Thorganby, Memorial Plaque transcription:The World War I memorial plaque in St. Helen's, Thorganby.
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE
MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY DURING
THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1919.
Wilfred Mervyn Dunnington Jefferson, R. Fus., Killed in Action April 25th, 1915
Herbert Hanley, Coldstream Guards, Killed in Action Sept. 15th, 1916
Archie Spencer, Coldstream Guards, Killed in Action Sept. 15th, 1916
George Henry Wilson, Royal Army Medical Corps, Killed in Action August 19th, 1916
John Henry Lancaster, West Yorks Regt., Died Sept. 12th, 1917
Leonard Claude Gosley, Coldstream Gds., Killed in Action December 5th, 1917
Fred Ditchburn, Royal Field Artillery, Died January 26th, 1918
William James Moffat, Royal Scots Greys, Killed in Action March 23rd, 1918
Arthur Wilson, Hampshire Regt., Killed in Action September 1st, 1918
Arthur Ibbotson Thompson, King's Own Yorks Lt. Inf., Died May 24th, 1919
Norman Gill Cossins, London Regt., Died of Wounds While a Prisoner of War
"MAKE THEM TO BE NUMBERED WITH THY SAINTS
IN GLORY EVERLASTING."
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from photography by Colin Hinson