Thornhill WW1 Plaque

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Reference WMO/273490


St Mary and All Angels Church

Church Lane


WF12 0JZ


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Metal (any)
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Metal plaque within church
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1914 - 1919 For King and Coutry To the Glory of God and in affectionate Remembrance of the Men of Thornhill who gave their lives in the Great European War 1914 - 1918 Make them to be numbered with they Saints in Glory Everlasting (Names)

1914-1918 Cpl. Gordon Brown L/Cpl. Alexander Bruce Pte. Willie Chambers Pte. Norman Cleveland Pte. Willie Croft Pte. Harry Denton L/Cpl. Alfred H. Dixon Sapr. Benjamin Gaines L/Cpl. Arthur Garfitt Pte. Harold Grace Pte. Leonard Halstead Pte. Herbert Heaton 2nd Lt. Frank B. Hinchliffe Pte. Percy Holmes Pte. Eric Johnson Pte. Samuel H. Jubb Pte. Willie Jubb Cpt. Edward Kaye Pte. James Ed. Kaye L/Cpl. Norman Kitson Cpt. Christopher Laycock Pte. John E. Lee Pte. Gilber Lewis Bmdr Ernest Asquith M.M. Pte. Arthur Mallinson Pte. Wilson Marshall Pte. Clement Micklethwaite Pte. Thomas Newton Pte. Wright Ouldridge L/Cpl. Hubert Peace Pte. Wm. Henry Peace Pte. Wm. George Russell Pte. James Scargill Pte. Leonard Shackleton L/Cpl. Ernest Sheard Pte. John Simmons Pte. Harold Smith Pte. Herbert Summerscales Major Frank Taylor Bmdr. Thomas Thornton L/Cpl. Frank Tomlinson Pte. Norman Tomlinson Pte. Fred Vickers Bmdr. Jack Weate L/Cpl. Sam Wilson Pte. Edgar Winterflood Pte. George A. Lightowler

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