War Memorial in Appletreewick
There is no memorial in St John the Baptist’s Church but there is a mounted paper Tribute in the Village Hall.
The War Memorial in Burnsall also includes this community.
The Township of Appletreewick
ROLL OF HONOUR
Members of His Majesty's Forces during the
FIRST WORLD WAR 1914 -1918
Archibald Curtis Walter Robinson
William P Inman Norman Hall
John W Daggett Frederick Newbould IN MEMORY OF
George Wellock John I Hargraves JOHN IRVIN HARGRAVES
William H Sedgwick Thomas L Newbould WHO GAVE HIS LIFE
Frank Holme George Reynoldson FOR HIS COUNTRY
Herbert Reynard Herbert Pattinson NOVEMBER 15TH 1918
George Metcalfe Thomas Wellock
David Wellock Joe Walton
Henry Irvin Hargraves Harold Naylor
Harold F Howell
Second World War 1939 -1945
IN MEMORY OF Robert Campbell Alec Dolgano
IRVINE NEWBOULD Annie Hargraves Raymond Lumb
WHO GAVE HIS LIFE Ernest Horton George Reynoldson
FOR HIS COUNTRY Leonard Horton Herbert Reynoldson
APRIL 12TH 1944 Ralph Houseman Leonard Robinson
Alec Knowles Fitton Norman Webster
Jack Naylor Harry Woods
Those who Fell in WW1
HARGRAVES, John Irvin
Rifleman, 1st/7th Battalion, The Prince of Wales’s Own (West Yorkshire Regiment), 146 Brigade, 49th Division. Army no 62726.
He died in hospital on Friday 15 November 1918. He was 19.
He was the son of Jonnie and Jane E Hargraves, Appletreewick.
He is buried in Etaples Military Cemetery and his headstone is inscribed Too Dearly Loved to Ever Be Forgotten from Father and Mother.
Lance Corporal, 9th (Service) Battalion, The Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment) 52 Brigade, 17th Division. Army no 12767.
He was killed in action on Wednesday 25 April 1917 in the second Battle of the Scarpe. He was 26.
He was the son of William and Eliza Reynard, Appletreewick.
He is remembered on The Arras Memorial.
Private, 1st Battalion, The Lancashire Fusiliers, 86 Brigade, 29th Division. Army no 205287.
He was killed in action on Saturday 28 September 1918 in the final Battle of Ypres. He was 32.
He was the son of Edward and Elizabeth Simpson, Appletreewick and the husband of Lavinia Simpson, 12 Ellen Street, Chorlton upon Medlock, Manchester.
He is buried in Hooge Crater Cemetery and his headstone is inscribed Their Glory Shall Not Be Blotted Out.
Those who Fell in WW2
Sergeant, 55/70 Operational Training Unit, Royal Air Force. RAFVR no 1495896
He died on active service on Wednesday 12 April 1944. He was 23. His name, Irvine is recorded with and without the final e.
He was the son of George Henry and Alice Newbould, Appletreewick.
He is buried in Fayid War Cemetery and his headstone is inscribed His Memory Grows Dearer as He Sleeps Among the Brave”
Baltimore III AH119 from 55/70 Operational Training Unit crashed into Little Bitter Lake in low cloud. I have not found any other detail.