha 72 10 APR 1886 R ? WH
Schofield Henrietta 14 MTHS 16 MAY 1886 C 8
Schofield Ann 16 7 JUN 1896 C 8
Schofield John Fredrick 49 10 DEC 1901 C 8
Schofield Harriet 36 29 NOV 1902 D 21
Schofield Mary 59 19 APR 1908 ?
Schofield Jane 72 14 NOV 1908 N 54 WH
Schofield William 79 18 JUL 1921 OLD GROUND
Schofield Jane 67 17 MAY 1923 C 8
Schofield Hazel 18 18 MAR 1947 G 3
Schofield Lilian 51 17 JUN 1948 C 8
Schofield Mary Hannah 77 19 DEC 1955 C 8
Schofield Ben 66 6 JAN 1973 G 31
Schofield Herbert 68 21 JAN 1982 G 63
Schofield Lily 76 12 NOV 1982 G 31
Scholes Harriet Ann 60 21 JUN 1929 N 93 DH
Scott Elizabeth 70 1 APR 1879 R 23 WH
Scott Elizabeth 70 1 APR 1879 R 23
Scull Melinda 84 13 APR 1942 P 2 EV
Seabrook James 74 8 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Sears Elizabeth 87 17 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Seccombe Emmiline 71 16 DEC 1992 G 84
Seddon Ann Eliza 30 8 JUN 1897 B 18
Seddon George Herbert 15 MTHS 19 SEP 1898 B 18
Seddon Barbara INFANT 21 JAN 1925 ?
Seddon Jeffrey INFANT 23 JAN 1925 ?
Seddon Eleanor 36 30 DEC 1930 B 18
Seddon James William 75 30 JAN 1940 B 18
Seddon Winifred 77 13 OCT 1985 F 26
Seddons Clara 85 19 JAN 1954 B 18
Sedman George 66 24 DEC 1928 O 2 DH
Sendell Sarah 92 29 SEP 1942 Q 46A EV
Senior John 69 3 FEB 1883 M 61
Senior Joe 59 18 JUN 1885 R ? WH
Senior Elizabeth Ann 23 11 AUG 1891 B 31
Senior Ben 7 MTHS 25 AUG 1891 B 31
Senior Emma 5 4 APR 1893 B 36
Senior Harry Lindley 3 9 APR 1893 B 36
Senior Frank 2 8 JAN 1896 B 36
Senior Emma 62 25 NOV 1901 L 64
Senior George 52 18 DEC 1909 B 36
Senior John 82 2 MAR 1917 L 64
Senior Charles 72 15 APR 1919 S 2 WH
Senior Jane 71 9 JUL 1929 B 36
Senior Jack 63 8 DEC 1971 L 93
Senior Emily 87 8 JAN 1994 L 93
Sergeant Harriet 88 31 MAY 1944 N 37 EV
Severn Mary Ann 81 29 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Seymour Elizabeth 89 27 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Sharp Ann 49 18 JUL 1882 R 50 WH
Sharp George 76 12 NOV 1886 R ? WH
Sharp Maria 89 23 DEC 1942 Q 41A EV
Shaw Mary Marina 1 11 OCT 1878 L 97
Shaw Mary Marina 1 11 OCT 1878 L 97
Shaw Thomas 78 22 NOV 1884 R ? WH
Shaw Thomas 73 10 SEP 1884 R 56 WH
Shaw Sarah 49 8 1889 R ? WH
Shaw Mary Jane 72 8 SEP 1898 O 51 WH
Shaw Eliza 77 20 JUL 1899 C 37
Shaw William Henry 44 24 NOV 1902 O 74 WH
Shaw John William 69 6 FEB 1907 M 17 WH
Shaw Ann 81 19 JAN 1909 N 44 WH
Shaw Alfred 85 11 JUL 1911 L 97
Shaw Norah 48 29 JUN 1918 S 34 WH
Shaw Fred 46 24 SEP 1919 L 83
Shaw Clemence 23 16 FEB 1920 L 83
Shaw Emma 76 10 JUL 1920 L 97
Shaw Fred 44 5 JAN 1922 R 36 WH
Shaw Emma 81 30 JAN 1925 R 12 DH
Shaw Marlene 1 23 JUN 1942 L 83
Shaw Amy Alice 73 5 JUL 1952 H 41
Shaw George 76 9 JUN 1952 H 41
