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St Mary's Church, Cofton War Memorial

transcribed by

John Williams

"To the glory of God and to the immortal memory of the men of
Cofton who fell in the Great War 1914-1919. May they rest in peace"

02 Sep 1916 - Etienne C. Milward, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
22 Jun 1916 - William Pitts, Machine Gun Corps.

11 Sep 1917 - Halroyd E. Hamlyn, Somerset Light Infantry
26 Oct 1917 - Thomas Pook, 8th Devon Regiment
26 Oct 1917 - Leonard R. Stephens, 15th Royal Warwick Regt.
28 Dec 1917 - Arthur George Dodge, Royal Field Artillery

23 Apr 1918 - Charles U. Geidt, Royal Flying Corps.
04 Oct 1918 - George Blackmore, Machine Gun Corps
12 Oct 1918 - John J. Nicholls, Canadian Army Medical Corps
20 Oct 1918 - Harry Cruse, 1st Devon Regt.

03 Apr 1919 - James Brimicombe, Royal Field Artillery