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War Memorial - North Skelton, North Yorkshire, England

1914 - 1918

War Memorial WW I Names WW I

In sacred and honoured memory
the following men
of North Skelton
who fell in the Great War
1914 - 1918
L/Cpl. R. M. Bell
Pte. G. W. Batterbee
Rfm. F. J. Cook
Pte. H. Dale
Pte. T. Gill
L/Cpl. P. E. Gosling
Stwd. F. Hanson
Pte. F. Harker
Pte. D. E. Jarvis
Pte. I. Jacques
Cpl. H. Leeks
Pte. F. Morgan
L/Cpl. C. H. Mott
Cpl. B. E. Nunn
Skr. J. W. Parker
Sgt. J. W. Skipper
Dr. W. Swainston
Pte. R. Speechley
Bdr. F. E. Scurrah
Drmr. R. M. Thorpe
Pte. J. Todd
Pte. J. T. Walker
Gnr. J. P. Wilks
Pte. W. D. Wallis
4th Yorks
H. L. I.
R. I. R.
4th Yorks
4th Yorks
9th Yorks
S. S. Goathland
R. W. R.
W. R. R.
4th Yorks
4th Yorks
4th E. Yorks
9th Yorks
4th Yorks
H. M. S. Queen Mary
9th Yorks
R. F. A.
4th Yorks
R. F. A.
4th Yorks
2nd S. A. Rifles
4th Yorks
R. F. A.
10th Hussars
Pass not this stone in sorrow but in pride
and may we live as nobly as they died.


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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