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Helperthorpe parish:

Helperthorpe, Roll of Honour transcription:

The Roll of Honour in St. Peter's Church, Helperthorpe.

1914 - 1919
To the Glory of God
and in thankful memory of the
safe return of all the men of
Helperthorpe who served King
and Country in the Great War

1914Arthur BrownWag Reserve ASC
George Cooper5th Yorkshire Regt (G)
James HespRoyal Garrison Artillery
Mark HespColdstream Guards
Harold SummersgillWag Reserve ASC
1915Charles Beavis3rd East Yorks Regt (C)
Tom BrownRoyal Field Artillery
George Gamble6th East Yorks Regt
Percy Garrod3rd East Yorks Regt (W G)
Wm SummersgillRoyal Field Artillery (W)
Henry WhiteheadRGA (Signaller) (G)
1916Fred WalkerASC (Chauffeur)
Ernest WhiteheadRoyal Field Artillery
John YoungRoyal Engineers (Sapper)
1917Newsam W CooperHome Service
1918Harold Pease3rd Yorkshire Regiment
James W SellerMachine Gun Corps
George Robt SellerRoyal Field Artillery
(G) = gassed (W) = wounded (C) = captured

Francis G Riley MA Camb Vicar
William Walgate Cooper Churchwarden

Sons of this place, in future be it said
That you are worthy of th' heroic dead :
They fought, they bled that we who live may reap
A richer harvest, ere we fall asleep

Data transcribed by
Haydn Scott.
from photography by Colin Hinson