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Tutbury War Memorials

List of Tutbury War Memorials

 

 

 

MemorialLocationCommemoratesWarNotes
St. Mary’s Churchyard
Stone Cross War Memorial (SCWM)Near the south door of St. Mary’s church47 WWI and 13 WWII FallenWWI & WWIIConserved 2012-2016
Small marble MemorialIn the churchyard to the north of the church near the pathOwen Bunting and Alick Owen (WWI)WWI
Inside St. Mary’s
Bronze plaqueInside St. Mary’s on the West wall to the left of the main West DoorTrooper E. Bentley of the Imperial YeomanryBoer WarDied in 1901 in Harrisburg, South Africa
Marble TabletOn the south wall in the Memorial Chapel48 FallenWWI
Marble TabletOn the south wall in the Memorial Chapel13 Fallen WWII
Marble PlaqueOn the south wall in the Memorial ChapelWilliam Trafford NewtonWWI
Roll of Honour Leaning against the south wall in the Memorial Chapel333 men from the village who served in the armed forces in WWIWWIA framed, glazed hand written document
Independent Order of Odd Fellows Marble tabletLeaning against the south wall in the Memorial Chapel17 IOOF members who Fell in WWIWWIOriginally mounted on the wall of the IOOF meeting hall in Tutbury High Street
Stained glass windowIn the south wall in the Memorial ChapelWilliam Trafford NewtonWWI
Wooden prayer standChancelRobert ThornWWII
Roll of Honour for WWIIOn loan to R&J Nuth for research13 Fallen and the 273 from the village who served in WWII.
It additionally lists 16 men from the parish who died in the Fauld explosion
WWIIFacsimile copies are being created for public viewing
Ebenezer Congregational Church
Brass Plate “To the Glorious Dead”On the front of the organ, Ebenezer Congregational ChurchFallen of WWI?WWI?
WWI Roll of Honour BoardFormerly in the Congregational Sunday School now in the custody of the Congregational ChurchThose from the Congregational Church Sunday School who served in WWIWWIA glazed, framed document
Missing
Framed MemorialWas on the balcony of the Ebenezer Congregational Church7 Fallen and 26 who served in WWIWWILast seen in 2002 in Robert Minchin’s Memorials survey for the Museum
Druids Memorial tabletErected at the Castle Inn, Bridge Street6 Fallen and a further 36 who served in WWIWWIReported in the Burton Chronicle in Feb 1920
Relates to the SCWM
Architectural Drawing of the SCWMLeaning against the south wall of the Memorial ChapelWWI and WWIIFramed, glazed document conserved at Staffordshire Archive 2016
Trophy GunsOfficial Government issued WWI Trophies
Maxim Machine GunTutbury MuseumWWIOriginally thought to have been at the Boys School
Field GunOriginally situated at the “Little Bridge” on Bridge StreetWWIfate unknown – possibly WWII scrap metal collection