The following is a list of names of the men of Hasland who were killed during the first and second World Wars whose names are on the Cenotaph in Eastwood Park, Hasland. I have further information on some of them and if you are interested in this please do get in touch.
TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THIS PART OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HASLAND WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE CAUSE OF GOD, KING AND COUNTRY
THEIR DEEDS LIVE AFTER THEM
FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH
Albert Allen, Harry Appleyard, Arthur Frederick Arnold, Alfred Henry Askey, John Attenborough, Jabez Attenborough, Thomas Benjamin Bamford, George Bailey, Robert Frederick Bennett, Bernard James Bland, Percy Arthur Booth, James Bradley, William Bradley, John Brown, John Buckles, Joseph Burnham, Kenneth Butt, William Chamberlain, William Arthur Cockett, Herbert Harold Cowley, Albert Victor Day, John W.Davidson, Cecil F.Deacon, Thomas Harry Deakin, William Henry Dumelow, Charles Dumelow, William Thomas Edwards, George Henry Fisher, William Henry George, James Gilding, Arthur Goodwin, Harry Goodwin, William Harry Graham, John Thomas Guest, Albert William Hancock, J.Roland Heath, Bernard C.Hoole, William H.Hopkinson, Charles Cuthbert Hollingworth, George Hollingworth, James Holland, Daniel Holland, Arthur Hutchby, Stanley Iliffe, Robert Iball Jones, Harold James Jenkinson, Albert Henry Kent, Thomas Keightley, Walter Cyril Lynn, Ernest Albert Marsh, Willoughby Mellor, John Mellor, Ernest Mellor, Wilfred Mellor, Fred Metcalf, William Mitson, Oliver Moakes, Arnold Mycock, Frederick John Organ, George Padbury, John Pell, Albert Penn, Thomas E.Pickering, Samuel Hill Rawson, William Raybould, James Riggott, William T.Ruff, Albert Rowland, James Rumsey, George Frederick Rush, Harry Scott, Henry Simmons, Thomas William Sulman, Stanley Trueman, Bert Turley, William Manfred Unwin, Tom Vero, James Coxon Walker, Frederick Walker, John Widdowson, Walter T.Williams, George Harry Wilson, Wilfred Woolley, John White.
I also have some information on the soldiers who were killed during the Great War who lived in both Winsick and Birdholme.
1939 - 1945
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
Charles Adams, Sydney Alcock, Frank Ashmore, Alan Blanksby, Frederick Bowen, John Brown, Fred Carr, Peter Cheesewright, Kenneth Davison, Bernard Edenbrow, David Garner, William Hadley, Eric Hibbert, Percy Higgs, John Jacques, Albert Lord, Frank Lowe, Jack Marriott, Dennis Mothersole, Dennis Plater, George Presswood, Walter Shelbourne, Thomas Simmonds, Clifford Taylor, Roy Vardy, Alfred Wale, Ian Watson, Harry Watts, John Webber, Arthur Williams, George Williams, Wilfred Wilson.