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Burnsall parish:

Conistone, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The Tennant Family Memorial in the church at Conistone.


Tenax et Fidelis
TO THE MEMORY OF
THE FAMILY OF ROBERT TENNANT
OF CHAPEL HOUSE KILNSEY
John Robert B:1851 D:1918
Eleanor ROLLESTON his wife B:1853 D:1917
Geoffrey Garnett B:1853 D:1889
Cecil Arthur B:1857 D:1916
Constance CROSSE his wife B:1858 D:1917
Robert Hugh B:1861 D:1936
Frederick William B:1862 D:1934
Gilbert Edward B:1863 D:1921
Philip Charles B:1867 D:1936
Isabel, wife of Charles CUMBERLAND B:1854 D:1928
Laura B:1855 D:1932
Hilda wife of Arthur EDWARDS B:1859 D:1928
Also of three grandsons
killed on active service
Noel, Capt. 1X Lancers Son of Hilda
(Bailleul) 1916 Aged 33.
Robert, Capt. K.O.Y.L.I. Son of Gilbert Edward
(Delville Wood) 1916 Aged 21.
Anthony 1X Lancers Son of Fredk. William
(Ireland) 1921 Aged 21
ALSO OF ELEANORA H.S. TENNANT
D 1956 Aged 90 last surviving member
of the family of
ROBERT TENNANT


The second plaque:
In Loving Memory of
GEOFFREY EDWARD
TENNANT
second son of
Gilbert and Helen Tennant
of Heath Old Hall, Wakefield
and husband of Sylvia
29th March 1899 - 24th January 1976


Data transcribed by
Patricia Hayward
from photography by Colin Hinson