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Leathley parish:

Leathley, War Memorial transcription:

The War memorial in the Churchyard at Leathley


The front of the memorial (see also Photo)

To The Memory Of
Those Who Died In The
Great War 1914 - 1918

Leathley
Capt.R.N. Barran2nd Life Guards
L/CM. WilliamsM.C.C.
PteR. InghamR.M.L.I.
PteA.H. Skirrow8th Leicesters
GnrH. SmithsonR.F.A.
StrP.H. RodgersR.N.
Farnley
SgtL. Barnett7th E. York
PteC. CryerW. Riding Regt
Castley
CplE.C. Lee1st Border Regt
PteJ. ButterfieldW. Riding Regt
PteC.H. Thompson15th W. Yorks
Stainburn
L/CH. SwalesK.R.R.C.
GnrA.R. ScaifeR.F.A.
PteC. Harrison17th W. York

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

To The Memory Of
Those Who Died In The
War 1939 - 1945

Leathley
Joseph Dawson
Royal Air Force
John Hinchcliffe Dawson
Royal Artillery
Anthony Barran Ryott
York & Lancaster Regt
Stainburn
Ernest Clifford Trotter
Sherwood Foresters


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson