War memorials, North Yorkshire
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War memorials, North Yorkshire

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The Knaresborough War Memorial The Knaresborough War Memorial
Photo © Copyright R J McNaughton and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

The Kanesborough War memorial is set up on the Castle, overlooking the River Nidd. 156 names from the First World War and 55 names from the Second World War are commemorated on this memorial. One soldier who served with the Yorkshire Regiment is commemorated on this memorial.

The soldiers from Knaresborough who are commemorated on this memorial have been researched by Alyson Jackson, and are presented on the website Knaresborough Online. Details of these names, and other men from Knaresborough whose names are not on this memorial, are shown on the Knaresborough Online Roll of Honour.

We are extremely grateful to Andy Topps (<enquiries@knaresborough.co.uk>) for permission to use the information, and the image below, of the Knaresborough War Memorial

Private Percy Fryer. 28836. 4th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Fryer, of Old Scriven, Knaresborough, Yorks. Died 12 April 1918. Aged 21.
Born Knaresborough (Yorks), Enlisted Harrogate, Resided Knaresborough.
Commemorated on Panel 4, PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL.

Private Fryer's Name on the Knaresborough War Memorial
Private Fryer's Name on the Knaresborough War Memorial
Photo courtesy of Knaresborough Online

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