Roll of Honour 2014

Roll of Honour 1920

Belper News Roll of Honour 1914

Men from Lea Mills

War Memorials

Lea Mills Postcards

Wireworks Roll of Honour

Front Lines,
(memorial event November 2014)

Unknown soldiers

Advert& posters

Photo Album

Medals & awards

Conscientious Objectors

Arthur Ludlow, Conscientious Objector

Henry Smith, Conscientious Objector

Pacifist March

German PoW in Crich

Crich Knitting Guild

Field punishments

VAD hospitals

Paragraph 392

Support from home

Zeppelin raid

Newspaper snippets

Parish map

Trench art & poetry

Postcards

King's message

Surrender of the German Fleet 1918

Music from WW1

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CRICH PARISH-WW1

Crich, Fritchley, Whatstandwell, Bullbridge, Crich Carr, Coddington, Moorwood Moor, Plaistow Green, Wheatcroft, Wakebridge

This site is about those men and women from the Parish of Crich who served during the great War. The purpose of these records is to ensure that they are much more than "just a name" on a Roll of Honour.

The original 1920 Roll of Honour in St Mary's Church, Crich had 395 names. We discovered many omissions and errors on this Roll and have produced a new Roll of Honour for 2014. This new Roll has 425 names, ranks, regiments and, where known, photographs.

Crich Parish consists of the villages of Crich, Whatstandwell and Fritchley. It also includes the 'hamlets' of Crich Carr, Wheatcroft, Wakebridge, Coddington, Bullbridge, Moorwood Moor and Plaistow Green. Some of the people involved lived outside the parish but had strong connections with Crich Parish and have been included in the records.

These records commemorate all those who served in the 1914–1918 War. Some of the men returned whilst others lost their lives in the conflict. Many of the men returned wounded, ill or mentally damaged.

Also included are the men from Lea Mills who served in the Great War. Some of these men were from the parish but many were from nearby villages and hamlets. Lea Mills was a major employer of the men and women of the Crich area

This is work in progress. Please feel free to contact us and add further information or add corrections. It is hoped to complete it during the 2014–2018 centenary of WW1.

This research was supported by a grant from the

Heritage Lottery Fund.

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Photograph of St Mary's Church, Crich
St Mary's War Memorial, Crich

This website is complementary to three others concerned with news, events, history and heritage of the Crich area –

Crich Parish

Crich Area Community News (CACN)

Crich Heritage Partnership (CHP)

Crich Parish Council have their own website hosted by the CACN website.

Crich Parish Council

Clicking on these links will take you to their sites and away from this site.