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East Ayton, War Memorial transcription:

The 1914-18 and 1939-45 War Memorial in the Churchyard at East Ayton.


The front of the memorial (see also Photo)


1914 - 1918

BARBER G.C. MONKMAN H.
BARBER J.B. NEWTON H.
BARRACLOUGH E. RAINE J.
BAKER C. SECMAN J.
GROVES J. SIMPSON S.
HEBBLETHWAITE W. WATSON J.
HALDER A. WILKINSON H.
MAINPRIZE G. WHITE G.


1939 - 1945
ATKINSON F.
COWTON A.H.
PEARSON E.
WEBB E.
WILSON D.

On the left side of the memorial (see also Photo)


THIS CROSS IS RAISED
TO THE MEMORY OF THE MEN
OF EAST AND WEST AYTON,
WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR
1914 - 1918

On the right side of the memorial (see also Photo)


"O LORD THESE GAVE THEIR LIVES,"
THEIR SOULS ARE THINE.
GRANT THEM ETERNAL PEACE.


Data transcribed by
Lucie Hinson
from photography by Colin Hinson