St. Gregory's Church, Crakehall, Brass Tablet

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St. Gregory's Church

Leyburn Road




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The memorial is a brass plaque on the south wall of the sanctuary of the church. At teh top is a cross on a red backgroup surrounded by a laurel wreath on a black back ground, this device is flanked by 2 palm leaves. The corners have a quatrefoil on a black ground and these are linked on the 3 sides by a pattern of buds. The letering is filled in black with the capitals filled in red.
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To the Honoured Memory of Private Thomas Hodgson; Leading Stoker J. Robert Leake. R.N.; Private Frank Lockey; Lance Corporal John Lodge; Signaller Joseph Mawson; Quartermaster Sergeant Henry Metcalf; Private Arthur Morton; Private Charles Reynolds; Private William Ryder; Private James Stelling; Private Lupton Stelling; Private John Thompson; Whose lives were given for their Country 1914 - 1918. "Their name liveth for evermore." Requiescant in pace.

Thomas Hodgson; J. Robert Leake; Frank Lockey; John Lodge; Joseph Mawson; Henry Metcalf; Arthur Morton; Charles Reynolds; William Ryder; James Stelling; Lupton Stelling; John Thompson;

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