"The memorial was unveiled in March 1920 by Mrs E Crowden, who had also donated the site on which the memorial originally stood.
The dedication ceremony began with a service at St Hugh’s Mission Church, conducted by the Rev HCG Robertson after which the congregation walked in procession to the site on the north side of Martin Dales Drove.
At a later date, c1967, the memorial was moved a short distance to the south of the road, outside the village hall"
Saint Hugh's iron mission church, in Martin Dales, was erected 1891 as a Chapel of Ease.
Church Hall visible behind the war memorial. Saint Hugh's church demolished presumably in 1960s (?) around the same time the war memorial was moved to make way for the new Kirkstead Bridge.
DB 5 April 2018
Martin Dales, Mrs E Crowden, Rev HCG Robertson, Kirkstead Bridge, War Memorial, Church Hall