Shaw Arthur 63 7 JUL `967 L 93
Sheard Ellen 79 14 OCT 1885 R ? WH
Shepherd Fred 7 MTHS 22 FEB 1886 C 19
Shepherd Clara Jane 56 13 MAY 1913 C 19
Shepherd William 61 17 JUL 1917 N 15 WH
Shepherd Ernest 3 17 JUL 1920 C 19
Shepherd Harold 10 29 JUNE 1920 C 19
Shepherd David 63 4 MAY 1922 C 19
Shingler Jessie 88 22 DEC 1954 H 81
Shore John 67 18 APR 1888 B 21
Shore Martha Ann 69 22 NOV 1905 B 26
Shore Ben 40 1 JUN 1908 E 48
Shore Benjamin 65 6 OCT 1908 OLD GROUND
Shore John 38 23 MAY 1912 L 68
Shore Elizabeth 80 19 OCT 1915 B 21
Shore Frank 4 15 APR 1917 L 68
Shore Matilda Ann 42 25 JUN 1917 L 68
Shore Fred 61 7 DEC 1918 OLD GROUND
Shore George William 22 15 DEC 1923 L 68
Shore Martin John 23 17 MAY 1923 L 68
Shore Eliza 67 26 APR 1934 E 48
Shore Amy 81 2 APR 1940 N 28
Shore Harold 60 27 MAY 1942 OLD GROUND
Shore Mary Catherine 66 2 APR 1955 E 8
Shuttleworth George Moor 67 16 SEP 1922 R 24 WH
Simpson William 73 25 AUG 1890 S 25 WH
Sinclair Jane 72 14 NOV 1898 D 32
Singleton George 75 3 DEC 1895 ? WH
Siston John 52 21 MAY 1888 R ? WH
Siswick Joseph 82 21 MAR 1900 O 62 WH
Sizer Edward 71 22 AUG 1884 R 56 WH
Slater John 67 2 MAR 1925 R 12 DH
Sleight Maria 77 13 APR 1887 R ? WH
Smith George ? 6 APR 1880 Q 46 WH
Smith Elizabeth 64 25 AUG 1890 S 25 WH
Smith Robert 76 6 SEP 1916 N 45 WH
Smith Harriet 67 30 MAY 1919 S 2 WH
Smith Sarah Ann 67 16 AUG 1932 M 53
Smith Albert Edward 63 13 MAY 1942 R 11A EV
Smith John 75 16 APR 1943 M 94 EV
Smith John Arthur 82 1 OCT 1943 N 17 EV
Smith Edith 70 25 MAY 1945 N 48 EV
Smith Blanche 74 20 JUN 1958 H 52
Snowdill Sarah 79 14 NOV 1899 O 72 WH
Snoyd Janet 74 7 MAY 1935 OLD GROUND
Sole Frederick 83 17 APR 1941 S 7 EV
Soper John 68 19 JAN 1918 N 5 WH
Sowden George 80 24 APR 1876 R 34 WH
Sowden George 80 24 APR 1876 R 34
Spellman Dennis 50 29 DEC 1898 O 61 WH
Spencer Grace 80 11 DEC 1923 R 18 WH
Spring Jack Varse 59 13 DEC 1979 H 23
Stang Glen Stefan Craig 4 MTHS 20 DEC 1989 G 94
Stangroom Walter 60 2 SEP 1982 G 33
Stangroom Kathleen 58 16 MAY 1983 G 33
Stansfield Ferza 52 21 JUL 1883 D 3
Stansfield Unbaptized 11 MTHS 18 MAR 1887 D 22
Stansfield Ethel 4 7 MAR 1893 D 22
Stansfield Caroline 55 26 MAR 1895 D 3
Stansfield Elizabeth 40 22 DEC 1900 D 22
Stansfield Edward 76 17 MAY 1912 D 3
Stansfield Agnes 71 17 DEC 1928 B 8
Stansfield Philip 70 4 NOV 1930 D 22
Stansfield Sarah Ellen 68 29 APR 1933 D 3
Starkey Tom 49 24 OCT 1902 O 74 WH
Starmer Louisa 79 16 JUL 1941 R 51A EV
Staves Sarah 73 13 FEB 1913 O 15 WH
Stead Faith 64 26 DEC 1894 N 61 WH
Stearne Archibold W 17 18 OCT 1940 F 49 EV
Stenlake Marie 72 7 APR 1942 R 1A EV
Stephens George 84 9 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
Stephenson Emma 90 22 JAN 1923 ?
