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Reeth, War Memorial transcription:

The World Wars I and II memorial on the green at Reeth.


On the front of the Memorial: (see also Photo)

This Stone is Erected To
The Honoured Memory of
Those Men of The Parishes
of Grinton, Marrick and
Reeth, Whose Names
Follow, And Who Loving
Not Their LivesUnto
Death, Fell in The
Service of Their Country
In The Great War 1914-1918.

To The Living Gratitude
For The Dead, Remembrance
For Posterity Imitation.

On the right hand side of the memorial (see also Photo)

Cadet Robert E. Barker
Sergt. Major Tom Ward
Cpl. John Barker
Cpl. Thomas Hutchinson
L.Cpl. Stanley H. Moore
L.Cpl. Joseph J. Morgan
Gunner Robert C. Allinson
Pte. John T. Alderson
Pte. Ronald Allan
Pte. Thompson Allinson
Pte. William Cleminson
Pte. Henry Haw
Pte. Richard Hird
Pte. Francis C. Kendall
Pte. Harry Peacock
Pte. Jim Peacock
Pte. George M. Martinscroft
Pte. J. Appleton Raw

On the right hand side of the memorial (see also Photo)

In Honoured Memory
Of Those Who Gave Their
Lives In The
Second World War
1939 - 1945

Major A.K. Charlesworth
L.A.C. E. Craig
Lt. Col. G.W. Gibson
L.A.C. W. Hammond
Sergt. F.A. Kendall
Gnr. W. Martin
Sergt. J.J. Robinson
Capt. J. Sharpe
Pte. J. Spence
Dvr. J. Wilkinson


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson


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