Fewston War Memorial - St Michael and St Lawrence Churchyard. 

 

 

In Loving / and Grateful Memory of the / Men of this Parish and District / who in the Great War 1914 - 1918 / gave their lives for King and Country

 

  • Pte H.W. ATKINSON Northumberland Fusiliers / of Fewston / Jan 2 1918 aged 20.
  • Sergt. F DRIVER 2/5 West Yorks Regt. / May 3 1917 aged 22.
  • Pte. H.L. WIGGLESWORTH 2/6 Duke of Wellingtons / Aug 22 1917 aged 22.
  • Pte. J. HOBSON K.O.Y.L.I. / Aug 11 1918 Aged 36.
  • Pte. J. SIMPSON West Yorks Regt. / Mar 28 1918 aged 22.
  • Pte. W.H. CLAPHAM East Lancashire Regt / Aug 4 1918 aged 29.

 

All five Men from Norwood.

 

  • Pte. P. HOWELL K.R.R. / Aug 16 1917 aged 22.
  • L Cpl. S.C.C. BRAMLEY East Surreys / Aug 9 1917 aged 33.

 

Both of Blubberhouses.

 

  • Sergt. L. BARNETT East Yorks Regt / May 13 1917 aged 23.
  • Pte. C.L. CRYER 2/6 Duke of Wellingtons / Sep 13 1918 aged 24.

 

Both of Farnley.

 

  • Rfl Mn H. ROBINSON K.R.R. of Dob Park / Oct 19 1917 aged 28 years.

 

Faithful unto Death.

 

 

In Loving / and Grateful Memory / of the Men of this Valley / who gave their lives in / the 1939 - 1945 War.

 

  • Gnr FRANCIS WARD R.A. / of Timble / died P.O.W. Malaya Mar 21 1942 / aged 37.
  • Sgt RONALD HOUSEMAN R.A.F. / of Norwood / Killed in France July 5 1944 aged 20.
  • Dvr. CHARLES AUSTIN RATHMELL R.E. / of Timble / died of Wounds Aug 29 1944 / aged 31.

 

Also

 

  • Pte. PETER JACK NICHOLSON West Yorkshire Rgt. / of Norwood / died at Singapore June 15 1947 / aged 19.

These all died in Faith.