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Muston, War Memorial transcription:

The 1914-1919 and 1939 to 1945 War Memorial in the churchyard at Muston.


On the front (see also Photo)

"TO THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD,"
AND IN PROUD AND LOVING MEMORY
OF THOSE WHO FROM THIS VILLAGE
AT THE CALL OF KING AND COUNTRY
IN THE GREAT WARS
"LEFT ALL THAT WAS DEAR TO THEM,"
"ENDURED HARDSHIPS, FACED DANGER,"
AND FINALLY PASSED OUT OF THE SIGHT OF MEN.
THIS CROSS IS ERECTED
BY THEIR FELLOW VILLAGERS
IN GRATITUDE FOR THEIR DEVOTION TO DUTY
AND SELF SACRIFICE.
"THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE"

On the right hand side (see also Photo)

Pte Edmund Danby
7th West Yorks Regt.
Died in France Aug. 1918


"L.Cpl JOHN WILLIAM GLENTON, M.M."
5th Yorkshire Regt.
Died in France March 1918


"L.Cpl EDWARD AUBREY HULLAH, Cameron"
"Highlanders, killed in Sicily July 14th 1943."

On the back (see also Photo)

"Pte Dixon Overfield,"
6th Yorks Regt. Died in France Oct. 1917


L.Cpl Joseph Arthur Overfield
Northumberland Fusiliers.
Died in France Nov. 1918


Pte JAMES STAVELY
2nd K.O.Y.L.I. Died in France Oct 1914


S.A.ss NORMAN JEFFERSON DIXON. R.N.
LOST IN THE INDIAN OCEAN APRIL 9th 1942

On the left hand side (see also Photo)

Pte George Robert Brambles
22nd Durham Light Infantry
Died in Germany April 1918


Pte James Brambles
5th East Lancs Regt.
"Died in France Aug, 1918."


Pte W.H.Steel Died of wounds Oct. 12th 1920


Data transcribed by
Lucie Hinson
from photography by Colin Hinson