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Aysgarth parish:

Askrigg, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The World War I Memorial Plaque in St. Oswald's Church, Askrigg.


1914 - 1918
To The Glory of God
And In Ever Grateful Memory of
The Men of This Parish
Who Gave Their Lives In The
Great War.

Pte. William Appleton9th D.L.I.
Pte. William Banks1st E. Yorks. Regt.
Pte. James Chapman25th Manchester Regt.
2ndLt. Frank Dinsdale12th Yorks&Lancs. Regt.
Pte. John W. Horn4th Yorks. Regt.
Pte. James Kirkbride3rd Essex Regt.
2ndLt. Berrnard G. Lodge4th D.L.I.
Dvr. John J. MetcalfeA.S.C.
Rfn. Robert P. Metcalfe8th K.R.R.
Pte. John Mitton9th Yorks. Regt.
Coy. S.M.Robert Mudd10th W.Yorks. Regt.
Pte. Thomas Miller10th E.Yorks. Regt.
Pte. James G. Preston18th Lancs. Fus.
Gnr. William H.T. WebsterR.F.A.

"See Ye To It That These Have Not Died In Vain."


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson