Tythby Holy Trinity

War Memorial

First World War

The First World War memorial measures 4' by 21". It is a brass plaque on oak with small brass flower holders and a wooden sconce with candles on either side. It was erected in 1920. The inscription reads:

TO THE
GREATER GLORY OF GOD
AND IN MEMORY OF THE
MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO FELL
IN THE GREAT WAR.

LIEUT. P.G. CHAWORTH-MUSTERS
CAPT. P.M. CHAWORTH-MUSTERS, M.C.
R. CHAWORTH-MUSTERS, M.C.
LIEUT. H.L.C. SMITH
LIEUT. C.V. TOMLINSON
L.SGT. J.E. CLAYTON, M.M
CPL. F.E. SHIPSTONE
L/CPL. T.W. WIDDOWSON
DVR. T.C. MILLER
PTE. G.H. BLACKWELL
  PTE. J.I. CHEETHAM
PTE. T.A. KEMP
PTE. T.E. RICHARDSON
PTE. J.L. SPENCER
PTE. H.H. TOWLE
PTE. C.H. WALKER
PTE. T.A. WHITE
PTE. R.L.T. WRAGBY.

GRANT THEM O LORD ETERNAL REST

Secind World War

There is a Roll of Honour in a frame on the west wall. It reads:

ROLL OF HONOUR.

MEN AND WOMEN OF THE PARISH OF TYTHBY WITH CROPWELL BUTLER WHO SERVED IN THE WORLD WAR 1939-1945.
WITH GRATITUDE TO THOSE WHO SERVED AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES.

Albert Archer
Terence Benjamin Bairstow
Joyce Mary Bairstow
C.M. Baldock
W. Edric Beet
Ronald Branstone
Charles E. Bishop
Mary Cheetham
C.F. Harding
George W. Harrison
Edward Holland
Frank Jarvis
J.F. Jarvis
George Alfred Kemp
Frederick Leary
   (Killed in action)
Phyllis Leary
Tom. Lee
George Alfred Lewis
S. Walter Lowe
  Barbara Marriott
May Adelaide Parkin
   (Killed by enemy action
    in Parish)
Sidney Parnham
Samuel Parnham
Wm. Bryant Peet
Alwyn Rockley
R. Harry Rockley
Percy Simpson
Gertrude Stewart
Frank Spalding
Frances Spalding
James Spalding
Dorothy Alice Spalding
Herbert Owen Spencer
F.C.L. Swanwick
N.T. Swanwick
John Gilbert Turner
Leonard Widdowson
Edward Wragsdale
DUTY BRAVELY DONE

At the Cemetery

There is also a First World War memorial at the lych gate of the cemetery, which is situated at Cropwell Butler.