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Stickford War Memorial

Inscribed "The Great War 1914-18 In Proud and Grateful memory of" and "Men of Stickford who made the Supreme Sacrifice"

Name Unit(s) Details
F. H. Borrill 117 bttn, Royal Field Artillery
F. W. Bycroft Sapper, Royal Engineers
H. Ely Corporal, 5th Lincolns First name "Harry"
C. R. Horne
C. Melton First name "Charles"
W. Pawlett Private, 17th S. Foresters
H. H. Sharpe Lance Corporal, 2nd/5th West Yorks Herbert Sharp (note surname variance), KIA 12 Aug 1918, France and is buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.
W. H. Sharpe Private, 10th Lincolns & Labour Corps William Sharp, WIA overseas and brought back to Wharnecliffe Hospital, Sheffield, where he died four years later of his wounds, 9 Dec 1920.
H. P. Thompson Private, 4th Lincolns "Herbert Philip"
W. B. Toynton Private, 6th Bedfords "William Burt"
S. Woods Private, 10th Lincolns "Sidney"

Inscribed "To The Immortal Memory of" and "Men of This Parish Who Died For Us in The War of 1939-1945"

Name
F. Chapman
J. H. Elston
J. Kitchen
B. C. W. Milns
N. Pension

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Last updated on 9-October-2001
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