Hornby, Memorial Plaque transcription:
The World War I Memorial Plaque on St. Mary's Church, Hornby.
To The Glory of God
And in Proud and Loving Memory of Those
From This Parish and District
Who Laid Down Their Lives in the Great War 1914-1919
This Window is Erected
Commemorating Their Fortitude and the Victory in a
Just Cause Which They Helped to Win.
|Sergt. A. Brigham ||4th Yorks Reg't|| ||Pte. H. Hodgson||12th D.L.I.|
|Sergt. G. Brigham ||12th D.L.I.|| ||Major R.E. Hutton Squire. D.S.O.||R.F.A.|
|Pte. W. Brown||4th Yorks Reg't|| ||Sergt. C.E. Nicol, D.C.M., M.M.||4th Yorks Reg't|
|Pte. F.A. Crabtree||K.O.Y.L.I.|| ||Pte. F.W. Robinson||D.L.I.|
|Saddler Drv. G. Terry R.F.A.|
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