Stevens William 80 21 DEC 1942 Q 46A EV
Stirling Francis D 83 7 JAN 1942 R 22A EV
Stockwell Priscilla 11 25 FEB 1886 L 56
Stockwell Hannah 58 20 DEC 1904 N 56
Stockwell Daniel 65 10 JUN 1908 I 56
Stokes Oswald INFANT 19 JUN 1918 OLD GROUND
Storey James 70 7 DEC 1888 R ? WH
Storey Thomas 78 14 APR 1892 D 20 WH
Stott John 60 11 JAN 1927 M 35
Stott Ellen 60 3 MAR 1927 M 35
Stott Sam 58 11 JUN 1929 M 28
Stott Martha Hannah 75 9 NOV 1949 M 28
Stringer John 76 10 FEB 1885 R ? WH
Stringer Julia Lavinia 76 6 NOV 1913 F 45 WH
Stringer Robert 86 8 MAY 1926 Q 47 DH
Sullivan Helena 58 6 OCT 1942 Q 46A EV
Sulton Ann 64 21 DEC 1883 R 9 WH
Sutcliffe Thomas 61 18 SEP 1884 R 56 WH
Sutcliffe James 73 25 MAY 1885 C 42 WH
Sutcliffe Abraham 68 4 MAR 1887 R ? WH
Sutton Thomas 79 2 APR 1888 R ? WH
Swain Lilian Mabel 82 23 DEC 1963 M 9
Swain Basil William John 72 16 SEP 1981 G 83
Swaine Or Swayne George Basil 57 16 AUG 1937 M 9
Swallow Ben 57 26 NOV 1879 R 6 WH
Swallow Hannah 77 7 JAN 1880 R 1 WH
Swallow Hannah 77 7 JAN 1880 R 1
Swallow Ellen Ann 50 15 AUG 1887 D 16
Swallow James William 31 7 APR 1899 D 16
Swallow Joseph 67 10 JUN 1901 D 16
Swallow William 83 11 MAR 1916 N 45 WH
Swallow Hugh 55 14 APR 1928 L 61
Swallow Alice 66 15 MAY 1942 L 61
Swallow Marian 73 29 JAN 1966 D 34
Swollow Ben 57 26 NOV 1879 R 6
Sykes Fred INFANT 13 NOV 1875 N 91
Sykes Fred INFANT 13 NOV 1875 N 91
Sykes James 66 25 MAY 1880 D 44
Sykes Fred Archer 2 19 APR 1881 D 44
Sykes Alfred 44 26 AUG 1881 C 17
Sykes James 17 2 MAR 1881 D 44
Sykes Ann 69 26 MAY 1881 L 23
Sykes John 78 12 DEC 1884 R ? WH
Sykes John Cameron 8 20 JUN 1884 C 17
Sykes Friend 78 4 AUG 1887 R ? WH
Sykes Job 76 20 SEP 1887 L 23
Sykes John 65 26 SEP 1887 R ? WH
Sykes Bertha 16 MTHS 25 FEB 1890 D 29
Sykes Tatton 35 11 JUN 1891 D 44
Sykes Charles 64 3 JAN 1893 D 8 WH
Sykes Mildred 3 15 OCT 1895 E 65
Sykes Edith 17 25 APR 1899 E 46
Sykes Mary Ann 65 3 OCT 1899 O 82 WH
Sykes Thomas 70 20 JAN 1900 O 72 WH
Sykes James Henry 53 18 OCT 1908 OLD GROUND
Sykes Martha 62 5 MAR 1909 O 13 WH
Sykes Gertrude 32 18 OCT 1909 E 47
Sykes Eliza 74 20 SEP 1911 C 17
Sykes John 71 10 FEB 1914 OLD GROUND
Sykes Fred Mallinson 65 9 JAN 1915 E 47
Sykes Alfred 69 11 JAN 1915 L 48
Sykes Erasmus 65 8 AUG 1916 N 45 WH
Sykes Joseph 84 22 FEB 1916 N 55 WH
Sykes Louisa 76 23 FEB 1918 ?
Sykes George 75 31 AUG 1921 R 36 WH
Sykes Dan 79 25 JAN 1921 N 91
Sykes Jane Elizabeth 80 24 DEC 1924 N 91
Sykes Selina 74 22 SEP 1925 E 47
Sykes Edward 81 18 MAR 1926 R 2 DH
Sykes Agnes 45 7 MAY 1927 L 58 & 48
Sykes William Isaac 62 16 FEB 1928 OLD GROUND
Sykes Tom 48 28 APR 1936 L 81
Sykes Arthur Faulding 76 27 APR 1938 E 65
Sykes Sarah Jane 85 13 MAY 1938 L 48
Sykes Martha Ellen 73 27 APR 1939 E 65
Sykes Beatric Maud 28 17 JAN 1940 P 40
Sykes Bertha Hirst 66 8 MAR 1941 L 58
Sykes Ada Ann 75 11 JAN 1946 OLD GROUND
Sykes Herbert Oswald 56 15 FEB 1947 G 21
Sykes Alfred Herman 76 2 DEC 1953 L 58
Sykes Louis 65 1 FEB 1955 I 1
Sykes Lily 66 10 SEP 1956 L 81
Sykes Fred 57 16 MAY 1959 P 24
Sykes Keith 77 15 DEC 1965 L48/58
Sykes Fred 73 19 DEC 1974 H 93
Sykes Alice 78 27 FEB 1978 P 2
Sykes Freda 82 22 FEB 1979 I 1
Sykes Emily 99 13 MAR 1990 G 21
Sykes Amy 87 5 APR 1994 H 93
Tait Stephen James 69 13 MAR 1981 G 93
Tait Freda 83 11 SEP 1996 G 93
Tame George Richard Frederick 6 16 JUN 1923 OLD GROUND
Tatley Thomas Henry 72 8 DEC 1951 H 11
Tattersale James 58 12 AUG 1890 S 32 WH
Taulcher Martha Ann 71 9 NOV 1916 N 45 WH
Taylor Isaac 56 21 APR 1876 R 34 WH
Taylor Isaac 56 21 APR 1876 R 34
Taylor John 68 30 AUG 1876 R 28 WH
Taylor John 68 30 AUG 1876 R 28
Taylor James 59 20 JAN 1877 R 22 WH
Taylor James 59 20 JAN 1877 R 22
Taylor Abraham 79 6 JUL 1886 R ? WH
Taylor George 80 6 NOV 1888 R ? WH
Taylor John 85 26 JUL 1890 S 39 WH
Taylor Eleanor 61 14 JUL 1893 E 64
Taylor George 39 14 SEP 1893 ? WH
Taylor Sarah 87 26 FEB 1898 O 41 WH
Taylor Thomas Prince 53 9 MAY 1901 F 23
Taylor Ellen Ann Nee Downing 70 8 1902 C 24
Taylor Emma 57 4 JUN 1902 F 23
Taylor Ruth 66 11 NOV 1909 O 13 WH
Taylor John Thorp 84 27 JUN 1911 E 64
Taylor William 64 3 OCT 1911 D 36
Taylor Alfred 71 24 JUN 1912 O 45 WH
Taylor Jane 77 4 JUN 1926 D 36
Taylor Arthur 39 13 JUN 1928 M 64
Taylor Joe 73 9 DEC 1930 N 93 DH
Taylor Annie 58 30 MAR 1939 D 36
Taylor Joseph William Prince 65 1 JUN 1940 L 37
Taylor Mary Hannah 84 9 SEP 1944 N 47 EV
Taylor Margaret Ann 78 6 JUN 1952 L 37
Taylor Harry 80 26 FEB 1955 D 36
Taylor Elizabeth 79 22 JUL 1966 M 64
Taylor Wilfred 78 5 JUL 1989 I 23
Tensmith William 72 11 JUN 1892 C 36 WH
Thaackray Elizabeth 86 2 OCT 1929 N 93 DH
Thewlis Charles Hartley 50 28 DEC 1915 L 88
Thewlis Alfred 72 25 NOV 1926 R 3 DH
Thomas Nancy 80 20 NOV 1915 N 55 WH
Thomas Frances Mary 85 6 AUG 1943 N 7 EV
Thompson Joe 63 23 FEB 1894 N 92 WH
Thompson Mary 73 23 FEB 1914 N 95 WH
Thompson Robert 63 25 APR 1928 F 49 DH
Thornton Thomas 78 12 JAN 1887 R ? WH
Thornton John 75 8 AUG 1896 S 37 WH
Thornton Sophia 63 8 MAR 1918 S 48 WH
Thorpe Margaret Amelia 66 21 JUN 1910 O 11 WH
Tierman Michael 57 9 JUL 1894 D 62 WH
Tiffany Emma 61 27 DEC 1911 O 55 WH
Tighe Annie 71 1 APR 1927 R 13 DH
Timerlake James 93 6 DEC 1943 N 27 EV
Tindall Hannah Dickinson 73 4 APR 1927 OLD GROUND DH
Tindall Ethel Thorpe 52 20 APR 1932 OLD GROUND
Tinker James 76 8 FEB 1907 M 17 WH
Tinker John 73 11 JAN 1912 O 55 WH
Tinker Ann Ellen 43 1 DEC 1927 M 57
Tinker Kathleen 30 15 JAN 1935 OLD GROUND
Tinker John 71 7 JUL 1945 M 57
Tinker Miles William 1 MTH 21 JUL 1966 I 23
Todd Frederick 77 5 JUN 1942 R 6A EV
Tomlinson Emma 77 24 OCT 1908 N 44 WH
Toon Ellen 84 2 MAR 1944 N 37 EV
Townend Charles Geoffrey 76 11 DEC 1996 H 34
Trennum Jane Amelia 34 2 JUL 1877 L 87
Trennum Jane Amelia 34 2 JUL 1877 L 87
Trennum Linda 41 28 JAN 1880 L 87
Trennum Linda 41 28 JAN 1880 L 87
Trennum Annie 12 10 MAY 1882 L 87
Trennum Annie Jane 3 19 AUG 1887 L 87
Trotter Robert Hale 48 13 SEP 1921 E 37
Trotter Mary Winifred 72 20 NOV 1956 E 37
Truman Jack Roy 63 26 JAN 1994 H 14
Tuffs Amelia 62 22 NOV 1943 N 17 EV
Tuner Caroline 81 12 JAN 1945 N 38 EV
Turnbull William 75 19 MAY 1885 R ? WH
Turner Jane Emily 46 1 DEC 1885 VAULT
Turner John 58 31 MAY 1888 R ? WH
Turner William 58 9 NOV 1891 D 7 WH
Turner Ann Elizabeth 71 4 AUG 1907 ?
Turner Allen 79 1 DEC 1914 OLD GROUND
Turner Thomas 78 2 DEC 1915 ?
Turner Edward Thomas 71 1 JAN 1935 ?
Turner John Herbert 70 29 MAY 1936 ?
Turner Ethel 82 4 APR 1951 ?
Turton Hannah 67 8 JUL 1880 Q 46 WH
Turton John 87 15 MAY 1903 O 54 WH
Tyas Jabez 77 17 OCT 1882 R 44 WH
Unwin Charlotte 83 22 OCT 1943 N 17 EV
Vickers Sarah Ann 73 17 JUL 1914 N 85 WH
Vowles Reuben 86 20 JAN 1942 R 22A EV
Wadsworth Mary 67 11 SEP 1900 O 93 WH
Wadsworth Ellen 70 24 NOV 1905 O 44 WH
Wadsworth John 83 30 JUN 1911 O 65 WH
Wagstaff Joseph 52 7 AUG 1896 S 37 WH
Wainwright John 78 13 MAR 1897 O 21 WH
Wainwright Caroline 71 4 MAR 1904 0 34 WH
Wainwright Sydney Marshall 65 16 FEB 1981 H 3
Waite Edward 65 22 FEB 1916 N 55 WH
Walkden Ellen 63 16 JUL 1888 R ? WH
Walker Elizabeth 87 5 JUL 1886 R ? WH
Walker Fanny 72 19 JUL 1887 L 66
Walker William 79 20 MAY 1891 D 17
Walker Joseph 43 23 DEC 1892 D 4 WH
Walker Thomas 31 21 MAR 1892 F 1
Walker John 78 6 JUL 1899 O 92 WH
Walker Charles 75 31 MAY 1904 O 24 WH
Walker Richard 64 23 MAY 1908 N 54 WH
Walker Young 45 2 NOV 1909 ?
