Long Bennington - Right Roll WW1

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Reference WMO/264761


St.Swithuns Church

1 Church Lane

Long Bennington


NG23 5EU


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: These two rolls were found in the bell tower, somewhat the worse for wear, by Mr. R. G. Scott. Who had them restored, glazed and framed. The one on the left measures 850 x 590 x 20, and on the right 790 x 570 x 20. They are inscribed with the following names and comments handwritten in ink.
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Right Hand Roll – Column 1. Jack Whittaker, R.A., killed in action Sept, 20 1918. - - - George Loveless, A.S.C.(M.T.). - - - Frederick Clews, Bedford Regt. - - - George Johnson, Canadian Regt. - - - Thomas Bateman, Canadian Regt. - - - A. W. Bowes, Lincs. Regt. - - - George H, Bailey, E. Yorks. Regt. -- - - Herbert Kirton, R.G.A. - - - Thomas Allwood, Sherwood Fors. - - - George Marshall, R.E. - - - John Brown, R.G.A. - - - John Dolby, Rd. Const. Co., R.E. - - - William H, Hubbard, R.N. - - - Edward Kirton, A.S.C.(M.T.). - - - James W, Pacey, A.S.C. - - - Horace Fenton, Staffs Regt. Killed in action Sept. 26 1917. - - - James Seymour, K.O.Y.L.I. - - - Leonard Cutts, Notts. & Derby. Discharged through ill health. - - - Wm. A. Foster, Training Reserve. - - - Wm. J Brown, R.F.A. - - - Joseph Swain, Lincs Regt. - - - H. E. Middlebrooke, R.A.M.C. - - - Frederick Hollingsworth, Lincs. Regt. - - - Thomas Allwood, Notts. & Derby. - - - Walter Slack, T.R. - - - Thomas H. Sponge, T.R. - - - Cecil Kirton, Notts. & Derby. - - - Ernest Hubbard, T.R. - - - Harold Cook, R.F.A. - - - William B. Vincent, Cavalry Reserve. - - - John Sidney Wadkin, A.S.C. (M.T.). - - - William Wesley, A.S.C. - - -George Reynolds, Leicester Regt. - - - Harold Rowland, R.F.A. Column 2. Tom Spicer, Notts & Derby. - - -Osbert Wadkin, Leics. Regt. - - - Charles Sewards, Lancs. Fus. - - - Joseph Sewards, D. L. I. - - - John Hammond, R.A.F. - - - William Hunt, R.E. - - - Fred J. Ablewhite, R.N.R.

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