Flamborough, Memorial transcription


Flamborough parish:


Flamborough, Memorial transcription:

The World War I and II Memorial in front of the castle at Flamborough.

The front of the memorial (see also Photo) To The Glory of God And in Memory of the Sons of Flamborough Who Died In The Great Wars

John Clark  Joseph Lewis
Jack Emmerson Eric Major
George Henry Good  
1939 - 1945

A. Vane Boulton, Lt. Glos. Rgt.  Albert Miles, A
Reginald Dean, Lt. E. Y. Rgt. Herbert Knaggs
Thomas A. Dufty, Cpt. Yorks. Charles Major
John T. Hood, R.O.R.N.R. Francis Bayes, Mer. Ser.
George Mills George Screeton
Charley Bailey William Balfre
1914 - 1918

Their Name Liveth For Evermore

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

Herbert Reginald Hillier
Frank Stanley James
Charles Richard Prior
Gordon Smith
Arthur Woodhouse R.M.

Thompson Chadwick, R.A.S.C.
Robert P. Edmond, E.Y.Rgt.
Tom Burton, Yorks.
Wilfrid Drake, E.Y.
Henry Dray, R.Fus.
William Gibbon, R.F.A.
George Hunt, Yorks. Rgt.

The left hand side of the memorial. (see also Photo)

Robert Oxley Barnes
William Feilds Dunn
Alan Bruce Harrison
Harold Hartley

Craven Turner, Sgt. Canadian Scottish
Arthur Stork, R.F.A.
Thomas E. Hall, Seaforth Highlanders
Charles Major, Wilts Rgt.
Thomas J. Robson, R.A.S.C.
William Sunley, E.Y.

The rear of the memorial. (see also Photo)

William Ogle, K.R.N.  George B. Drake, Essex K.

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson