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Saxton parish:

Saxton, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The War Memorial Plaque in All Saints Church, Saxton.


To the glorious memory of
the sons of Saxton and Towton
who gave their lives for their
country in the Great War 1914-1919

Ash, B D Lieut RN attd RNAS
Killed on sea patrol Kirkwall 29 Sep 1914
Birdsall, E W Pte 10th W Yorks Sig Regt
Killed in action France 12 Oct 1918
Birdsall, T Z Sergt 15th W Yorks
Died of wounds France 23 Oct 1917
Brown, G K Lieut 2/6 W Yorks
Killed in action France 3 May 1917
Lawn, B Farrier Army Service Corps
Died in hospital Salonica 28 Oct 1918
Lawn, J H Pte Army Service Corps
Accidentally killed England 12 June 1917
Marshall, F Pte 8th Batt W Yorks
Killed in action France 16 Sept 1918
Scott, G Pte 1/8 West Yorks
Killed in action France 9 Oct 1917
Smith, J R A Pte 1/5 West Yorks
Killed at Kemmel Hill 25 April 1918
White, W A Pte West Yorks
Killed in action Gallipoli Aug 1915

This tablet is erected by Col Gascoigne DSO

'LEST WE FORGET'


Data transcribed by
Haydn Scott.
from photography by Colin Hinson