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Market Place Market Place
Note the new building in the photo on the corner.
Regent Street Regent Street
Note the 'Old Red Lion Hotel'
Chapmangate Chapmangate
Note the independent chapel built in 1807 to the left.
Pocklington War Memorial

The First World War Memorial is in Market Place near to the Post Office. Cllr Martin Cooper and other councillors have been researching the history of those who perished in the two world wars. An exhbition on the men who fell was held in the Arts Centre from 3rd - 9th November 2008 and was called 'Fallen Heroes'. Images of the fallen heroes can be seen on this page.

Names on the War Memorial:

To the glory of God and in memory of our comrades who fell in the Great War 1914 - 1918

West Facing:

Roland Brown
Francis C Buttle
Robert W Buttle
Henry I Cattle
John Cooper
Walter J Crisp
John Cross
Joseph Eagan
Fred Easton
James Elliott
Robert C English


War Memorial West Face

South Facing:

Thomas W Fisher
Charles Flint
Fred Foster
George Gilyead
George S Grainger
Jim Giles
Stanley Hall
James Harrison
Clifford Hayton
Henry Holmes
Herbert Holmes
Alfred Hopper
Charles Hotham
George M Javerley
Thomas Jennings

Memorial South Face
East Facing:

Herbert Jessop
Arthur Jessop
Harold Johnson
Henry Johnson
Edward Kirby
George Kemp
John Lee
John Plumb
Robert Pratt
Thomas W Rippon
Frederick W Robson
Edward M Robson
Arthur Rowntree
Herbert Savage
Sydney Scaife

Memorial East Face

North Facing:

George J Scott
George Skelton
Thomas R Skinner
Frederick S Smith
John W Smith
Archie Spencer
Richard M Stubbs
Arthur J Tayleure
John W Thompson
Richard Timbs
Thomas R Thorpe
William Walker

Erected by the Pocklington
Comrades of the Great War

Memorial North Face
Memorial in the 1940a
War Memorial in the 1940's
Before the Post office
War Memorial before the Post Office was built
Brroks phot
Brass Castle in the background