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Hinderwell parish:

Hinderwell, War Memorial transcription:

The World War I and II War Memorial at Hinderwell.


The top section of the memorial (see also Photo)

Adams. Robert
Barrett. John. W.
Billam. William.
Booth. H. Leonard
Brakespeare. Alfred
Clark. John. C.
Gill. Thomas
Goodwill Goerge.
Hicks. Isaac.
Hill. John.
Marshall. Ellis. G.
Miller. Arthur. C.
Morris. Michael.
Readman. Joseph.
Stephenson. Herbert. A.
Stephenson. Edward.
Seymour. Lancelot. M.
Seymour. Albert. J.
Trattles. Thomas. W.
Tose. George. H.
Tawn. Milton.
Thompson. Frederick. W.
Watson. Norman.
Walker. George. E.
Welford. John. J.

The bottom section of the memorial (see also Photo)

Pass not this stone in sorrow but in pride
and live your lives as nobly as they deid.

1939 - 1945

Bell. George. W.
Bennison. Joseph. N.
Calvert. William.
Clennan. Laurence
Gillard. Frank
Heseltine. George W. E.
Jackson. Eric
Lawson. Harold
Mainforth. George R.
Welford. Pace


Data transcribed by
Pauline Hinson.
from photography by Colin Hinson