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Spofforth, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The World War I Memorial Plaque in All Saints Church, Spofforth.


1914 † 1918
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND
IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
THE MEN OF THIS PARISH OF
SPOFFORTH WHO GAVE THEIR
LIVES FOR KING & COUNTRY

Pte.Ernest Atkinson8th E. Yorks. Pte. Thomas H. LongstaffK.O.Y.L.I.
Dvr.Henry BentleyR.F.A. GsmGordon Lund D.C.M.5th W. Yorks.
Tpr.Montague V. Brayshaw1st Yorks Hussars Pte. William Mallorie5th W. Yorks.
Pte.Frank E. Clarkson5th W. Yorks. - Charles Mawson12th W. Yorks.
-Thomas DowneyS. Staffs. 2nd Lt.Arnold Morrison13th London
-Harry EdmondsonColdstream Gds. Pte. Edward Morrison7th Dragoon Gds.
-Joseph E. FozardWelsh Gds. - Thomas J. PearsonEast Surreys
Am.William FozardR.A.F. Bdr. John W. Pullan Croix de GuerreR.G.A.
Pte.Herbert Hardcastle12th E. Yorks. Cpl.Fred Richmond7th W. Yorks.
Gnr. William E. HarrisonR.G.A. Lce.Cpl.Albert E. Shepherd11th W. Yorks.
Pte. Charles W. JenkinsonK.O.Y.L.I. - George Simpson11th W. Yorks.
Sgt. George E. Johnson M.M.M.G.C. Tpr.Harry Simpson5th Light Horse A.I.F.
Pte.William H. Johnson9th W. Yorks. Lce.Cpl.John L. Tempest13th. W. Yorks.
- Arthur KnowlesNorth'd Fus. Pte. Stanley TempestK.O.Y.L.I.
- F. Lancaster5th W. Yorks. -Albert Wadkin9th W. Yorks.
Sgt. Fred M. Linfoot M.M.1st W. Yorks. - Arthur Wadkin9th W. Yorks.
Pte. Arthur Wilson7th D.L.I.    
NurseFlorence Denison     

THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson


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