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This fine memorial is located on High Street, of the lovely village of Sandbach in Cheshire.

 

 

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It is an elaborate octagonal stone monument inscribed with the names of those of Sandbach who fell in the first and second world wars.

 

The monument is Grade II Listed.

 

As always, please take whatever Images that you want. 

 

 

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Here is the full list of the recorded names:-

 

TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE FROM THIS TOWN WHO FELL
IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918.
+
LIVE THOU FOR
ENGLAND   -   WE FOR ENGLAND DIED

 

 

Cyril G ALLCOCK
William ASTLE
Richard AYRES
Arthur BARRATT
Stanley BATES
John BEECH
Walter BENNETT
Samuel BOLSHAW
Harold BOYD
George BRANDRETH
George BUCKLEY
Amos BROWN
William BULLIMORE
Fred CHADWICK
Ernest CONDLIFFE
Frank COOKE
George DAVIES
John W DAWSON
Albert DODD
Harry DODD
William DUTTON
Richard W EACHUS
Albert ELSBY
George EVANS
Frank H FOXLEY
Leonard GIBSON
William GIBSON
Ernest GUEST
Sydney HALL
Herbert HAMPTON
John HOPKINS
William HANCOCK
Arthur HARRISON
Leslie HINDSON
Harry HOUGHTON
Frank HUGHES

Seymour JACKSON
Thomas JACKSON
Daniel JOHNSON
Alec JONES
Robert JOHNSON
John KELLY
Peter KELLY
Frederick KERSHAW
John W LEA
John LEA
Frank LEESE
Samuel LEESE
John LEWIS
Frank LUNT
Leonard MELLOR
John MERCER
Thomas V MULLINER
Samuel MURRAY
Abraham OAKS
William C PLASKETT
Walter PROPHETT
Harry PROPHETT
Walter PROUDLOVE
Albert ROBINSON
Edmund ROBINSON
Charles RICHARDSON
Alfred RYDER
Frank RYDER
Thomas SHELLEY
Charles SHEPHERD
Joseph SMALLWOOD
William STOCKTON
Frederick SPROSTON
Daniel TRUEMAN
Samuel TRUEMAN
William UPTON
William VENABLES
Charles VINE
Joseph VINE
Charles WAKEFIELD
Oliver WAKEFIELD
Harry WALLEY
Joseph WATSON
Edward WILKINSON
Harry WILKINSON
Quinton WYATT
Frederick WHITTAKER

 

THE WORLD WAR
1939 - 1945
WE REMEMBER THEE
O LORD AND ENTRUST
TO THY KEEPING
THOSE WHO DIED IN THE
DEFENCE OF FREEDOM
AND JUSTICE.

 

William BAGNALL
Eric BAYLEY
Harry BAYLEY
Raymond BENNETT
Harold A BROWN

Leonard BULLOCK
William BULLOCK
Frank O COOKE
Roy COOKE
William CHADWICK

Max H CHIVERTON
Herbert COUNSELL
C Ernest CRAWFORD
Alec DALE
J Geoffrey FAULKNER

John FORD
William FRADLEY
Thomas GRIFFIN
George HILL
William HILTON

Henry HINETT
Fred HAWORTH
Harry JOHNSON
Oswald JONES
Geoffrey LANGMEAD

Harold LEA
George LEESE
John LEESON
Charles OLLIER
John PRICE
Kenneth RICHARDS

Frank S ROBERTS
Roy ROBINSON
Herbert W C ROWE
James W SIMCOCK
Kenneth SMALLWOOD
Leonard H WORRALL

 

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55 minutes ago, Kitchener's Bugle said:

This fine memorial is located on High Street, of the lovely village of Sandbach in Cheshire.

Thanks for a most comprehensive post.

Can I suggest you correct the typo in the title otherwise it might prove difficult to locate the thread in future?

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Excellent photographs Mr Bugle, thanks for posting. I shall put Sandbach on my list of local places to visit if we ever get out of this Covid mess.

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