Spaldington Roll of Honour (served). Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 101)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018
Spaldington Roll of Honour: the fallen. Methodist Archive and Research Centre (reference MA 8030 item 102)
Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes, 2018

Spaldington is in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and the Wesleyan Chapel was also the village school, and seated 90.

The Roll of Honour lists twenty-two people who came back from the war. The covering letter lists the seven men who fell. Some of the abbreviations used are obscure.

Those who served were:

J. Broader            Army Service Corps

F. Cawkwell        East Yorkshire Regt.

T. Drury                C.H.

D. Drury                East Yorkshire Regt.

W. Penrose         Lancaster and York Regt.

G. Walsh              Royal Field Artillery

C. Hague             Royal Navy

W. Broader        West Yorkshire Regt.

J. Vickers            Royal Field Artillery

G. Kenniwell      Royal Naval Air Service

J. Kenniwell       East Yorkshire Regt.

E. Fines               Canadian Infantry

D.Moore             Durham Light Infantry

H. Danby            H. I.

E. Snell                Border Regt. (?)

F. Witty               East Yorkshire Regt.

W. Moore           R.N.S.C.

F.  Greensmith Royal Navy

F. Holmes           V.J.C.

J. Wides              V.J.C.

J. Oliver               V.J.C.

J. Tutty                V.J.C.

Those who died were:

S. Leetham       East Yorkshire Regt.

S. Taylor             East Yorkshire Regt.

G. Oliver             Royal Field Artillery

C. Clark               V.J.C.

G. Fines              Canadian Highlanders

W. Holmes        Machine Gun Corps

H. Witty              East Yorkshire Regt.

Further details of the five in bold type may be found on this link to the Bubwith war memorial

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