Walker James 69 11 DEC 1916 N 35 WH
Walker Sheila 4 MTHS 7 AUG 1928 OLD GROUND
Wallace Eliza 71 17 FEB 1917 N 25 WH
Waller Alfred 74 12 SEP 1940 ? EV
Walmsley William 72 30 MAR 1933 M 63
Walmsley Agnes 71 4 FEB 1937 M 63
Ward Martha 54 1 MAY 1894 N 92 WH
Ward Henry James 56 22 DEC 1921 OLD GROUND
Ward Margaret 58 7 MAR 1940 N 18
Warwick Ada 73 19 JUN 1942 B 33
Waterhouse Thomas 49 27 JAN 1886 C 6
Watkinson James Brook 58 21 JAN 1922 F 60
Watson George 24 10 JAN 1898 O 31
Watson Charles 77 5 JAN 1906 O 44 WH
Watson Emma Jane 77 20 MAR 1943 M 94 EV
Watson Isaac Oliver 87 23 MAY 1943 N 4 EV
Watson Margaret Hannah 72 12 APR 1949 M 2
Watts Edward 84 14 JUN 1946 N 68 EV
Webster James 44 30 MAR 1887 R ? WH
Webster Mary Jane 92 1 NOV 1951 N 60
Wentworth Alfred George 70 13 AUG 1940 P 38 EV
Weselby Elizabeth S 74 1 AUG 1907 N 64 WH
West Henry 79 2 SEP 1941 R 46A EV
Weston Catherine May Frances 83 21 MAY 1942 R 6A EV
Westwick Ethel 20 DAYS 28 NOV 1891 E 5
Westwick William 47 30 JAN 1892 E 5
Westwick Annie 50 7 MAR 1896 D 48
Whitaker William 73 16 APR 1891 S 47 WH
White John Moyan 78 6 JUL 1943 N 7 EV
White John Jenkinson 79 19 FEB 1959 M 14
White Margaret 47 26 APR 1972 M 10
White Ronald Frederick William 54 30 JAN 1980 M 10
Whitebod Sarah Ann 61 31 DEC 1941 R 28A EV
Whitehead James 7 MTHS 15 OCT 1882 M 91
Whitehead Willie 11 WKS 31 JAN 1885 M 91
Whitehead Ambrose 23 MTHS 10 NOV 1887 M 91
Whitehead Joseph 56 21 JAN 1910 ?
Whitehead Lena 32 2 MAR 1922 R 36 WH
Whitehead Hannah 75 7 DEC 1925 ?
Whitehead George 73 7 MAY 1947 M 90
Whitehead Clara 79 28 FEB 1952 ?
Whiteley Charles 60 21 MAR 1883 R 32 WH
Whiteley Alice 75 29 JUN 1904 O 24 WH
Whiteley John 67 5 MAR 1906 O 44 WH
Whiteley Ann 67 7 DEC 1909 L 84
Whiteley George 70 10 SEP 1914 L 84
Whiteley Elizabeth 71 9 AUG 1915 N 65 WH
Whittaker Henry 72 25 OCT 1887 R ? WH
Whittaker Sarah 8 7 MAR 1904 ?
Whitwam Elizabeth 60 16 MAR 1916 N 45 WH
Wigglesworth Mary Jane 76 1 NOV 1948 H 40
Wigglesworth Edgar Percy 84 31 DEC 1959 H 40
Wigglesworth Mary 80 7 OCT 1987 H 40
Wigglesworth George 84 23 JAN 1989 H 40
Wilckman Henry 88 14 SEP 1942 Q 46A EV
Wilcock Rose 86 25 AUG 1886 R ? WH
Wilde Tom 65 22 AUG 1940 C 24
Wilde Sarah Ellen 81 24 NOV 1947 B 32
Wilde Alice 76 5 OCT 1983 C 24
Wilde John Arthur 88 7 JUN 1993 C 24
Wilkinson Nellie 10 MTHS 10 JAN 1886 C 26
Wilkinson John William 40 22 SEP 1891 C 26
Wilkinson Harry 47 15 MAR 1930 C 26
Wilkinson Susan 87 1 MAR 1943 N 13 EV
Wilkinson Alice Eliza 78 8 JUL 1980 H 13
Wilkinson Hubert 82 4 MAY 1983 H 13
Williams John 47 20 JAN 1887 R ? WH
Williams Joseph 72 25 NOV 1941 R 40A EV
Williams Gwen 72 15 AUG 1942 P 26
Williamson Lionel 73 17 SEP 1887 R ? WH
Williamson Mary 64 31 JAN 1902 O 84 WH
Willis Thomas 78 24 DEC 1890 S ? WH
Wilshaw Samuel 66 11 MAR 1905 O 4 WH
Wilson Alice 21 MTHS 24 DEC 1889
Wilson Benjamin 78 4 SEP 1889 E 51
Wilson John 68 8 NOV 1890 S 25 WH
Wilson John 47 20 OCT 1891 E 57
Wilson William 80 6 MAY 1893 D 14 WH
Wilson Jane Elizabeth 79 18 JUN 1896 E 51
Wilson John 69 1 FEB 1897 0 1 WH
Wilson William 78 26 JAN 1900 O 62 WH
Wilson Joseph 65 26 MAY 1913 ?
