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Memorial Title

St George's Church - WW1 Served


Derbyshire War Memorials: a description and report of a WW1 roll of honour in St George's Church, Ticknall.

Setting Memorial

Last known location:
St George's Church
Church La
Nearest postcode:
DE73 7JU

SK 35134 24104
(From online digital mapping)
Location details:
On the west return of the south arcade.

Overall type: Roll of Honour

Overall condition: Fair. The inscription is legible.


A handwritten paper roll of honour in a wooden frame. The roll has a thin red latin cross at the head and a thin red line as a border. The inscription is in different styles of sentence case black lettering with some rubricated initials and the names of the fallen have a small red cross to the left. The thin, semi-rugged frame has overlapping corners.

Component Material Height Width Depth Condition
Roll of Honour Paper 540 370 - Good
Frame Wood 705 530 30 Good
Dimensions in millimetres ±5mm unless stated otherwise.

Roll of Honour.
Names of the men from this Parish who served in
The Great War.
1914 - 1918.
+ Aplin Douglas
 Archer James
+ Banton Arthur
 Banton Ernest
 Banton William
+ Bates Harry
 Beard Charles
 Betteridge George
 Betteridge Harold
 Bloor Albert E.
 Bloor Ernest
+ Bloor William H.
 Bond Frederick
 Brearley George
 Brearley John
 Brierley Philip
 Bromley Herbert
+ Cartlidge Arthur
 Cartlidge Henry
 Clarke Frank
 Clarke John
 Clarke Walter
 Cook Christopher
 Cook John
 Cook Lammas
 Cook Richard
 Cooper Richard
 Cooper Walter
 Cowley Harry
 Craven Thomas
 Cross Edmund
 Cross Samuel G
 Dexter Alfred
 Dexter Arthur N.
 Dexter John
+ Dexter Richard W.
 Dexter William H.
 Draper Arthur W
 Draper John
 Draper John H.
 Draper Robert
 Gale Alfred
 Gee Arthur
 Gee George T.
 Gee Henry
 Gee Walter
 Harrison James
 Harrison Harry M (Lieut)
 Harrison John P (Capt)
 Harrison William J. W.
 Harrison Wiliam
 Hatton George T.
 Hatton William
 Hill Arthur
 Hill Richard
 Holmes Walter
 Holt Henry
+ Holt James
 Hudson George J.
 Hulse Archibald
 Hulse William R.
+ Hyde John
+ Hyde Wilfred
 Heafield Harry
 James Albert
+ James Archibald
 James George
 James Statham
+ Jones James W.
 Jones William
 Joynes James W.
 Joynes Samuel
 Joynes Vauncey
 Kirkman Arthur
 Kirkman Walter
 Kirkman Walter
 Langdon Edgar
 Leese Albert
 Lloyd Eric (Capt)
 Lloyd Reginald B (Capt)
 Marriott Alfred
 Marriott Edward
 Marriott Edwin
 Marriott George
+ Marriott George H.
 Marriott George H.
 Marriott George T.
 Marriott John
+ Marriott Joseph
 Marriott William J
 Massey Charles
 Massey William
 Mear Ernest
 Miller George W
 Minion Garton
 Noble Wilson
+ Parkes Ernest
 Painter Walter
 Rawding Robert
 Rawding William
 Sadler John
 Sanders William
+ Senior Albert M (Capt)
 Shaw George H.
 Shreeve Roland
 Smart Charles
 Smedley Thomas
 Smith Albert
+ Smith Arthur
 Smith George
 Smith Harry
 Soar Henry
 Soar William H
 Spencer Thomas
 Sutton Charles
 Swift Frank
 Thacker William
 Topliss Clifford
 Wardle John
 Wardle Samuel
 Wilkinson Alfred
 Wilkinson John
 Woodward Joseph
+ Woodward Seth
+ Woodward William
 Wright Harry
 Woodward Frank
The Red Cross marks those who gave their lives.

Conflicts and people named
Conflict First World War (1914-1919)
Number died  18
Number served and returned 109
Total names 127

Custodian: Presumed to be the Parochial Church Council.

Local authorities:
After WW1: Ticknall Parish Council; Hartshorne and Seals Rural District Council; Derbyshire County Council.
After WW2: Ticknall Parish Council; Repton Rural District Council; Derbyshire County Council.
From 1974: Ticknall Parish Council; South Derbyshire District Council; Derbyshire County Council.

17th November, 1972: The church lies in the Ticknall Conservation Area first designated on that date.

16th January, 1987: The church was listed Grade II, Heritage List for England reference 1334583.

19th May. 2015: The memorial was surveyed by Roy Branson and Alan Willmot. It was in good condition.

Programme of Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of WW1, Ticknall Parish Council, 2014.

Page © Roy Branson