Dunnington, Memorial Plaque transcription:The World War I Memorial Plaque in the Church at Dunnington.
To the Glory of God
And in Loving Memory of the Following
From the Parish of Dunnington Who Fell
In the Great War 1914 - 1919
Fred Allison, 12th West Yorks Reg't.
Edwin E. Bell, 12th N. Fusiliers
Ernest E. Bell, 6th Yorkshire Reg't.
John Bell, 2nd West Yorks. Reg't.
George Henry Brown, 17th K. Liv'pl Reg't.
Fred Ellis, 13th Durham Light Infantry
Charles D. Freer, 1st North Staffs. Reg't.
Wilfred R. Fowler, 11th Kings R.R. Corps.
James T. Horner, 1/1 Yorks. Hussars
Leonard Jarvis, 11th East Yorks. Reg't.
Charles J.L. Kendall, 1/5 West Yorks. Reg't.
James T. Kendall, 12th West Yorks. Reg't.
John A. Lamb, 4th West Yorks. Reg't.
Talbot R.A.H. Noyes, 19th N. Fusiliers
Stephen Stabler, 4th Kings R.R. Corps
Henry Smith, 9th N. Fusiliers
William Tatterton, 1st Lond. Rifle B'de.
James W. Tesseyman, 13th Rifle B'de
Charles R. Thompson, 8th D. of W. Reg't.
Herbert Vaux, 1st New Zealand Rifle B'de.
John R. Wilkinson, 2nd K. O. Y. L. I.
Walter Buckle, 2/4 Batt. East Lancs. Reg't.
Greater Love Hath No Man Than This
That A Man Lay Down His Life
For His Friends.
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from photography by Colin Hinson