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All Saints' Church, Pickhill
All Saints' Church, Pickhill
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There are 5 War Graves (all from the First World War) in the Churchyard of All Saints' Church, Pickhill. Two of these are of men of the Yorkshire Regiment.

Private Thomas William Thompson. 2390.
  Private Thomas William Thompson. 2390.
2nd / 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Son of William and Mary Harriet Thompson, of Pickhill. Died 4 August 1915. Aged 25.
Enlisted Pickhill (Thirsk).

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Private George Wallace. 2388.
  Private George Wallace. 2388.
2nd / 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Son of the late James and Mary Wallace, of Pickhill. Died 4 March 1915. Aged 27.
Enlisted Pickhill (Thirsk).

"LOVED IN LIFE
REMEMBERED IN DEATH"
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(From the Regimental Numbers and Battalions of the two men, above, it can be surmised that they joined up together and would have been friends when living in Pickhill).

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