Wilson Sarah 80 7 JAN 1915 N 75 WH
Wilson Mary Elizabeth 68 18 DEC 1919 ?
Wilson John Harold 18 MTHS 31 JAN 1920 G 61
Wilson Mary Ann 86 4 MAR 1924 E 57 WH
Wilson George Wilfred 27 15 FEB 1926 F 6
Wilson Henry Harold 70 21 JUN 1949 ?
Wilson Emily 82 4 MAR 1961 ?
Wilson Fanny 83 16 MAR 1968 E 51
Wilson Iris 87 20 AUG 1997 F 65
Wimpenny John 52 25 APR 1876 L 37
Wimpenny John 52 25 APR 1876 L 37
Wimpenny Henry 56 24 APR 1877 L 12
Wimpenny Henry 56 24 APR 1877 L 12
Wimpenny John Thomas 8 MTHS 13 MAR 1877 L37
Wimpenny John Thomas 8 MTHS 13 MAR 1877 L37
Wimpenny Mary Ann 7 28 FEB 1882 C 49
Wimpenny Sam 20 11 APR 1886 L 12
Wimpenny Ethel 16 MTHS 13 OCT 1886 C 49
Wimpenny Sarah Emma 3 24 JAN 1887 L 21
Wimpenny Ethel 8 MTHS 29 SEP 1888 L 21
Wimpenny Isabella 52 17 JUN 1891 ?
Wimpenny Maggie 2 6 APR 1893 L 21
Wimpenny George 44 1 SEP 1893 B 47
Wimpenny Frank 19 MTHS 25 NOV 1895 B 49
Wimpenny Joe 46 22 NOV 1898 L 21
Wimpenny Gladys 3 WKS 30 SEP 1899 B 49
Wimpenny James 70 27 NOV 1902 O 54 WH
Wimpenny Samuel 74 11 OCT 1902 O 74 WH
Wimpenny Fred 39 19 APR 1905 B 49
Wimpenny Emma 80 5 JUN 1905 L 37
Wimpenny Mary Ann 85 2 DEC 1908 L 12 WH
Wimpenny Joseph 31 27 NOV 1910 L 21
Wimpenny Jonas 66 3 APR 1911 O 85 WH
Wimpenny Emily 32 17 MAR 1916 C 49
Wimpenny Uda ? 41 26 AUG 1921 M 4
Wimpenny Joseph 71 18 APR 1922 C 49
Wimpenny Hannah 70 12 SEP 1922 C 49
Wimpenny Emma 77 12 MAR 1928 B 47
Wimpenny George Arthur 56 5 OCT 1933 P 16
Wimpenny Betty 52 29 FEB 1936 P 16
Wimpenny Sarah 83 31 MAR 1936 L 21
Wimpenny Arthur 67 11 NOV 1939 L 40
Wimpenny Jack 33 3 JAN 1940 M 49
Wimpenny Herbert 66 10 SEP 1941 B 47
Wimpenny Mary Ann 77 25 MAR 1943 B 23
Wimpenny Henry 65 17 SEP 1943 M 49
Wimpenny Herbert 64 19 NOV 1945 M 40
Wimpenny Edith Alice 82 10 NOV 1953 L 40
Wimpenny Helena 75 21 JAN 1955 M 49
Wimpenny Mary 83 18 DEC 1962 B 47
Winch Henry 78 13 JUN 1929 N 93 DH
Winspur Emma 58 18 AUG 1884 N 51 WH
Winterbottom Samuel 82 5 JAN 1916 N 55 WH
Winterburn Lilian 73 6 MAR 1943 M 94 EV
Woffenden Kathleen Mary 76 28 JUL 1995 M 100
Woffenden William 78 19 DEC 1996 M 100
Wood Law 57 14 MAR 1882 R 56 WH
Wood Walter 18 MTHS 30 DEC 1883 C 50
Wood Joe 5 24 MAR 1886 C 50
Wood Alice 11 MTHS 4 MAY 1887 C 50
Wood George Henry 40 22 SEP 1887 C 50
Wood Selina 68 31 DEC 1888 R ? WH
Wood Joe 72 20 MAY 1889 ? WH
Wood Elizabeth 75 31 JAN 1890 O 11 WH
Wood Joseph 91 21 APR 1893 D 14 WH
Wood Jane 77 30 MAY 1895 L 76 WH
Wood James 51 15 FEB 1898 E 40
Wood Mary 64 6 JUN 1898 O 41 WH
Wood Charles 85 19 NOV 1898 O 61 WH
Wood Lily 16 4 JUL 1900 E 40
Wood Ellen 75 6 MAY 1902 O 74 WH
Wood Mary 77 16 DEC 1905 O 44 WH
Wood George 70 13 JAN 1912 O 55 WH
Wood Ben 73 10 MAY 1913 OLD GROUND
Wood Elizabeth 67 3 FEB 1915 E 40
Wood Sarah 75 19 MAR 1921 R 48 WH
Wood Charles Albert 55 16 SEP 1924 F 1
Wood Harry 55 4 MAR 1926 M 34
Wood Irvin 53 17 MAR 1927 R 13 DH
Wood Tom 53 25 JAN 1929 D 61
Wood Mary 62 5 MAR 1932 OLD GROUND
Wood Ruth Hannah 70 17 OCT 1932 F 1
Wood John William 66 14 NOV 1933 OLD GROUND
Wood Ellen 89 26 OCT 1937 M 19
Wood Elizabeth 89 7 MAY 1941 S 1 EV
Wood Mary Emmerline 72 29 OCT 1942 OLD GROUND
Wood Harry 44 27 MAR 1944 M 10
Wood Evelyn 61 18 APR 1946 M 19
Wood Mabel Ethel 53 14 MAR 1946 OLD GROUND
Wood Fred 75 29 NOV 1949 G 81
Wood Ellen 78 19 DEC 1953 M 34
Wood Sarah Hannah 84 11 MAY 1957 G 81
Wood Annie 90 4 JAN 1967 D 61
Wood Alice Sarah Jane 77 17 APR 1972 M 19
Wood Alice Annie 85 26 NOV 1981 M 10
Wood William 57 20 MAY 1878 R 35 WH
