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Settle, War Memorial transcription:

The World wars I and II memorial at Settle


The front bottom inscription (see also Photo)

No Mean Crown He Wins
Who Bravely For His Country Dies
--Euripides

Erected By Public Subscription
To The Honoured Memory Of
Those From The Township Of Settle
Who Gave Their Lives
For King And Country
In The Great War 1914 - 1918

The front top inscription (see also Photo)

Pro Patria

1914
C.E. Turner
T.M. Preston
 
1915
F. Frost
J.M. Morphet
W.C. Bradley
F. Bulcock
 
1916
H.T. Halton
A. Gower
J.E. Bell
H. Clark
F. Baldwin
E. Ellersman
E.T. Woofe
R.W. Bell
R. Tomlinson
J.E. Wilson
J.R. Lord
 
1917
G.S. Bellas
P. Woodson
W. Thoughton
R. Monk
R.J. Woofe
H. **ss
J. Packard
G.R. Bullock
S. Bowker
F. Halpin
J. Sokell
A. Ralph
C. Peachey
J. Barrett
 
1918
H. Hobbson
H. Bullock
C.H. Hallmark
S. Creighton
E. Dickenson
?. Foster
D.H.G. Cracknell
J. Parker
J.G. Thwaites
G.R. Millen
R.E. Jones
W.H. Brassington
C. Abra
S. Procter
H. Bentham
W.W. Whiteley
J. Hodgson
Boris Procter

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

Also In The
World War
1939 - 1945

Alan Bentham
William Brown
Rachel H. Charlesworth
Wilfred R. Day
Robert H*******
Harry Kendall
Richard Marshall
Jack Moorby
Stanley Morphet
George Percy
John F. Pullen
Bernard Ralph
George A. Webb
Brian West
Arthur W********

Killed In This District
H.W.P. Hainey (Cre??n)
C.I. Rhodes (Indiana)


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson


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