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War Memorial - Patrington, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
Roll of Honour

1914 War Memorial WW I War Memorial WW I
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Roll of Honour
Names WW I Appleby, F.
Atkinson, G.
Bolderson, S.
Bolderson, L.
Boyton, G. E.
Bielby, G. A.
Blenkin, A. W.
Billany, A.
Byles, H.
Brown, R. D.
Clubley, I.
Clubley, A.
Calvert, G.
Calvert, H.
Cockerill, C.
M. M., Cockerill, F. H.
Chessman, C. E.
Chessman, W.
Cuthbert, W.
Cuthbert, G.
Crowther, A.
Caley, R.
Cookman, J. E.
Dearing, J.
Dibnah, H.
Names WW I Escreet, J.
Elton, R.
Fewster, E.
Fewster, H.
Fail, C. R.
Fail, F.
Graves, H.
Gray, T.
George, M. R.
Hall, A.
Howlett, J. L. G.
Hodgson, F.
Hodgson, T.
Hodgson, G.
Hodgson, J.
Hodgson, H.
Hodgson, W.
Hoult, H.
Harman, G. A.
Johnson, G. H.
Johnson, A.
Johnson, J. A.
Johnson, W.
Johnson, L.
Johnson, A.
Kirkwood, F. C.
Kirkwood, J.
Marritt, W.
Marritt, L. G.
Medforth, S.
Medforth, A. E.
Names WW I Medforth, A.
Medforth, C.
Moxon, B. J.
Mason, A.
M. M., Nicholson, R. H.
Norris, R.
Norris, O.
Ogram, S.
Pickering, E.
Pritchard, J.
Peach, J.
Peach, C.
Robinson, R. M.
Robinson, A. G.
Robinson, J. R.
Richardson, W. A.
Richardson, J.
Snaith, J.
Snaith, H.
Sharp, S.
Sharp, C.
Sharp, H.
Stockdale, T. A.
Scott, E.
Scott, H.
Thompson, J.
Thorpe, A. D.
Tiplady, F. J.
Tubb, W. J.
Tasker, C.
Vickerman, P.
Worrall, F. B.

1914 - 1918
Names WW I Atkinson, C.
Andrew, R.
Blenkin, S.
Bosman, H.
Bosman, A.
Fussey, H.
Hall, J.
Hall, D.
Pawson, W.
Rudd, H.
Snaith, W.
Thomas, E. W.
Walker, W. H.
Close, O.
Goodrick, C. C.
Jackson, J. E.
McNicholas, E.
Parrott, F. C.
Parrott, R.
Smith, C. F.
Stabler, E.
Crowther, H.
Crowther, J.

Not mentioned on the memorial but with connection to Patrington:

Allen, George William
Clark, George Pawson
Grindell, Frederick
Jefferson, Thomas William Christopher
Peckitt, George Robert
Tennison, George William
Watson, John Richard
Wood, Robert
Yardley, Arthur Sayner

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