Bishopthorpe, Roll of Honour transcription


Bishopthorpe parish:

Bishopthorpe, Roll of Honour transcription:

The Roll of Honour at St. Andrew's Church, Bishopthorpe.

Roll of Honour
Names of men from this parish on active service for their
King and Country

1914  1915  1916 continued 
William Adams Arthur Akers Alvara Heald 
Alfred Akers Charles Barker*Henry Holt 
Stewart Anderson George Bond@Herbert Holt 
Edgar Ashby Herbert Bradley Thomas Horner#
William Bailey Frank Cooke William Jackson 
Arthur Bowlby+Stafford Crawley John Kendall 
George Bowlby William Dale+Albert King 
Frederick Bowlby Archibald Farr Roger Lumley 
Stephenson Bowlby Frederick Fletcher Frederick Marsh 
Harry Bradley Joseph Fowler Cyril Nottingham 
Cecil Crawford Albert Fuguel William Pearson 
John Foster Charles Heath Robert Paver 
Richard Fuguel Edward Hendry Walter Paver@
Alfred Fuguel Charles Hendry Horace Razzall 
Mark Fuguel Frederick Hick Arthur Shouksmith 
William Fuguel George Horner George Simpson+
William Greaves Stanley Johnson James Stockton 
Victor Heath Harry Lupton Walter Wells 
Robert Hendry@John Muggeridge   
Hugh Hendry Herbert Nottingham 1917 
James Hendry Arthur Shain Walter Akers 
Ross Hendry Charles Sandford Albert Freeman 
Arthur Holt David Severs Howard Gibbs 
Edward Horner Alfred Welburn John Hinds 
Thomas Horsfield George Wilkinson+Thomas Jackson 
Ambrose Hudson Lewis Wood Frank Johnson 
Benjamin Hudson   Wilfrid Johnson 
Frank Johnson+1916 Frederick Pratt 
Robert Kep Fred Akers William Sutton 
John Lonsborough Charles Atkinson  
William Lofthouse Thomas Beal  
Osbert Lumley Charles Beighton  
Richard Lumley+Robert Bennison  
Donald Mackay+Alfred Brackenbury  
Herbert Mennell Walter Brackenbuty  
Frank Outram+Walter Bradley# 
Arthur Pearson Edward Bulmer  
Maurice Ponsonby Stanley Bulmer# 
John Raddenbury John Cooper  
William Simpson Joseph Fletcher  
Charles Sharpe@Daniel Fountain  
Norman Taylor#James Fowler  
Arthur Watson+Harry Gill  
Harry Wilkinson George Greaves  
Philip Wicks Sydney Hardisty  

Brethren pray for us

+ means died in action
* means died from accident or sickness
@ means wounded and dicharged
# discharged.

Data transcribed by
Haydn Scott.
from photography by Colin Hinson