Bradley Polish War Memorial

Location: Canalside, Low Bradley – alongside the Leeds-Liverpool Canal

A Wellington Bomber took off from RAF Skipton on Swale at noon 23rd September 1943 for a training mission, crashing later on the banks of the canal.  None of the crew survived.

Flt Lt Jozef WOLNIK age 31 Navigator instructor

Flt Sgt Franciszek CIASTON age 27 pilot

Flt Sgt Wladyslaw OSTROWSKI age 27

Sgt Boleslaw Josef SWIECA age 28

Sgt Boleslaw RYCHEL age 21

 Sgt Jan CZYZEWSKI age 23

Sgt Abram KAWENOCKI age 22

Bradley Peace Hall

WW1 DIED

Henry Ayrton

Albert Blades

William A Brayshay

Fred Chapman

Albert P Gill

Henry Hobson

John Hudson

William Linford

John S Mattock

Joe Hy. Mawson

Robert H Mawson

James H Peel

Leonard Throup

Arthur J Watson

WW1 SERVED

O Ackernley

F Ayrton

N Baines

P L Baxter

J Beck

J Birkett

G Bradley

A Brayshay

E Brayshay

J S Brown

C H Chapman

E Chapman

H Chapman

W Cockshott

A Denby

F Drake

G Drake

J Drake

J C Gill

T Gawthorpe

P H Gill

A Green

L Green

W H Green

W Hardacrre

W Harper

H Hartley

A Hudson

L Hudson

F Marshall

G Marshall

E D Mattock

F Mattock

Jas S Mattock

T C Mattock

W A Mattock

G Maude

Roy Green

F A Mitchell

W J Mitchell

J Petty

C Pritchard

F R Shearer

J Simpson

A Slater

W H Smith

W R Smith

F Spencer

A Thornton

H Thornton

W Thornton

H Throup

W Throup

W E Throup

S Townson

A Walker

Rny. Green

J H Walker

J W Walker

A V Walmsley

Hor. Walmsley

Hub. Walmsley

F Watkinson

H Watkinson

J Watkinson

O Watkinson

C R Watson

F S Watson

F A Watson

H V Watson

J Webster

M H Webster

W R Webster

J S Woodrup

J Garner

H Jacobs