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This page has been created to link to other miscellaneous documents produced by members or friends of the Local History Group.

Please use the links to the left or below to link to the pages currently available.

Whitwell Servicemen lost 1939 - 1945
Research done by the late Mr George Berry

The Mills and Millers at Belph
Some excellent research by Mike Clifford.

Brian Baxter - Evacuee
Some of Brians memories.  From Lowestoft to Whitwell

Mathew Lee
Information provided by Mel Holdsworth.

Previous Photo of the month

Roll of Honour - dedicated to those who gave their life in the 1914/1918 & 1939/1945 Wars
Written by Mr Cliff Hobson

A history of the Post Office in Whitwell, Hodthorpe and Bakestone Moor
Written by Mr. Jack Edson

Graveyard Census
List of names in Whitwell Churchyard

Whitwell Church Lads Brigade - Information about those members who fought in the Great War

William Burley Higgins - WW2 Fighter Pilot

Samuel Godley - Fought at Waterloo with the Life Guards.

On the road to Whitwell Wood - Some thoughts by Mr. Jack Edson following the closure of the colliery.

Hodthorpe - A brief history of the village by Mr. Jack Edson

John William Street - A published poet, tragically killed on the Somme.  Background and some of his work.

           


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