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Addingham, Memorial transcription:

The World War I and II Memorial at Addingham.


The whole of the plaque. (see also Photo)

The Glorious Dead of Addingham
The Great War 1914 - 1918

Ashton, Thomas  Dixon, William  Goulding, John W.  Leach Harry  Ryder, Fred  Waggitt, John
Atkinson, Charles J. Dove, James Hadley, Sydney K. Lister, Jack Smith, Ralph Waggitt, William
Bailey, George Dove, Matthias Hodgson, Thomas Lister, James Smith, Reuben Whitaker, James
Beck, Norman Ellis, Charles Holgate, Dennis Lister, John Smith, William Whitaker, John
Bell, Frederick W. Ellis, W. James Holmes, Norman Maudsley, Nicholas Spencer, Frank Whitaker, William
Bell, Norman F. Emmott, Ambrose Holmes, Wilfred McRink, Lawrence Staff Sgt. Sutcliffe, Edward Wild, William
Blackburn, Wilfred Sgt. Emmott, Walter Lce. Cpl. Holmes, Wilfred Moulding, Carl S. Tiffany, Alfred Lce. Cpl. Wood, Tom
Brown John H. Sgt. Fisher, Fred Hood, Charles McShee, Patrick Topham, William Wright, Harold
Brown, Phillip Bdr. Foster, Arthur Horsman, Willie Odgen, William Town, Harry Whiteoak, Charles
Clarke, Charles P. Foster, Tom Hustwick, Percy Richardson, Hedley Townson, James Dewhurst, Abraham
Clarke, John Gale, William Staff Sgt. Kidd, E.J. Cecil Lieut. Ryder, Arthur Townson, Robert W.  
THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE

1939 - 1945

Brace, Eustace F. Lieut.  Egan, Laurence M.  Milburn, Dennis C.  Oddy, Geoffrey N.  Turnpenny, Ernest
Dickson, Gerge Foster, C. William Melville, John S. Perkins, Thomas Lce. Cpl. Wall, Hubert
Drake, James Hillman, Neville Newton, Stephen Stapleton, Jack Woodfield James H.


Data transcribed by
Colin Hinson.
from photography by himself