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Sedbergh parish:

Sedbergh, War Memorial transcription:

The World wars I and II memorial in St. Andrew's Churchyard, Sedbergh

The front of the memorial (see also Photo)


Remember The Men
Of Sedbergh Town Who
Counting Not Their Lives
Dear Unto Themselves Died
For Freedom And Country
In The Great War
1914 - 1919

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

William E. Armer
Stephen Atkinson
Joseph C. Bateman
Noel Bennett
Henry Booth
Albert Brooks
George Burton
John Burton
Fred T. Bushey
C. Leonard Chorley
Henry J. Clemmet
Thomas W. Clemmet
James Cragg

1939 - 1945
James Armistead Thomas G. Dinsdale
Harry W. Batty Albert H. Garnett
William Bainbridge John Goth
Robert W.H. Carter John R. Greenwood
William W. Dawson Thomas E.M. Handley, M.M.

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

Herbert Park
Harold H. Pearson
T. William Rigg
Walter Sanderson
R. Edward Seddon
Charles J. Sisson
Joseph A. Smith
George W. Southerin
John G. Stainton
Thomas B. Stockdale
Edwin Storey
G. Armstrong Thompson
Richard Winn

1939 - 1945
James E. Harvey Patrick J. Nicholson
John McC. Johnson Anthony C. Pennington
Desmond H. Wray, D.F.C. Thomas R. Sowerby
Charles Lowis George N. Stainton
William N. Mounsey  

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson