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Warmfield parish:

Kirkthorpe, War Memorial transcription:

The War Memorial in the Churchyard at Kirkthorpe


The front left plaque (see also Photo)

This Cross Is Erected
In Memory Of
The Soldiers From
Warmfield-Cum-Heath
Who Gave Their Lives
For King And Country
In The Great Struggle
For Liberty And Freedom
1914 - 1919.

Their Name
Liveth For Evermore.

The rear of the memorial (see also Photo)

T. Bastow M. Batty
H. Booth P. Butcher
W.B. Creswick R. Doyle
W.G. Foster F. Fox
J. Gill F. Goddard
E. Hanson I. Hewitt
C.W. Higgins L.E. Horncastle
H. Johnson W. Jowitt
F. Leach C.W.M. Nicholson
E. Oates H.H. Raven
T. Rhodes G.H. Sorby
F. Stanley H. Stanley
F. Taylor H. Taylor
H. Teal R.E. Tennant
G.S. Walley A. Wood

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

Also
In Memory Of
Those Who Fell
In The Second
World War
1939 - 1945

H. Morton
N. Galloway
G.S. Lumb
T.M.P. Tew
T. Thomas
R.M. Woodhead


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson