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War Memorial - Langwathby, Cumbria, England

1914 - 1919, 1939 - 1945  and  Korea

War Memorial WW I, WW II, Korea

Names WW I "They never fail who die in a great cause."

George Little, 11th Border
July 5th 1916, aged 19 years

Frederick Bewley, 2nd Royal Highlanders
March 14th 1917, aged 23 years

William G. Allan, 7th Argyll & Suthd. Highlrs.
April 23rd 1917, aged 21 years

William D. Dickinson, 7th Royal West Kents
Oct 12th 1917, aged 24 years

Thomas W. Sarginson, Kings own Shropshire L. I.
Nov 30th 1917, aged 32 years

James Little, 11th Border
April 16th 1918, aged 25 years

Herbert Allan, 2nd Irish Rangers (Canadian)
Nov 3rd 1918, aged 25 years

Names WW I"They never fail who die in a great cause."

William Haxton, Grenadier Guards
Sept 26th 1916, aged 34 years

John Baty, Coldstream Guards
Nov 15th 1916, aged 21 years

William Tootill, Cumberd & Westd Yeomanry
April 12th 1918, aged 22 years

Alfred P. Cooper, Railway Operating Division
Nov 6th 1918, aged 26 years

Names WW II, Korea Also of the men who fell
in the war 1939 - 1945

Frederick Percival, Air Training Corps
July 11th 1942, aged 16 years

P/O H. C. M. Goodwin, R. A. F.
August 21st 1942, aged 21 years

Dixon Hall, K. O. Y. L. I. 1/4th Bn.
Sep 11th 1944, aged 19 years

Lt. G. A. W. Goodwin, M. B. E., Fleet Air Arm
Nov 17th 1944, aged 21 years

Sgt. Eric Pigg, 1st Bn Argyle & Suthd Highlrs
Korea, Sep 23rd 1950, aged 23 years


This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.




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