The church of St. Mary Magdalene, with the war memorial to the left of the picture.
|DRIVER H. T. WILLIAMS||ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY||u/k||17/03/1918|
|PIONEER W. NEALE||ROYAL ENGINEERS||30||24/10/1917|
|PRIVATE G. J. COOK||LABOUR CORPS||53||05/06/1918|
|LIEUTENANT A. F. BLYTH||NORTHERN CYCLIST BATTALION||20||23/08/1917|
Lieutenant (according to the CWGC) Alick Blyth’s body was never recovered, and he is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial.