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Sheriff Hutton parish:

Sheriff Hutton, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The War Memorial Plaque in St. Helen's Church, Sheriff Hutton.

who served and gave their lives
in the two Great Wars

1914 - 1918

Nurse Winifred S Coates VAD Lieut R A Rigby BA Yorks Regt Pte George V Nelson WY
Lieut G Banks MC Can Inf Pte Arthur Hill KR Pte William B Payne Yorks
Corp Joseph W Southam DLI Pte Percy Hodgson M Pte Tom Richardson W Yorks
Pte Walter Backhouse LF Pte Robert Hubie CI Pte Anthony Spence RFA
Pte John J Barker Cdm Gds Pte Edward Ibson Yorks Pte Henry Spence RFA
Pte William Bray W Yorks Pte Harold Inman Y + L Pte Charles Spencer WY
Pte John R Cattle E Yorks Pte George Jefferson S Pte Cecil A Smith L Fus
Pte George E Collins Beds Pte Arthur Johnson Yorks Pte George Waring Inf
Pte Robert Haines Y + L Pte Edward Nelson RE  

1939 1945

Lieut Cmd E C Egerton RN : Ft Sergt R W Pallister RAF
Corp L Bradshaw Home Gd : Pte B Atkinson W Yorks : Pte C Potter Pioneer C

Their name liveth for evermore

In thanksgiving for the safe return of L Corp J Taylerson from France 1914-1918
and of his son FO J S Taylerson from bombing raids over Germany 1943-45

Data transcribed by
Haydn Scott.
from photography by Colin Hinson