Marton, Memorial Plaque transcription:
The World War I Memorial plaque in St. Cuthbert's Church, Marton.
To the Glory of God
and in memory of
the Heroic Dead of the
PARISH of MARTON
who laid down their lives during
THE GREAT WAR, 1914-1918.
|Major Spencer Thompson, M.C.||2nd Royal Fusiliers|
|2nd Lieut. George Ede Hunt||R.A.F.|
|Corp'l Thomas Husband||7th Yorks. Regiment|
|L'ce Corp'l Thomas Hunwick||5th Connaught Rangers|
|L'ce Corp'l Simpson Dunn||12th Durham Light Infantry|
|Pte. Ernest Douglas||10th Durham Light Infantry|
|Pte. Keith Alexander||9th Yorks. Reg't|
|Driver Albert Edward Husband, M.M.||Royal Engineers|
|Pte. John Edward Hodgson||Royal Engineers|
|Pte. William James Sweeting Hodgson||Northumberland Fusiliers|
|Pte. Arthur Bryan Holliday||1/7 Lancashire Fusiliers|
Greater Love Hath No Man Than This.
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