Wood William 57 20 MAY 1878 R 35
Wood Rachel 1 DAY 26 FEB 1937 OLD GROUND
Woodcock Joshua 73 14 OCT 1878 E 17
Woodcock Joshua 73 14 OCT 1878 E 17
Woodcock Joseph Crossley 44 20 MAR 1885 E 17
Woodcock Martha 72 29 MAR 1892 ?
Woodcock Elijah 47 4 OCT 1904 O 14 WH
Woodcock George 81 23 AUG 1907 N 64 WH
Woodcock Mary Jane 65 17 AUG 1911 E 16 & 17
Woodcock Ann 82 9 OCT 1911 L 44 WH
Woodhead Wright 36 18 AUG 1876 L 67
Woodhead Wright 36 18 AUG 1876 L 67
Woodhead William 36 27 FEB 1877 L 13
Woodhead William 36 27 FEB 1877 L 13
Woodhead Caroline 23 21 DEC 1878 E 20 D 55
Woodhead Caroline 23 21 DEC 1878 E 20 D 55
Woodhead Charles Herbert 8 6 SEP 1878 E 43 50
Woodhead Charles Herbert 8 6 SEP 1878 E 43 50
Woodhead Arthur 21 20 SEP 1881 D 39
Woodhead Lister 9 MTHS 17 FEB 1887 D 40
Woodhead George William 18 MTHS 12 MAY 1887 E 11
Woodhead Elizabeth 58 2 JUN 1888 D 39
Woodhead Abraham 56 26 DEC 1891 D 55
Woodhead John 52 19 NOV 1891 43 & 50
Woodhead Winifred 4 MTHS 23 APR 1892 E 11
Woodhead George 70 26 MAY 1892 E 18
Woodhead John 38 7 MAR 1893 L 43
Woodhead George 2 26 JUN 1896 B 23
Woodhead Sarah Ellen 35 30 MAY 1896 D 55
Woodhead Thomas 38 25 NOV 1896 E 11
Woodhead William 33 11 APR 1897 B 23
Woodhead Walker 60 9 FEB 1898 B 13
Woodhead Kathleen 6 MTHS 1 MAY 1899 D 40
Woodhead Benjamin 80 6 JAN 1900 D 39
Woodhead John Cookson 32 23 JAN 1900 B 13
Woodhead Charles Henry 27 9 MAY 1904 O 24 WH
Woodhead Percy 20 16 FEB 1905 D 40
Woodhead Ann 69 16 JUN 1909 E 43
Woodhead James 65 9 NOV 1910 N 41 WH
Woodhead Elizabeth 85 16 JUN 1911 E 18
Woodhead Ann 84 8 JUL 1916 D 55
Woodhead Catherine 74 8 AUG 1918 L 43
Woodhead George Barber 71 19 JUN 1918 L 7
Woodhead Mary 78 15 AUG 1925 L 13
Woodhead Phyllis 78 1 JAN 1925 B 13
Woodhead Joseph 75 3 SEP 1926 OLD GROUND
Woodhead Martha Beatrice 58 17 NOV 1931 E 50
Woodhead Albert 62 29 JUL 1933 P 12
Woodhead Martha Ann 84 12 APR 1935 OLD GROUND
Woodhead Edith Alice 58 7 NOV 1935 E 43
Woodhead Hilda 43 22 DEC 1936 D 40
Woodhead Fred 79 7 MAR 1938 D 39
Woodhead Joseph Edward 72 17 FEB 1940 E 50
Woodhead Emily 84 3 JAN 1944 D 39
Woodhead Lavinia 89 4 MAR 1944 L 7
Woodhead Norah 70 21 NOV 1949 G 71
Woodhead Edwin Crooks 91 26 DEC 1960 G 71
Woodhead John 85 15 FEB 1994 E 50
Woodhouse Emma Helena 14 27 MAR 1878 D 43
Woodhouse Emma Helena 14 27 MAR 1878 D 43
Woodhouse Amos 50 23 AUG 1879 D 13
Woodhouse Amos 50 23 AUG 1879 D 13
Woodhouse Joshua 9 19 SEP 1880 D 26
Woodhouse Jane 46 12 FEB 1883 R 38 WH
Woodhouse Jonas 64 23 FEB 1891 D 43
Woodhouse Ruth 62 15 OCT 1891 D 43
Woodhouse Joe Arthur 48 16 NOV 1898 F 16
Woodhouse Joseph 32 11 AUG 1900 O 93 WH
Woodhouse John 64 8 JAN 1901 D 26
Woodhouse Hannah Maria 54 5 SEP 1905 VAULT
Woodhouse Emma 63 27 JUL 1910 D 26 WH
Woodhouse Martha 83 18 DEC 1915 D 13
Woodhouse Edwin 74 16 JAN 1950 B 8
Woodhouse Helena 88 26 NOV 1964 B 8
Woodruffe William James 78 9 FEB 1945 N 48 EV
Woodward George 74 16 JAN 1905 O 4 WH
Woodward Henry George 57 7 APR 1943 M 94 EV
Woolaway Joseph 81 2 JAN 1942 R 22A EV
Worley Mary Matilda 56 21 APR 1922 ?
Worsley Henry 84 22 JAN 1918 N 34 WH
Worsley Albert 50 3 JUN 1925 M 23
Worsley Harriet Annie 66 30 SEP 1943 M 23
Worthington Martha 71 2 FEB 1904 O 11
Worthington George 45 15 JUL 1912 O 35 WH
Worthington George Richard 80 14 JUL 1920 S 9 WH
Wray Thomas 72 12 APR 1911 O 65 WH
Wright William Briggs 46 22 MAY 1916 F 52
Wright Violetta 61 21 FEB 1927 F 52
Wright Robert John 62 16 NOV 1944 N 38 EV
Wrigley Jane 55 19 MAR 1894 D 62 WH
