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From the Memorial Souvenir Book page 65

The following is the last list compiled and issued by the Members of the Men's Class, Easter, 1918. After this date others were called to serve, and an estimate of at least 600 men would not be too many for the Parish

“All honour give to those who nobly striving, nobly fell, that WE might live.”

Then comes this list of those who died

This list contains 47 names which is less than the 94 of the Memorial Gates and in the photos section of the book. The names which are missing are predominantly those who died after Easter 1918. Some men who were later listed as missing before Easter 1918 would not have been listed as dead at that time case they came home after the war ended.

Rank Initials Surname Details Died
Pte. G. Barker Not given Died of Wounds
Corpl. Percy Bateman 18th West Yorks. Died of Wounds
Rifleman J. Bradford West Yorks. Died of Wounds
Pte. H Broadbent 13th Yorkshire Regt. Killed in Action
Pte. E. Brown West Yorks. Regt. Killed in Action
Pte. L. Butterfield K.O.Y.L.I. Killed in Action
Pte. R.M. Christie 10th Yorks. Regt. Killed in Action
Driver A. Emmett 2nd W.R.B., R.F.A. Killed in Action
Pte. W.D. Goode Yorks. Regt. Death by Fire in France
Pte. A. Hardy K.O.Y.L.I. Killed in Action
Pte. L. Hardy Duke of Wellington’s Killed in Action
Pte. W. Hardy Duke of Wellington’s Killed in Action
  A. Horsley D.L.I. Killed in Action
Gunner H. Horsley R.N.V.R. Drowned at Sea
Pte. W. Illingworth West Yorks. Died of Wounds
A.B. C. Macbride H.M.S. “Black Prince” Drowned at Sea
Rifleman F. Mitchell 1/7th West Yorks. Killed in Action
Sergt. R.A. Mitchell R.E. Killed in Action
Pte. W.H. Mitchell 18th West Yorks. R. Gas Poisoned
Pte. W. Nelson West Yorks. Killed in Action
  J.H. Newell Motor Machine Gun Section Died of Wounds
Sergt. J. Normington 18th West Yorks. Killed in Action
Pte. A. Oddy Duke of Wellington’s Killed in Action
Pte. J. Padgett 10th Canadians Died of Wounds
Pte. A. Pearson A.S.C. Killed by Accident
Pte. H.E. Pollard Not given Died of Wounds
  L. Pollard Seaforth Highlanders Died of Wounds
Pte. H. Poole Northumberland Fusiliers Killed in Action
Pte. H. Redman 18th West Yorks. Killed in Action
Lce.-Corpl. J. Rhodes K.R. Rifles Killed in Action
Pte. S. Robinson West Riding Regiment Died in France
  R.W. Savage W.T.O. Drowned at Sea
Pte. F. Seed M.T., A.S.C. Died of Fever in India
Pte. J.W. Smith 10th Yorks. Regt. Killed in Action
Lce.-Corpl. W. Smith 2nd Duke of W’s Killed in Action
  J. Sutcliffe 6th West Yorks. Killed in Action
Pte. Harold Sykes 19th West Yorks. Killed in Action
Gunner H. Taylor R.F.A. Died of Wounds
  J.H. Thompson 18th West Yorks. Killed in Action
  W. Thompson Scottish Borderers Killed in Action
Ord.-Corp. H. Thornton 8th Yorks. & Lancs. Died of Wounds
Sec.-Lieut. E.H. Wadsworth R.F.C. Killed by Flying Accident
Gunner S. Warbrick R.G.A. Killed in Action
  C. Wilman Duke of Wellington’s Killed in Action
Gunner H. Wilson S.S. “Phare” Drowned at Sea
Pte. A.E. Windsor Duke of Wellington’s Killed in Action
Pte. H.M. Wood 11th Duke of W’s. Killed in Action

 

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