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Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St. Martin


Type of Memorial:Roll of Honour

Description:On one of the nave widow sills is a Roll of Honour which measures 560mm high by 400mm wide and framed in wood.

Inscription:ROLL OF HONOUR/ The following are the names/ of men belonging to the/ PARISH OF WAITHE/ who served their Country/ in the GREAT WAR/ 1914-1919./ (1st Column)/ England, George W./ England, John Ernest./ Foster, Alfred E./ Foster, Fred A./ Foster, Henry B./ (2nd Column)/ Foster, Tom./ Harriman, Fred./ Harriman, John./ Houghton, Charles./ Houghton, George.

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Michael Peck, CJ Anderson

Notes:Charls Anderson notes that none of the names on the memorial are found in either the Commonwealth War Graves Commision or Soldiers Died in the Great War and that it must therefore be assumed that Waithe joins the small number of Parishes who lost no men in the Great War.

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