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Keighley parish:

Ingrow, War Memorial transcription:

The War Memorial in the churchyard at Ingrow

The front of the memorial (see also Photo)

Captain   Nickolson, Herbert
  Clough, Alan   Treen, Frank
Ships Officer   Wright, Norman
  Gostling, Jack   Walker, James
Sergeant Gunner
  Thompson, Frank   Feather, Herbert
  Wakeling, Ernest   Long, William
Lance Sergeant   Swift, Percy
  Anderson, Harry Driver
  Rhodes, Cecil M.M.   Pawson, Fred
Corporal   Wood, Lawrence
  Mitchell, William Private
  Naylor, George   Addyman, James R.
  Page, George M.M.   Addyman, Percy N.
Bombardier   Binner, Cecil
  Calvert, William   Bottomley, Herbert
  Surr, G.W. D.C.M.   Barwick, Thomas R.
Seaman   Brooke, Harry
  Hunt, Henry   Brunditt, Percy
Lance Corporal   Buckley, Maurice
  Doughty, Harold   Carter, Ernest
  Harrison, James   Clarke, John
  Murgatroyd, David   Clement, Arthur

The right hand side of the memorial (see also Photo)

Private Hitch, John H.
  Clayton, Smith Isherwood, Clifford
  Cowperthwaite, Tom Jarman, Arthur F.
  Davis, Edward Jeffrey, Walter
  Davis, John W. Johnson, Herbert
  Dodson, Clifford Lambert, William H.
  Dray, Samuel Lund, Albert
  Drake, Ernest Mather, William
  Everton, Arthur Midgley, Joseph E.
  Elliott, H.E. Mitchell, Herbert
  Feather, Ernest Moore, Fred
  Feather, Willie Murray, Frank A.
  Fossey, Robert Nock, Bertie
  Foster, William Normington, Harold
  Foster, Wilfred Newton, William H.
  Grange, Fred Newell, Ernest
  Greenwood, John W. Owlett, Clifford S.
  Hainsworth, George Peel, Arthur
  Harker, Christopher Peel, Tom
  Hill, Harold Petty, William
  Hollingsworth, Duke Pullan, Edgar
  Holmes, Arthur Raine, Gibson
  Holmes, Harold Rhodes, Douglas

The rear of the memorial: (see also Photo)

Private   Sorton, J. Harold
  Rhodes, Isaac   Spencer, Percy
  Rhodes, Frank D.C.M.   Spencer, Richard
  Riby, G. Edwin   Startup, John H. M.M.
  Redman, Percy   Stoddart, Albert
  Robinson, Thomas   Swift, Ben
  Robinson, Sam   Thompson, William
  Robinson, Leonard   Tyson, James
  Roe, Albert   Wade, George
  Roff, Horace   Waddington, Harry
  Ruddock, Bertram F.   Wadsworth, Thomas
  Rushworth, Fred   Walsh, John
  Ryder, Arthur   Waterhouse, George
  Scott, David   Watmuff, Tom
  Shackleton, Percy   Wellwood, James
  Shellabear, Tom   White, Arthur
  Simpsom, W. Oxley   White, Herbert W.
  Slater, Claude S.   Whipp, Herbert
  Singleton, Isaac   Wiggan, Thomas H.
  Smith, Albert E.   Wood, Thomas H.
  Smith, Richard   Watson, J.W.
  Smith, Tom S.  

The left hand side of the memorial (see also Photo)

Albone, J.W. Hodson, N.H.
Bailey, V. Human, F.
Baker, T. Hurd, Albert
Burgess, F. Leathem, G.
Caulfield, B.J. Little, A.
Crossley, P. Lund, Cyril
Clapperton, J. Nicholson, C.H.
Cowton, J. O'Hara, J.T.
Crouch, K.J. Orton, J.W.
Dawson, H. Peaceful, H.
Dean, Fairfax Pickering, W.
Dewhirst, Harry Pinchbeck, A.
Dewhirst, Henry Pittock, J.A.
Dovernor, D. Potter, A.E.
Downs, J.W. Scattergood, F.
Durkin, S. Selby, H.
Gee, Percy L. Smith, D.D.
Gent, Ernest Smith, Walter
Gillin, R. Tedder, R.H.
Granger, Squire Thorpe, J.W.
Grindrod, A. Unsworth, H.
Halligan, J.T. Wade, Eric B.E.M.
Hickling, Eileen Whitaker, B.
Hey, Ernest Wilson, Raymond
Hobson, Fred  

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson