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- First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial:
That it is proposed by our petitioners and other inhabitants of the said parish to place a brass tablet on the south wall of the parish church of Nocton aforesaid to the memory of Reuben Horton of Nocton aforesaid who was killed in action on the thirtieth January 1915, that the said tablet is to be about two feet by about one foot six inches with the following inscription, namely: "In memory of Reuben, son of Reuben and Ellen Horton, of Nocton, Private 1st W.Yorks. Regt. who was killed in action Jan. 30 1915, when fighting for his country in the great German war, having previously served the S. African Campaign 1901. Erected as a mark of affection and esteem by those whom he served faithfully in peace and war, age 34 years. [460 x 610 x 3mm]
Faculty Book 13, page 22, dated 2nd July 1915.
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