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Hutton Cranswick parish:

Hutton Cranswick, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The World War I Memorial Plaque in St. Peter's Church, Hutton Cranswick.

This Chapel is restored to the glory of God and in
proud and loving memory of the following who
gave their lives for their country 1914 - 1918.

Charles Frederick [Peter] ReynardCaptain15 June 1918
Oliver Luther HawkinsLieutenant26 April 1915
Claude Lambert RobinsonSergeant16 October 1916
Jesse TindallSergeant23 November 1917
George Edward BoyntonPrivate21 July 1916
Jess HillsPrivate13 November 1916
Bethell WilsonPrivate11 June 1917
Harry MoodyPrivate6 October 1917
George BellPrivate22 March 1918
Fred RawsonPrivate12 April 1918
Frankish SmithPrivate11 October 1918
George AtkinsonPrivate19 July 1917
James OxendalePrivate15 September 1916
Albert Edward JennisonPrivate9 April 1917
Thomas SissonsPrivate26 October 1917
Arthur WrightLance Corporal2 December 1917
Harry BarmbyPrivate19 July 1917
----- NAVAL SERVICE -----
James FalkinghamSeaman2 December 1916
Charles Herbert DavisonEngineer15 July 1917

"Rest Eternal Grant Unto Them, O Lord
and Let Light Perpetual Shine Upon Them"

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson