North Muskham
St Wilfrid

War Memorial

The war memorial is a gabled, wooden cabinet containing a bronze cross and is located in front of the east window of the north aisle.


BOULTON, F.W. Private


KNOWLES, J. Gunner

GASGOIGNE, E. Sergeant


TALBOT, G. Private

GUY, J.A. Private


WALTON, C.B. Private

HOUGH, J.T. Private


WARD, F. Sergeant

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Royal Engineers



Royal Navy

They that did love and were loved: In the mighty struggle of the ages
For us: For their country: for the world:
With loftiest courage. In glorious death
went hence into life everlasting.
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In 2015 a memorial plaque 'to Bathley, Little Carlton, North Muskham and South Muskham men lost to The Great War 1914-18' was placed at the east end of the north aisle. It is one of eight that have been donated to parish councils, churches and schools by local historian Trevor Frecknall in a project with Bathley History Society. Research for a book on Newark during World War I revealed that 14 names had been omitted from war memorials in Bathley, Little Carlton, North Muskham and South Muskham so new plaques including the names of all 29 people from the villages who died in the conflict were made.