Whitby parish:


Sleights, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The World War I Memorial Plaque in St. John's Church, Sleights.

To the Honour and Glory of God and in
thankful memory of the following soldiers
closely connected with this Parish who fell in
the Europe War 1914-1918 and of the great
deliverance vouchsafed to our country & her allies

This tablet & window above are dedicated by the worshippersin this church & others.

Cap. Stamp Brooksbank - Yorkshire Regt Pte. J. Mark H. Robinson - Yorkshire Regt Pte. John R Thompson - Durham Light Infantry
Lieut. Hugh Brooksbank - Yorkshire Regt Pte. Thomas Smith - Yorkshire Regt Pte. Matthias Lyth Welford - Durham Light Infantry
Lieut. Guy S Phillips - Yorkshire Regt Pte. Harry Stonehouse - Yorkshire Regt Pte. Wilfred Richardson - Durham Light Infantry
Lieut. Frank S Phillips - Yorkshire Regt Sergt. Edward G. Henderson - R.F.A.
Awarded the Belgian Croix de Guerre
Pte. Ernest Bell - Middlesex Regt
Sergt.Edward Turner - Yorkshire Regt Gunner Francis Smith - R.F.A. Pte. Francis Elliott Mead - Sherwood Foresters
Pte. Tom Elwick - Yorkshire Regt Gunner Joseph Noble - R.G.A. Pte. George Yates - 17th London Regt
Pte. Edwin Johnson - Yorkshire Regt Sapper Thomas Wilkinson - R.E. Pte. Norman Henry Binns - South Wales Borderers
Pte. John Lewis - Yorkshire Regt Sapper John Lowther - R.E. Pte. Robert Hodgson - Grenadier Guards
Pte. Edward Lewis - Yorkshire Regt Pioneer Edwin Jackson - R.E. Capt. Alwyn M Allan - M.C. West Surrey Regt.
Pte. Stephen Linton - Yorkshire Regt LanceCpl. Godfrey E Anderson - Seaforth Highlands Lieut. Frederick Spurgeon - R.A.F.
Pte. Arthur Geo. Mead - Yorkshire Regt LanceCpl. James F.Brodrick English - Seaforth Highlands Pte. Henry Green - Canadian Contingent

Death is Swallowed up in Victory

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson