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Aldborough parish:

Boroughbridge, War Memorial transcription:

The World War I and II memorial at Boroughbridge


The rear face of the memorial (see also Photo)

In Memory
of the
Boroughbridge Men,
who gave their lives
for their Country
in the Great War
1914-1918
this monument if erected
by their fellow-townsmen
and friends.
"The Lord hath done great
things by them." Eccl. 44. E.
and in the World War
1939-1945

Robert Brombelt Robert F. Lees
Basil T. Cauly Dennis Myers
George W.T. Hartley George R. Tilburn
Vivian G. Kitching

The right hand panel of the memorial (see also Photo)

ERNEST L. BEDELL
TOM BEEDHAM
CHARLES F. BRYAN
CHARLES BURBOROUGH
GUY A. BURNSIDES
RAYMUND F. CALVERT
JOHN R. DEAN
ARTHUR W. ELLIS
TOM ELLIS
ARTHUR ELLISON
ERNEST R. HAIGH
ARTHUR HALL
GEORGE E. HALL
ARTHUR HORNER
FRED LANCASTER

The left hand panel of the memorial (see also Photo)

JOHN E. LEEMING
GEORGE H. LOFTHOUSE
EDWARD NEWLOVE
ERNEST REED
ALBERT W. RUDD
ALFRED STEAD
LEONARD STEAD
HARRY STEEL
TOM STUBBS
CECIL SUTCLIFFE
GEORGE E. SUTCLIFFE
WILLIAM O. THOMAS
GUY WARDLEY
JOHN F. WHITE

The rear panel of the memorial (see also Photo)

THE COMMITTEE OF THE BOROUGH-
BRIDGE NURSING INSTITUTION, ON
BEHALF OF THE INHABITANTS OF
THE DISTRICT, DESIRE, WITH GRATE-
FUL APPRECIATION, TO RECORD ON
THIS WAR MEMORIAL, THE ENDOW-
MENT OF A WARD OF THREE BEDS
IN THE HARROGATE INFIRMARY
FOR THE USE OF THE DISTRICT.
IN MEMORY OF CPT. C.S. HASLAM,
A TABLET HAS BEEN PLACED IN
THE WARD WHICH READS -

IN MEMORY OF
CHARLES STANLEY HASLAM
CAPTAIN YORKSHIRE HUSSARS,
OF HEATON HOUSE,
BOROUGHBRIDGE.
KILLED IN ACTION
NOVEMBER 10TH 1917


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson