Gillamoor Parish Roll of Honour

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Reference WMO252109

Address:

St Aidan Church

Gillamoor Bank Top

Gillamoor

Kirkbymoorside

YORK

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Materials:
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A very simple but nicely painted and lettered framed Roll of Honour hung at the west end of the church. Listing names and units of 36 men. In the top righthand corner is a wreath of green laurel leaves bound by red, white and blue ribbons. The years 1914 & 1919 are inside this wreath. From the wreath descend two swags forming a border along the top and down both sides turning in at the foot of the page. The words Pro Patria are between the swags in the centre at the foot of the page. Within this border is a table headed by the word Gillamoor and below are listed in alphabetical order the names and units of those who served. All the writing is in black ink.
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1914 1919 Gillamoor Pte. John. J. Ainsley. Northumberland Fuisliers. Pte. John. W. Barker. Royal Garrison Artillery. L. Cpl. Albert Best. K. Yorkshires. Sapper Thomas Best. K. Royal Engineers. Pte. William Fawbert. West Yorks. Pte. J. Featherstone. Army Service Corps. Sergt. Robert Harrison. K. O. Y. L. Infantry. Pte. William Harrison. Yorks & Lancashires. Sapper J. W. Handley. Royal Engineers. L. Cpl. R. Hewitt. Northumberland Fuisliers. Tpr. James E. Kay. Kings Hussars. Pte. James N. Kay. Army Service Corps. Signaller T. Kay. Australian Imperial Force. Pte. T. H. Kendrew. Durham Light Infantry. Pte. George R. Lythe. Durham Light Infantry. Pte. John W. Lythe. East Yorks. Pte. William Mears. Yorks. Pte. George Metcalfe. Lincolns. Cpl. John A. Metcalfe. Army Service Corps. Farrier Ronald Metcalfe. Army Service Corps. Pte. W. A. Metcalfe. Lincolns. Pte. William Potter. K. Northumberland Fuisliers. Pte. S. Richardson. Australian Imperial Force. Pte. M. Richardson. Army Service Corps. Pte. George Smith. K. O. Y. L. Infantry. Pte. Harry Smith. Duke of Wellingtons. Pte. Herbert Spenceley. Royal Highlanders. Canada Pte. Fred Thompson Yorkshires. Sergt. George Todd. M. M. K. O. Y. L. Infantry. Bomb. John Todd. Royal Garrison Artillery. Dvr. John R. Ward. Army Service Corps. Francis W. Ward. Royal Navy Pte. Fred. W. Ward. K. Fifth Yorks. Tpr. Alfred Welburn. Third Dragoon Guards. Pte. Harry Windress Royal Garrison Artillery. Dvr. Joseph Wood. Royal Field Artillery. Pro Patria

John. J. Ainsley. John. W. Barker. Albert Best. Thomas Best. William Fawbert. J. Featherstone. Robert Harrison. William Harrison. J. W. Handley. R. Hewitt. James E. Kay. James N. Kay. T. Kay. T. H. Kendrew. George R. Lythe. John W. Lythe. William Mears. George Metcalfe. John A. Metcalfe. Ronald Metcalfe. W. A. Metcalfe. William Potter. S. Richardson. M. Richardson. George Smith. Harry Smith. Herbert Spenceley. Fred Thompson George Todd. John Todd. John R. Ward. Francis W. Ward. Fred. W. Ward. Alfred Welburn. Harry Windress Joseph Wood.

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