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Middleham, War Memorial transcription:

The World War I memorial in the Churchyard at Middleham.


The front of the Memorial: (see also Photo)

Faithful be thou unto death.

To The Memory Of Those Who
Made The Great Sacrifice 1914-1918

Br Rumford, Thomas EmRFA10 June 1916
Gnr Turner, William HRFA10 July 1917
PteCollinson, Harold L4 N Fus'rs26 Oct 1917
L CplNicholson, Charles R19 Commerc'ls13 July 1917
PteWeatherill, John WRoyal Fus'rs23 April 1916
PteSarginson, Thomas1 Lincolnshire1 June 1918
SgtSarginson, John11 West Yorks4 July 1916
Pte Teasdale, John W2 Yorks Regt26 Oct 1917
PteBeswick, Digby G4 Yorks Regt14 Feb 1916
PtePeacock, Henry5 Yorks Regt28 April 1917
CplMiller, Charles R6 Yorks Regt21 Aug 1915
LCplCollinson, Frank1 Border Regt1 July 1916
PteClarkson, Frederick8 Border10 April 1918
PtePotter, Bertie10 Royal W Kent10 Aug 1917
Cpl Deighton, William TRASC21 Sept 1917
PteHandley, John C C Tank Corps7 Oct 1918

The right hand side of the Memorial: (see also Photo)

A.G.Benson, George EdwardR.A.F., V.R.12th March 1943
Pte. Hammerton, Thomas Henry2nd West Yorks. Reg't.5th June 1942
O/Tel.Harrison, FredRoyal Navy1st March 1944
Pte. Houseman, RaymondD.L.I.3rd October 1943
Gr. Houseman, William EdwardR.A. 18th June 1943
Sgt.Terry, HarryR.A.F., V.R.5th March 1943

The left hand side of the memorial: (see also Photo)

Also Died in England
Capt.Sir David Durell Barclay, Bart.R.T.O., late 19th Hussars2nd October 1918
2nd Lieut.William Logan RaynerThe King's Liverpool Reg't.28th October 1918


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson


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