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Memorial Title

Dethick, Lea and Holloway

Summary

Derbyshire War Memorials: a description of a WW1 memorial roll of honour for Dethick, Lea and Holloway in the Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall, Holloway, Derbyshire.
Images
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Locations
Last known location:
Florence Nightingale
 Memorial Hall
Mill La
Holloway
Derbyshire
Nearest postcode:
DE4 5BD

NGR:
SK 32461 56310
(From online digital mapping.)
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Location details:
On the north wall, just inside the door.
Type
Overall type: Roll of honour. Overall condition: Fair. The inscription is legible and the memorial is cared for.


Description:

A framed and glazed roll of honour printed on paper in full colour. At the top left is a roundel containing an image of the parish church and bearing the words "CHRIST CHURCH HOLLOWAY. At the head is another roundel containing a depiction of the Buck in the Park, which is part of the heraldic arms of the former County Borough of Derby, surrounded by the words "COUNTY BOROUGH OF DERBYSHIRE" (although there has never been any such organisation). Top right is a further roundel with an image of the Dethick church with the words "ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST." Below those is a depiction of Florence Nightingale with the words "FIAT LUX/ FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE./ 1820-1910."  This superimposed over an array of fourteen flags representing the allied nations of WW1 and below them is the heading in black decorative sentence case gothic lettering with enhanced capital letters in red and yellow. At the centre is a depiction of an unfurled scroll with names arranged in four columns in elaborate decorative script, the fallen prefixed with a small red formy cross.  At the foot is an allegorical depiction of Justice set within an oval panel with the words "TAKE UP THE SWORD OF JUSTICE." In the lower margin are explanatory notes, the names of church officials and the name of the printer. The frame is of wooden moulding and bears a small plastic plaque with the name of the donor.

Glossary
Components:

ComponentMaterialHeightWidthDepthCondition
Roll of honourPaper800660-Fair
FrameWood, glass100086025Fair
Dimensions in millimetres ±5mm unless stated otherwise.
Inscription
Head of the memorial:
EUROPEAN WAR, 1914.
Parish of Dethick, Lea and Holloway,
Roll of Honour
OF THOSE WHO HAVE JOINED HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES.

Names, column 1: Names, column 2:
 Sergt. James Halksworth,T.S.C.  Pte. Jesse Chas. Parr,D.I.Y.
 Pte. William Andrew Hughes,N & D.  Sapper Geo. Wm. Storer,R.E.
 Pte. Joseph Holmes,N & D.  Lieut. Wm. Stanley Aulton,R.F.C.
 Major Harold Futvoye Lea,W.Y.  Pte. Geo. Wm. Knowles,N & D.
 Lieut John B. A. Marsden-Smedley,R.N.  Pte. Charles Crooks,R.M.P.
 2nd. Lieut. Edgar S. Oliver,I.A.R.O.  Pte. William Curzon,N & D.
 Corpl. Ernest Robt. Snowball,D.I.Y.  Pte. Harry Thorpe,S.F.
 Corpl. Arthur Wigley,R.F.C.  Pte. William Knowles,M.R.
 Pte. Stanley Wykes,N & D.  Pte. John Knowles,N & D.
 Sergt. William Broomhead,K.O.R.L. ✢2nd Lieut. Geo. F. Marsden-Smedley,R.B.
 Pte. Harry Clarkstone,N & D.  2nd Lieut. Wm. Evans Yeomans,W.R.
 Gnnr Arnold Moses Hall,T.C.  Pte. Edwin Marsh,M.R.
 Pte. Denis Ollerenshaw,K.O.R.L.  Pte. Frank Marshall,M.R.
 Sergt. Fredc. Ollerenshaw,T.C.  Pte. Ar. Sydney Nowell,S.R.
 Pte. Roy Ollerenshaw, S.F. ✢Pte. Arthur Brown,S.F.
 Pte. Herbert Crooks,E.Y.  Trooper G. Noel Hanford,S.N.R.
 Sergt. Albert Dockeril,N.T.A.  Pte. John Adam Radford,S.N.
✢Pte. Harold Marsh,S.F.  Pte. Finley Mc.Millan,B.W.
 Pte. Chas. Fredc. Marriott,R.M.  Sapper Horace E. Holmes,R.E.
 Lieut. H. L. H. Payne,R.H.A.  Pte. James Noel Lowe,A.S.C.
 Pte. Wilfred Swift,R.M.  2nd A. M. Wm. H. Potter,R.F.C.
 Lce. Sergt. W. P. Knowles, MMS.F.  Pte. James Hy. Beardsley,R.S.
✢Lieut. Geo. F. Walker,Y & P.  Sergt. Thos. Wm. Marsh,G.H.
 Pte. Lewis Rowley Leafe,S.F.  Seaman Harold Potter,R.N.
 Lce. Corpl. George Gaunt,Y.L.I.  Trooper Alfred Wm. Knowles,D.I.Y.
 Driver Robert Simpson,R.F.A.  Sig. Stanley Ar. Bartlett, M.M.R.F.A.
 Sergt. Jno. Arnold Hanford,R.E.  Corpl. Wm. Hodgkinson, M.M.S.F.
 Pte. John Price,S.S.  Pte. Samuel Crooks,S.F.
 Driver Arthur Thorpe,A.S.C.  Lce. Corpl. Gustine Allan Dawes,L.N.L.
 Lce. Corpl William Fox,N & D.  Lce. Corpl. Bertram S. HanfordN & D.
 Pte. Samuel Jessop,R.A.M.C.  Lce. Corpl. Thos. Blake Lowe,N & D.
 Sergt. Fredc. H. Slater,R.A.M.C.  Pte. Frank NewtonS. F.

