Cottingham, War Memorial transcription


Cottingham parish:

Cottingham, War Memorial transcription:

The War Memorial in Cottingham Churchyard.

The front of the Memorial (see also Photo)

In proud and grateful memory
of the Cottingham men who fell
in the Great War 1914 - 1918
2nd Lt C Ashton
E Atkinson
M Barber
A Barker
J Barr
A Bielby
C Bilton
W Bond
E J Bragg
H Bromby
R Bursell
2nd Lt A Burstall
L Buttery
C A Campey
H Cooper
T W Coupland
W Cuthbertson
H Dawson
A Dickenson
T H Fawcett
A Fewster
H Field
A Gill
C W Gill
A Gibson
F Glew
T Grant
J T Grantham
C E Grantham
D Coundrill
C Hall
J Haldenby

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

C Haldenby
S Holliday
L C Horsaman
Capt W P Horsley MC
E Harrison
F Hodgson
J Hutcheson
C Jackson
R Jackson
J W Johnson
J I Jibson
J W Kirk
H Kirk
J A B Latham
Lt T E Locking
R W Longbone
2nd Lt H Matthews
H Matthews
J Metcalfe
2nd Lt A W Millard
V Miller
F Patrick
W R Pool
F Pybus

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

E Pybus
A Robinson
Lt W W Sawden
R Bewell
J H Scott
W H Smith MM
H Stadeler
A Stadeler
F Stephenson
D R Stephenson
H Summers
W Stather
F H Taylor
A Teesdale
S Teesdale
W R Thompson
A Thompson
G Thrussell
A E Trafford
A Walker
Capt G H Watson
R Watson
S Watson
L Webster

The back of the Memorial: (see also Photo)

S Welbourn
H Whitehead
B Wigby
F Wilberforce
C H Wollas MM
G W Wright
D Moody
R Moody
H Kirk
C F Westmorland
S Rhodes
Lt W C Wright
G Wright
H Wright
T Wright
F W Wright
A R O'Connell
M Coverdale
F Brumby
2nd Lt H Thompson
J Charlesworth
E Baram

"Their name liveth for evermore"

Data transcribed by
Haydn Scott.
from photography by Colin Hinson