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Ilkley parish:

Ben Rhydding, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The memorial plaques in the church to those who fell in the two world wars.


Plaques inside the church: Left hand: (see also Photo)

To the Glory of God
And in memory of
those who fell in the war
of 1939-1945
The Chancel
has been refurnished

William S. Ashworth Kenneth A. Mortimer
William K. Bellhouse Harry Simpson
Jack Butler Stephen F. Smith
Frederick W. Dainty A. Cecil Walker
Paul G. Franklin Edward D. Waring
Derek I. Green John W. West
Derek C. Johnson George J.E. Wilde
Donald Keighley T. Harold B. Maufe
John A. King John M. Charlier
Dennis Mapleson 
Greater love hath no man than this

Right Hand Plaque: (see also Photo)

To the Glory of God
And in Grateful memory of
these who gave their lives
for King and Country in the
Great War 1914-1918
The East Window is given.

Thomas Allerton Edward Patey
Edwin R. Bottomley Leslie S. Perks
A. Reginald Dean James L. Petty
George Duell J.H.W. Peyton
C.E. Lister Holroyd William S. Smeeth
John A. King Charles M. Whitehead
Eric W. Knowles Eric F. Wilkinson
James A. Lund Douglas A. Woodcock
Greater love hath no man than this


Data transcribed by
Patricia Hayward
from photography by Colin Hinson