Emmanuel Church Attercliffe




From Canon Odoms Memorials of Sheffield

‘A stone tablet in the south aisle contains the names of seven members of the congregation who fell in the Great War.’

The Church was demolished in WW2

Click here to view the names on the Roll of Honour

We have found photographs and further information for 3 out of the 7 men names on this memorial

Rifleman Thomas Burns

R/13946 18th Kings Royal Rifle Corps

Son of Mrs. Charlotte E. Turner of 16 Blackmore St. Sheffield.

Commemorated on Tyne Cott Memorial Panel 115 to 119 and 162A and 163A

Pte. Jim Gough

242309 1/7th Gordon Highlanders

The son of Thomas & Sarah Elizabeth Gough, of 350 Main Street, Darnall, Sheffield. Native of Sheffield.

Commemorated at Etaples Military Cemetery, ref. XXV. D. 16A

L/Cpl. John Palmer

10995 6th York & Lancs

Son of John G & M.A. Palmer, of 43 Swarcliffe Road, Darnall, Sheffield

Commemorated at the Helles Memorial, Panel 171 to 173





A new Home for the Memorial

We discovered in 2013 that this tablet has been sat on the site in full view since the church was demolished after the second world war due to the Blitz. We contacted various organisations, including Emmanuels mother church, the Cathedral, but sadly no one wanted to take care of it. After contacting Sheffield City Council and liaising with Judi Sidall, we managed to get the tablet relocated to one of Emmanuels sister churches, St Albans on Chapelwood road, Darnall.



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