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World War I


HALLOW IN WORLD WAR I


SERVICE PERSONNEL
Service people who were seriously injured or lost their lives are remembered here

LISTINGS OF SERVICE PERSONNEL
Our research is ongoing and will take some considerable time to complete, but in the meantime we thought you might like to read what we have discovered so far.  
To view, click here :    A to D  :   E to G  :  H - L   :  M - P   :  R to S  :  T to Y

(YOU CAN ALSO VIEW PERSONNEL FROM THE INDIVIDUAL AREAS OF THE PARISH
BY CLICKING ON THE APPROPRIATE SUB-HEADING ABOVE)

ADDITIONAL HISTORIES  (To view the individual PDF, please click on the name)
BOULTON, John(Charlie)
BROOM, Henry W.
CLARKE, Thomas
CLAY, Cecil
DUTSON, Cyril
DUTSON, Robert

EVANS, Griffith Hooper
FARMER, William Bourne
FINCH, Thomas
GILLET, Harry
HAINES, Frederick
HUGHES, Ernest
HURLSTONE, Frank
LUCY, Richard Spencer
MUNSLOW, Ernest
MYLAM, Harry and report of accident (mortar exploding)
PARRY, Godfrey
PENNEY, Thomas and his Postcards home
PRATT, Emily
RICHARDSON, Frederick
SALMON, Bridget
SANDERS, George

SMITH, Walter
STAITE, Herbert
STANLEY, Charles
TYLER, Frederick
WHEATLEY, Albert
YERBURGH, Wm. (Chaplain)



PEOPLE OF NOTE  (To view the individual PDF, please click on the name)

THE SCHOOL    


To read about how WWI affected the school, click here



VILLAGE LIFE IN WARTIME

The  Hallow Parish Magazine which also included parish news from Broadheath and Comer Gardens, was published throughout the War and the bound volumes are held in the Worcestershire Archive, The Hive, Worcester, where they can be viewed in the “Original Documents” section.  We have taken extracts from them which we feel reflect Parishioners’ lives at that time, and to read them please click here –    Extracts from Parish Magazine WWI



WARTIME CLUBS & SOCIETIES
Hallow and Broadheath Parish Magazines were published throughout WWI.  They recorded the meetings and events in our district, just as our magazines and flyers do today.  To read more, click here

We would like to acknowledge our gratitude to the Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service for the use of their facilities.


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On Remembrance Sunday 11th November 2018, we honoured our soldiers who did not survive when fighting on our behalf to protect our values.

In particular, this year also was 100 years since the end of World War I.  A special Remembrance service was held in our church, St. Philip and St. James, and events were held to mark the occasion in surrounding villages.
An account of the day may be viewed here.

A special edition of the magazine for the parishes of Hallow and Grimley, with Holt, was researched and compiled as a tribute to all those from our Benefice who gave their lives during the two World Wars.  This magazine can be viewed here.