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Barnburgh Roll of Honour

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posted on 2024-06-05, 19:00 authored by Their Finest Hour Project Team

Barnburgh Parish Book of Remembrance.

The names of our local people who participated in the war are displayed on Remembrance boards in St Peter's church, Barnburgh. Local people and visitors are interested to read the names on the boards. Some are still familiar village names still in use today. To all those who read the names, each life represents a person prepared to fight for peace, family, country and for a way of life worthy to be defended. They were prepared to pay the ultimate sacrifice for their beliefs so that we may live. This book is kept in St Peter's church Barburgh on display in a glass cabinet.

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St Peter's Church Barnburgh Roll of Honour WW2

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Various local people

Person who shared the story/items

Miss B Rutter on behalf of St Peters Church Barnburgh Church Council

Relationship between the subject of the story and its contributor

Strangers

Type of submission

Shared online via the Their Finest Hour project website.

Record ID

106950

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