|Matlock & Matlock Bath : The War Memorials
|Commemorating Matlock's and Matlock Bath's War Casualties
To acknowledge the service to their country of
those who had given their lives and to help future generations
remember their sacrifice, two large war memorials were constructed
in Matlock and Matlock Bath at the end of the First War.
Memorials were also built at Scarthin and Starkholmes.
After the Second World War the names of the Casualties were added.
A smaller Memorial has
been placed on the Hall Leys in more recent times.
We will remember them
|Remembering the Dead:
||Names and further information:
|Before & during WW1:
Information in the Matlock & Matlock Bath section of this website:
Day Parade, 1914
The National Reserve was formed before the First World War. The
page gives details of the Matlock men who participated in the parade
taken from a contemporary newspaper report, and some notes on joining
up and conscription elsewhere on this site.
are a few newspaper cuttings, containing small details on Matlock
Bath and its War effort, for the years 1914, 1915, 1917 and 1919 elsewhere
on this site. The two newspapers, The High Peak News and The
Derbyshire Times, regularly carried very full reports about the
casualties and some local men made fairly regular contributions to
- Matlock Bath
Men Serving King and Country, 1914 lists some of those who enlisted
at the outbreak of war
- Matlock Bath: Soldiers Billeted at Cromford Court in WW2
Some of those commemorated on the memorials are also remembered on
headstones or plaques in the churchyards
- Find them in a census
1891 census transcripts | 1901
- Contributions to the Patriotic Fund, 1854
Fundraising to help the needy of the Crimean War - and the Napoleonic
Wars some fifty years before
- Books & Other Publications
Includes details of the latest book "THE BATH AT WAR"
- Matlock Bath Today (6)
Includes a photograph of the memorial in the snow, 2010
Elsewhere on The Andrews Pages:
Dale War Memorial
and Holloway War Memorial (also Dethick)
- General Redvers H. Buller's V.C.
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