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Huntington parish:

Huntington parish:

Huntington, War Memorial transcription:

The War Memorial in All Saints' Churchyard at Huntington.

The front and left hand panels of the Memorial:

In proud
and blessed memory of
the men of this parish
who laid down their lives
during the
Great War 1914 - 1919
and the
1939 - 1945 War
For God, for King
for Country

"As dying and behold they live"

J NelsonPte
A MercerPte
W BlackburnPte
J FenwickPte
G GouldenPte
H PowellPte
A RookePte
A ScaifePte
J ShawPte
W WallsPte
J WallsPte
S CollinsonPte
D S PattieGunner

The rear and left hand sides of the Memorial: (see also Photo)

J C MetcalfeMajor
C E RobertsonLieut
F DustonDrvr
J CussinsDrvr
F P L MatthewsBandsm
A WaindRfm
H AbbottPte
O BrooksPte
D ConroyPte
J G DouglassPte
W MarshallPte
W MarksPte
H TutillPte
C SpencerPte
T WardRoyal M
P T HallGunner
The back of the Memorial:

1939 - 1945
J W Atkinson
E W Broadley
R Broadley
C Mountain
A Robinson
R Sanderson
W A Greenwood
W E Wrigglesworth
N BeckJ Daniels
G J EllisC H Daniels
A T CoxJ F Craig
A LongG C Kirton
H R MoxonR Easton
L RaceA Cloud
A BonassJ S Hulme
J HudsonE Flood
F R MagsonK Swain

Data transcribed by
Haydn Scott.
from photography by Colin Hinson