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28th61st

Grindon, Staffordshire

GRINDON ROLL of HONOUR and ROLL OF SERVICE STAFFORDSHIRE Located inside the parish church To the glory of god and in honoured memory of those who fell in action or gave their services in the Great War BURNETT Harold L/Cpl P/2446 Mounted Military Police died 12/11/1917 age 25. Son of Arthur and Hannah of Penn Farm, Grindon. Commemorated on the Basra Memorial, Iraq CARTER James Arthur Gnr 152628, 70th Bty, 34th Bde, Royal Field Artillery died 21/10/1917 age 27. Son of Mary Alice of Sandhurst Longsdon, Staffs. Buried at Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery, Belgium CRITCHLOW William Pte 37054, 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers died 7/5/1917. Son of Mr R. Critchlow of Ford, Grindon. Buried at Fuisans British cemetery, Etrun, France MYCOCK John Pte 202588, 1/5th North Staffs Regt died 15/2/1917 age 33. Son of Arthur and Harriet of Deepdale, near Grindon.and brother of harry who also fell Buried at Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty, France MYCOCK Harry Pte 37116, 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers died 10/10/1916. Brother of John who also fell. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France Roll of Service list the men who returned The clock in the tower was erected by the parishioners as a Thank-Offering for peace and as a memorial for those who died or fought in the war



Grindon, Staffordshire
28th61st, Nov 8, 2012