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The names on this Roll of Honour are very similar to some of the names on a Roll of Honour recently discovered at Brampton Parish Hall. All but three of the names above appear on the Brampton list which also lists men from the area who served and came home. See my blog post here: https://commemorationremembrance.blogspot.com/2020/02/brampton-parish-hall-roll-of-honour.html I have referred to your post on my blog. I am still trying to find out where the Brampton Parish Hall RoH came from. Apparently a previous Parish Clerk found it in his papers a few years ago.
I was baptised at the Brunswick Chapel and also went to the Sunday School, which was at the back of the church. My sister also attended Girl Guides there. It’s a shame that it had to be demolished, I think the weight of the snow on the roof caused damage. It had some beautiful stained glass windows inside.
Thank you Chris for this explanation. I have just found a medal with 6 bars 1943 – 1948. Gosh that must have been a feat to raise the money during the war years!