REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 2005
Aspull & New Springs dead of both wars:
157 brave young menSOUTH SIDE:W. Barton - J. Bimson - J.E. Broomhead - W. Caine - T. Cassidy- G. Collier - L. Crompton - W. Green - G. Gregory - S. H. Haddock - J. Hall - K. Harrison - W. Heyes - J. Hughes - W. Ingham - J. Ingram - E. Isherwood - H. Makinson - W. Morgan - T. Pilkington - W. Ralphs - N. Robinson - J. Seddon - L. Seddon - W. Settle - A. Southern - J. Simm - R.H. Sutch - J. Tickle - A. Tierney - W. Walmsley - J. Ward - W. Webber - W. Williams - E. Winstanley - J. Wood - G. Woods - W. Young - W. Wood - R. Armer - S. Fairhurst - G.L. Mill - J. Makinson - A. Postlethwaite - C.W. Sherrif - L. Whitter
G. Gregory - C.A. Greenacre - L. Gillot - H. Grundy - J. Heaps - H. Hough - C. Hillman - C. Hindley - A. Holding - R. Hart - E. Harrington - J. Hughes - J. Hill - W. Johnson - J. Johnson - G. E. James - F. A. James - H. James - C. S. James - L. Lycett - J. Johnson - V. Johnson - J.R.S. Jones - J. Kelley - R.L. Lyon - W. Langton - A. Lowe - D. Mather - W. Monks - T. Mehers - J. Melling - B.T. Melling - S. Melling
EAST SIDE:S. Morris - W. Mercer - J. Miller - R.J. McCartney - J. Muldoon - J. Melling - B. Melling - F. Naylor - H. Pickup - J. Prescott - J.R. Rawlinson - T. Richardson - P. Richardson - J.S. Ralphson - R. Ralphs - S. Rudd - T. Rawlinson - W. Simm - E. Salt - R.K Sumner - T. Smith - W. Southam - J. Sabin - J. Sibbering - T. Simm - R. Shepherd - J.W. Silcock - J. Southern - G. Trainor - J. Walker - M.J. Wallis - J.E. White - J. Wilkinson - S. Willan - R. Wynne - E. Wharton - J.E. Young - L. Yates - C.W. Warwick
H. Ashton - J. Austin - A. Airey - F. Anderton - J. Anderton - J. Balfour - B. Baker - F.S. Bryan - W. Bentley - J. Bibby - E. Brown - R. Belshaw - T. Banks - R. Barclay - A. Burns - H. Cartwright - J. Coleman - J.W. Croston - A. Crompton - T. Croston - A. Cush - M. Caine - J. Corrigan - J.J. Cox - J. Cox - T. Dempsey - W. Donaghue - W. Dixon - P. Doyle - J. Foster - J. Freeman - P. Farley - H. Green -
H.Gray - W. Gregory - E. Grundy - H. Gibson - J. Gibson - W. Gregory
10.30 am Sunday 13th November 2005
Laying the wreaths
The Pipe Band arrive from Aspull British Legion
The band and members of New Springs British Legion arrive after their long march up.
New Springs Branch members
More from New Springs
New Springs Brownies. Well done girls!
The last post was
played followed byPrayers and hymns
After the service all make their way back to the respective Legions
New Springs first
Then Aspull members
Well done young man and lady!! How proud they look
Aspull Brownies. Well done girls!
IN FLANDERS FIELDS
the poppies blow
Between the crosses row on row
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved,
and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.