Skelton in Cleveland parish:


North Skelton, War Memorial transcription:

The World War I memorial at North Skelton

The top inscription on the memorial (see also Photo)

In Sacred And Honoured Memory
The Following Men
Of North Skelton
Who Fell In The Great War
1914 - 18

L/Cpl.R.H. Bell4th Yorks
Pte.D.W. BatterbeeH.I.I.
RFMF.J. CookP.I.A.
Pte. H. Dale4th Yorks
Pte.T. Will
Pte. P. *. *ashing9th
F. HansonS.S. Coathland
Pte. F. HarkerD.W.R.
Pte. D.E. JarvisW.R.H.
Pte.*. *. Jacques4th Yorks
Cpl.H. ***ks
Pte. F. Morgan4th E. Yorks
L/Cpl.C.H. Mott9th
Cpl.B.E. Nunn4th
Sk*J.W. ParkerH.M.S. Queen Mary
Sgt.J.W. Skipper9th Yorks
Dr.W. SwainstonR.F.A.
Pte.R. Speechley4th Yorks
Bdr.F.E. ScurrahR.F.A.
Drmr.R.M. Thorpe4th Yorks
Pte. J. Todd2nd S.A. Rifles
Pte. J.T. Walker4th Yorks
Gnr. J.P. WilksR.F.A.
Pte. W.D. Wallis10th Hussars

The bottom inscription on the memorial (see also Photo)

Pass Not This Stone In Sorrow, But In Pride
And May Ye Live As Nobly As They Died.

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Peter Appleton