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Thorner parish:

Thorner, War Memorial transcription:

The World War I and II memorial in the churchyard at Thorner.


The front of the memorial: (see also Photo)

To The Glory of God
And In
Grateful Memory
of the Men From
Thorner & Scarcroft
Who Gave Their Lives
In Defence of
Home and Liberty
1914 - 1919
1939 - 1945
Remember the Love
of Them
Who Came Not Home
From the War

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

1914
F C Ledgard
M A Hollings
1915
A Nettleton
J Hardisty
1916
E Foster
G Tate
W Gittus
A Briggs
E J Tennant
W Howe
1917
Harry Mitchell
J W Curtis

The rear of the memorial: (see also Photo)

1917
J. Vibart Dixon
H W Deighton
J H Hollings
W H Ryder
F Maud
W Rispin
G A Fletcher
B Graham
G W Yates
J Mulrooney
1918
H C Blackburn
W Nettleton
L G Green

The left hand side of the memorial: (see also Photo)

1918
J R Palmer
A Cox
E Revis
F Noble
E G Palmer
P Yates
H Mitchell
H Briggs
D Clayford
R W Sheppard
J R Brown
L Pratt
1919
L E Cass


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson