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War Memorial - Kilnwick, East Riding of Yorkshire, England

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

The panels are located inside of the church of All Saints.

1914 - 1918

Roll of Honour
Kilnwick on the Wolds
Names of those nelonging to and connected with this parish who
have served their king & country in the
Great War 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918
Roll of Honour 1914-1918 Grimston, Ernest Walter, Lieut.
Byrom, Edward Luttrell Grimston, Lieut.
Staveley, Frederick, Capt.
Tottenham, Francis Loftus, Commander
Anderson, Richard, Corporal
Bentley, Charles, Private
Bentley, George, Private
Bentley, Harold, Trooper
Bentley, John Mason, Private
Bentley, Robert, Private
Bentley, Walter, Private
Carter, Alex., Gunner
Carter, Francis, Private
Carter, Harold, Gunner
Duggleby, Robert, Lance Corpl.
Duggleby, Walter, Sergeant
Duggleby, William, Trooper
Harrison, Horace, Private
Lyon, Thomas, Private
Lyon, Walter, Private
Pickering, John, Private
Pittam John, Corporal
Robinson, Charles, Lance Corp.
Suggitt, Jesse, Driver
Suggitt, Frederick, Private
Lyon, William, Private
Harper, Walter, Private
Harrison, Harold, Private
North Midland Territorial Artillery
3rd Batt. Devon Regiment
3rd Batt. East Yorks Regiment   †
R. N., H. M. S. Benbow
Army Service Corps
39 Batt. Canadian Exp. Force   †
East Yorks Regiment
East Riding Yeomanry
Motor Transport Army Service Corps
Nawy's Batt. Middlesex Reserve
45th Batt. Canadian Contingent
124 Hull Heavy Battery R. G. A.
17th Batt. Northumberland Fusileers
East Riding Royal G. Artillery
22nd Batt. Royal Fusileers
East Riding Yeomanry
East Riding Yeomanry
Army Service Corps
2/5 East Yorks Regt.   †
Army Service Corps
Army Service Corps
3rd Batt. East Yorks Regt.
Army Service Corps
Army Service Corps
12 Batt. South Staffs Regt.
152 Batt. Canadian Infantry
3rd Batt. East Yorks Regt.    †
West Yorks Regt.

1939 - 1945

Names WW II In loving memory
William Brant
Sidney Robson
Joseph William Simpson
Died for freedom 1939 - 1945
Their name liveth for evermore

The pictures and information were provided by Mr. Mick Peck. Many thanks, Mick.


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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