Wyatt Caroline 85 6 MAR 1941 S 19 EV

How this History started, website activity, statistics and other useless information.

I first started researching the history of Netherthong in 2002 and I began to realise, that with the amount of information that was becoming available, publishing it as a book  was not going to be the answer. The  only  alternative was to set up a web site  in 2005 and the large number of people who have visited the site  and  supplied information, memories and photographs has more than justified that decision.  What is encouraging  is that in July 2017, 12 years after the start, I had a new visitor who had been born in Rob Roy, the house standing by itself on the right hand side of New Road opposite Netherfield Drive,  and had corrected the dates of several photographs and supplied a number of her own which are dotted through the various chapters. They include two good photographs of the ” big snow ” in 1947 and some great ones of the school including the school orchestra.

In 2010  Google Analytics was installed and this system records very comprehensive data each time  anyone clicks on my History.  It includes  the number of sessions, the number of users, page views, the pages read per session, the average  session duration, the Bounce Rate ( the percentage of single page sessions of which there was no interaction with the site ), the percentages  of new sessions and  returning visitors. There is a pie-chart comparing these percentages  and there is also a moving   monthly chart, updated daily, of the number of visitors per day. At its peak there were  500 a month but over the years that number has steadily dropped  to about 250 .( May 2017). As I said in the first paragraph, people are still discovering the site and   70% of the current visitors are first timers.

The Analytics also details the nationality and language groups of the visitors. The UK is obviously top with 72% followed by the U.S. with 20% and Australia, Canada and New Zealand feature as they are countries that  villagers would have emigrated to. Other countries on the list include  Brazil,  Russia, Germany and Italy.  Since it was installed  there have been over 16,000 visitors to the site,  many of whom have been returning visitors, and  this figure does not include the people who would have visited the site in the five years from its start in 2005 to 2010 during which time no statistics are available. 

I find it hard believe that after 15 years of research just how much information  I have accumulated about this delightful little village of ours. The History has  a word count of over 230,000 plus 315 photographs, maps and other ephemera and this compares with Moby Dick at 209,117 words, East of Eden at 226,741 and yours and my favourite bedtime read of War and Peace with 544,406 .

The History is split into more than 80 chapters  and, because of the large amount of information in certain categories, I decided it would be appropriate to split  them into more easily manageable  chapters of between 5,000 to 7,000 words.   Crime and Punishment needed to be split into four with  the Wesleyan Church , All Saints Parish Church, Football, Deaths, Deanhouse Workhouse/Hospital and Interesting Odds and Bods all being split into two. One exception is A Netherthong Story which is nearly 11,000 words long, much of it written in Yorkshire dialect. ( I’m not sure if anyone has actually read it from start to finish ).