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Whixley parish:

Whixley, War Memorial transcription:

The World War I memorial at Whixley.


1914
1919


To the Honour
of the
Men of Whixley
who fell in the
Great War.

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

Pte. Geo. Allinson
West Yorks. Regt.

Pte. O.W. Bramley
West Yorks. Regt.

Pte. Herb. Bramley
West Riding Regt.

Pte. Alfred Buck
Yorkshire Regt.

Pte. Bertie Buck
Northumberland Fls.

Cpl R. Butterfield
East Lancs. Regt.

Pte. Oliver Cass
Australian Imp. Forces

Pte. Boucher Cass
Australian Imp. Forces

Sgt. Edward Coates
West Yorks. Regt.

Pte. Chas. E. Cocker
West Yorks, Regt.

L.Cpl. Geo. W. Ferguson
Kings Liverpool Regt.

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

Lieut. J.P. Sedgwick
Rifle Brigade 1939-1945

Pte. Walt Ibbotson
West Yorks. Regt.

Pte. M. Kettlewell
York & Lancs Regt.

Pte. Geo. W. Kilham
Somerset Lt. Infantry

Pte. Thos. Morrell
Yorkshire Regt.

Tpr. Harold Pexton
Natal Carabineers

Dvr. Wm. Richmond
Royal Field Artillery

Pte. J.W.A. Scruton
Lancashire Fusiliers

Pte. Phil. St.G.D. Smith
Lincolnshire Regt.

Capt. Paul Taylor
East Yorks. Regt.

Gds. Enos Watson
Scots. Guards


Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson