Inscribed "The Great War 1914-18 In Proud and Grateful memory of" and "Men of Stickford who made the Supreme Sacrifice"
|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"
|J. H. Elston|
|B. C. W. Milns|
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