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Sharow, Memorial Plaque transcription:

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

Greater Love hath no Man
Than this that a Man Lay
Down his Life for his Friend

To the Glory of God
In proud & ever-living memory of the
men of the Parish of Sharow who
in the Great War 1914 - 1918 laid
down their lives so that those
at home might dwell in safety.

Ralph Adamson. Pte. 4th West Yorks
Arthur Bramley. Pte. 3rd West Yorks
Thomas Dawson. Pte. 9th West Yorks
James Ingleby Farmer. 2nd Lt. 60th Rifles
John Sebastian Firth. Gunner R.G.A.
Andrew Ferguson. Pte. 7th Wilts
Robert Harper. Cpl. 13th West Yorks
Clare Houseman. Cpl. K.O.Y.L.I.
George Lickley. Cpl. 1-5th West Yorks
William Livesey. Gunner R.F.A.
Alf Monger. Pte. 20th D.L.I.
Thomas Naylor. Pte. 15th West Yorks
Frank Neat. Cpl. 1-5th Seaforth High
Thomas Rigg. Pte. 5th Yorks Reserve
Wilfred Sherwin. Pte. 3rd K.R.R.
Fred Smith. Pte. 5th Yorks Reserve
Harry Smith. Pte. West Riding Regt
William Thorpe. Pte. Grenadier Gds
Edwin Tiffney. Pte. 1-5th West Yorks
Thomas Wait. Cpl. 15th West Yorks
Percy Willis. Pte. 12th West Yorks
G. Frederick Wilson. Pte. 3-5th West Yorks

At the going down of the Sun and in
the morning we will remember them.

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson