Notes from a Peakland Parish

An Account of the Church and Parish of Hope in the County of Derby,
by William Smith Porter (1923)

Transcribed by Rosemary Lockie, © Copyright 1999-2000

Chapter XII.

INHABITANTS OF THE PARISH OF HOPE WHO SERVED OVERSEAS IN THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR, 1914-1918.

The following inhabitants of the parish of Hope laid down their lives for their country:

D. ARMSTRONG.
EDWARD DALTON.
JOSEPH DUGDALE.
PERCIVAL FROGGATT.
JESSE MARSDEN.
SEPTIMUS OLLERENSHAW.
THOMAS OLLERENSHAW.
J.W. WHITTINGHAM.

The following served overseas:

HOPETHORNHILL
J.D. AdamsonA. LessonsG. Andrew
J.R. ArmstrongD. LewisR. Bookless
C. ArmstrongW.H. MillsA. Darwent
B. AshtonR.F. NicholsonJ. Darwent
F. AshtonF.J. NicholsonT. Darwent
V. BroughG.E. OllerenshawF.A. Duffield
A.E. BullivantJ. OllerenshawJ.H. Froggatt
W.W. ChadwickM. OllerenshawG. Lee
F. ChapmanC. ProctorW. Marsden
H. ChapmanJ.H. PursegloveW. Otter
I. CooperF. PursegloveO. Sidebottom
W. CotterillP. RandallH. Wilson
W. EvansR. Sealey 
J. EyreE. ShirtBROUGH AND SHATTON
G. GibbinsH. ShirtJ. Brookham
W. GreenT.W. TurnerE. Chapman
O. GreenW. TymW. Chapman
W. GreenJ.F. TownsendL. Dungworth
A. HadfieldR. WeaverW. Eyre
F. HadfieldW. WeaverA. Maltby
J.L. Hadfield F. Wilson
M. HadfieldASTON 
G. HallG. Dalton 
E.L. HallamJ. Graham 
R. HallamG.H. Wells 
H. HarrisonP. Wells 

The above names are inscribed on the Cenotaph, erected at the entrance to the village as a war memorial in 1921.

OCR/Transcription by Rosemary Lockie in January 2000.

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