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War Memorial - Baxenden, Lancashire, England




Baxenden, Lancashire, England Baxenden, Lancashire, England Baxenden, Lancashire, England
This
memorial
was erected by
public subscription
to the
glory of God
and
in memory of
our Baxenden Lads
who
gave their lives
for us
in the Great War
1914 - 1919

"Greater love hath
no man than this."
War
Memorial

1914 - 1919
and
1939 - 1945
In
memory
of our
Baxenden
Lads
Poppie wreath

Baxenden, Lancashire, England
1914 - 1919


Anderson, W.
Anderton, J. H.
Bailey, H.
Barnes, J. A.
Bates, T. H.
Bolton, J.
Bond, H. H.
Brandon, T.
Bury, P.
Chevin, W. T.
Dobson, W.
Downes, J.
Duckworth, F.
Duckworth, J. P.
Gore, E.
Greenwood, J.
Hambling, B. G.
Hambling, C. B.
Baxenden, Lancashire, England
1914 - 1919


Hawker, W.
Heys, J. E.
Heys, J. L.
Hindle, A.
Johnson, H.
Kenyon, E.
Livett, J.
Marsden, F.
Moss, J.
Ratcliffe, F.
Rushton, F.
Skellern, J. J.
Smith, J. E.
Stott, F.
Todd, W. C.
Waterworth, D.
Whitehead, J. W.
Whitehead, R.

Baxenden, Lancashire, England
And
in the
Second World War
1939 - 1945


Cucknell, A.
Gibson, E.
Kavanagh, W.
Winterbottom, R.


Also see    Baxenden St. John    for further information.




Angel   

This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.

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