Great Asby Roll of Honour

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Reference WMO/272697


Kendal Archive Centre, County Hall

Busher Walk




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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
  • Paper Paper
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Simply produced Roll of Honour on paper. Document Reference WPR 1/17/3
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OUR ROLL OF HONOUR/Men from the parish of Great Asby who served in the Great War during the years 1914-1918/[names]

Fred Brunskill 11th Border Regt/ Joseph Clemmet 11th Border Regt/ William H Humphris 11th Border Regt Killed in action 18th Nov 1916/ Fred Gasgarth 11th Border Regt/ Thomas W Kipling 1st Border Regt Died of wounds 13th April 1916/ James H Kipling New Zealand Forces Wounded and discharged/ Arthur Sawer 11th Border Regt Suffered from gas poisoning/ Walter Sawer ¼ Northumberland Fusiliers/ George Guy 8th Durham Light Infantry Prisoner of War/ Richard Richardson 2nd Coldstream Guards/ Arthur McCune 2nd Grenadier Guards/ John Richardson Royal Field Artillery/ William Kindleyside 6th West Riding Regt/ Fred Jackson Army Service Corps/ Harry Bethom Army Service Corps/ Joseph Braithwaite Royal Field Artillery/ John G Fairer 3rd Border Regt/ John Kindleysides 18th Manchester Regt Prisoner of War/ Fred Richardson 17th Cheshire Regt/ Fred Fairer Royal Navy/ Harry Graham Royal Garrison Artillery/ Robert Thwaites 22nd Durham Light Infantry/ Richard G Park 3rd Border Regt/ John E Tallantire 9th Border Regt/ Robert B Richardson 3rd Border Regt/ Thomas Murray Airey Royal Naval Division

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