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Filey fishermen

 

Transcript of a memorial in St Oswald's Church, Filey, North Yorkshire, England

 

'THIS TABLET RECORDS THE NAMES OF FILEY FISHERMAN/WHO PERISHED AT SEA & WHOSE BODIES WERE NEVER FOUND./1901/RICHARD DOUGLAS/ARTHUR DOUGLAS/1903/JOHN WILLIS/1908/JOHN WHEELER CRIMLISK./1911/GEORGE SCALES/JAMES HY. NEWBY JENKINSON/ROBERT HAXBY/1916/JOHN RICHARD CAMMISH/1919/MATTHEW CRIMLISK/WILFRED CRIMLISK,/THOMAS ROBERT CRIMLISK,/WILLIAM JENKINSON,/THOMAS CASTLE JENKINSON,/RICHARD BAXTER COWLING,/RICHARD CAMMISH JENKINSON,/MATTHEW CAMMISH/MORTIMER SCALES/1925/ROBERT HAXBY JOHNSON/NOV 1925/JOHN ROBERT JENKINSON,/ROBERT JENKINSON/GEORGE BAXTER JENKINSON/GEORGE JOHNSON CRIMLISK,/WILLIAM CAPPLEMAN CAMMISH,/JOSEPH EDWARD COLLEY,/EDWIN CHAPMAN JENKINSON,/GEORGE JENKINSON,/1939/TOM ROBERT SCOTTER/1940/WILLIAM COLLING/1948/RICHARD FERGUSON CAMMISH/THY WAY IS IN THE SEA & THY PATH IN THE GREAT WATERS'


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