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War Memorial - Birtley, Northumberland, England

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

The memorial and the wooden cross are situated on the churchyard of St Giles
The panels can be found inside of the church.

In honour of the men from this parish
who fell in the Great War
1914 - 1919
War Memorial WW I Names WW I Bertram Allgood
Thomas Brown
John A. Charlton
John T. Hutchinson
Alexander Hutton
Thomas Lauderdale
William Milburn
William E. Robson
John G. Southern

Panel WW II 1939 - 1945

John L. Smith

Wooden cross Plaque on wooden cross Erected? to the memory of
B. Allgood
1st Royal Irish Rifles
Killed in action 7th Dec

CWGC: died 6th Dec 1914

Church window
Inscription 01 Inscription 02 Inscription 03

To the honour and glory of God, and in loving memory of William Gilbert, died 3rd August 1902, aged 17 years, and John Thomas,
killed in action in France 24th April 1918, aged 28 years. Sons of Ralph and Adamenia Hutchinson of Birtley Shields.

War memorial panel To the glory of God
and in memory of
Pte. William Ernest Robson
of Low Shield ???
who fell in action in France
5 November 1916
aged 35 years.

War memorial panel To
the glory of God
and in loving memory of
John Thomas Hutchinson
of Birtley Shields and of
the Australian Imperial Forces
who was killed in action in
France, 24th April 1918
aged 28.

War memorial panel In loving memory of
John Leslie Smith, R. A. S. C.
of this parish
who died of wounds
at Fuka, Egypt, June 1942
aged 35 years.


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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