Australians.
 Sergt. Edwin Allwood,A.I.
 Lce. Corpl. Fred Allwood,A.I.
 Driver Harry Briggs,A.I.F.

Names, column 3: Names, column 4:
 Pte. Thomas Slack,S.F.  Pte. Edwin Leafe,S.Y.
 Pte. Albert Hy. Henshaw,R.B.  Sapper. Robert Limb, R.E.
 Sapper Frank Peach,R.E.  Driver Chas. Arthur Davis,A.S.C.
 Pte. Walter Bunting, M.M.N.F.  Lce. Corpl. Bertram Thorpe,M.G.S.
 Pte. Allan Millward,S.S.  Sapper William Spencer,R.E.
 Pte. Jack PeachS.F.  Gunner John William Wragg,R.G.A.
 Pte. Frederic Smith,N & D.  Sapper Horace Curtiss Parr,R.E.
 Pte. Joseph Hellsall Fritchley,N & D.  Pte. Samuel Broomhead,L.N.
 Pte Clifford Barker,G.R.  Pte. Thomas Wm. Slater,E.L.
 Pte. Edwd. Allen Petts,N & D.  Pte. Geo. Wm. Turner Barton,R.G.A.
 Pte. Isaac Hodgkinson,N.S.  Pte. Albert Millward,S.F.
 Gunner Samuel Gregory,R.G.A.  Gunner Geo. Albt. Vernon Price,R.G.A.
 Gunner Percy Henshaw,R.G.A.  Pte. John Henry Sellors,S.F.
 Pte. George Radford,N & D.  Gunner William Worthy,R.F.A.
 Cyclist Joshua Conquest,R.C.B.  Driver John William Else,R.F.A.
 Pte. John Else,N.S.  Pte. Charles Limb,A.S.C.
 Pte. William Walker,E.Y.  Driver John William Turner,R.F.A.
✢Pte. Frederic George Hawley,N.S.  Gunner William Thorpe,R.G.A.
 Sig. William Brown,R.F.A.  Pte. Chas. Edwd. Machin,W.Y.
 Pte. Thomas Hodgkinson,S.F.  Pte. Frank Else,W.Y.
 Pte. Percy Roe,S.F.  Pte. Stanley Underwood,S.S.
 First A. M. William. Foster,R.F.C.  Pte. Richd. Ernt. Gordon Cowley,T.R.
 Pte. Clarence Ar. Ed. Bunting,S.F.  Sig. Joseph Knowles, R.G.A.
 Pte. Samuel Steeples,S.F.  Pte. William. Petts,D.L.I.
 Pte. George William Ward,S.F.  Pte. James Edward Amatt,
 Pte. Charles Wildgoose,S.F.  Gunner Henry Ollerenshaw,R.G.A.
 Pte. William Newton,K.O.Y.L.I.  Pte. Edward Worthy,A.S.C.
 Gun. Leonard Bunting Wigley,R.G.A.  Pte. Jack Hudson,R.F.C.
 Pte. Harry Wykes,N & D.  Pte. Lewis Wheeldon,R.A.M.C.
 Lieut. Joseph Edward Benison,S.A.  Gunner James Worthy,R.A.M.C.
 Pte Ernest FernK.O.Y.L.I.  Pte William Johnson,Leicester R.
 Pte George Allwood,G.R.
 Canadians.
  Driver Wm. Crooks,C.E.
 ✢Pte. Francis Ernest. DavisP.P.C.L.I.
 ✢Pte. Harold Oakley,C.S.
  Pte. Arthur Oakley,P.P.C.L.I.
  Gunr. Arthur Walker,C.A.B.

Foot of the memorial:
✢Killed. MM Military Medal.  Vicar: Rev. Gerrard E. Wigram, M.A.
Churchwardens: ( Mr.J. B. Marsden-Smedley, J.P.
        ( Mr. Thomas Walker.

Bottom right margin of the memorial:
HONEY & CO., 40, BANK ST., SHEFFIELD.

Foot of the frame:
PRESENTED BY MR. G. S. MARPLE.

Conflicts and people named:
Conflict First World War (1914-1919) Totals
Action Not stated
Number died  7  7
Number served and returned 128 128
Total names 135 135
Administration
Custodian: Presumed to be the trustees of the Florence Nightingale Memoial Hall, Registered Charity number 520453.

Local authorities:
From WW1: Dethick, Lea and Holloway Parish Council, Belper Rural District Council; Derbyshire County Council.
From 1974: Dethick, Lea and Holloway Parish Council, Amber Valley Borough Council; Derbyshire County Council.
History and Conservation
Unknown date: The memorial was presented by Mr G. S. Marple.

23rd December, 1996: The Dethick, Lea and Holloway Conservation Area was first designated. The hall lies within it.

December, 2001: The Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site was inscribed. The hall lies within the Buffer Zone.

3rd November, 2018: The memorial was surveyed by Roy Branson. It was in fair condition and cared for.
References
Comments
Similar, but by no means identical, rolls of honour are also displayed in the Methodist Church and in Christ Church.

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