Welcome to Sheffield WW1 War Memorials & Rolls of Honour


These Memorials and Rolls of Honour form the source data of our larger project Sheffield Soldiers of WW1.

Click on the alphabetic lists above to view the larger memorial pages or click on the following link to view a fuller list

Memorials & Rolls of Honour if you are still unable to find a memorial visit our Search Page. There are many missing memorials, you may be able to help, please click onto Missing and Lost Memorials.

A very satisfying part of our project is the photographing and transcription of the many rolls of honour and memorials to be found in Sheffield commemorating the men and women who served and died in the Great War.

We have transcribed over 200 such rolls/memorials. We are still on the look out for more 'lost' ones. These were the 'unofficial' way men and women were remembered for their service. Schools, Churchs, neighbourhoods and factories drew up their own lists of men and women whose names were to be transcribed onto the memorials. These ranged from rolls with a couple of thousand names on them to small personal plaques and stained windows in churchs.

Again, we think it very worth while to photograph and record these, as many places of worship are closing due to dwindling congregations  and amalgamations.

There are many stories to be found of such rolls and memorials being dumped in road side skips to end up as landfill !

Click this link to take you to the Memorial A to Z

Click this link to take you to Lost Memorials and Rolls of honour


Sheffield War Memorial, Barkers Pool




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