The simple plaque, headed 'For God, King and Empire We Fought and Died' lists the men as: Charles Cartwright, Gordon Cartwright, Walter Owen Davies, Norrice Green, George
Hall, Percy Ingham, Ralph Sunderland Moss, Marcus Wardle and Stanley Whiteley.
Wigan ran in a further seven tries in the second half, with John Bateman, Darrell Goulding, Green, George
Williams, Gelling, Dom Manfredi and Gil Dudson all getting in on the act.
They include outsourcing short-term care in people's homes; closing "two or three" of ten council day centres; cutting funding for transport to them; ending grants to charities for social care information; and a threat to three elderly care homes - Jack Ball House in Potters Green, George
Rowley House, Canley, and Aylesford residential care home, Primrose Hill Street, Hillfields.
John Green, George
Alden, and a number of others whose bequests still enrich civic and educational life in Worcester County.
Scholars as diverse as Archie Green, George
Korson, and Herbert Halpert have told similar tales and we forget in our contemporary theory laden scholarship how satisfying and illuminating a straightforward narrative of putting the pieces together can be.
AGOVERNMENT-funded scheme designed to help first-time buyers get a foot on the property ladder is proving popular at The Green, George
Wimpey's development of new homes in Consett.
Waring, who died in Sussex on Tuesday, appeared in a host of TV shows in the 70s, including The Professionals, Doctor Who, Dixon Of Dock Green, George
And Mildred and Emmerdale Farm.
Shay Given, Bobby Cowell, Frank Brennan, Jonathan Woodgate, Alan Kennedy, Jimmy Scoular, Tony Green, George
Eastham, Jim Iley, Peter Beardsley, Malcolm Macdonald playing 4-4-2 with Jackie Milburn, Alan Shearer, Bobby Simpson, Joe Harvey and Paul Gascoigne on the bench.
Born in Marston Green, George
says: 'Construction was my first choice of career.
Just as the light was turning green, George
leaned out the window, took careful aim, and threw the bat like a spear at the truckdriver's head.
The Lincoln Center cast consisted of stage and screen luminaries including Carol Burnett, Liz Callaway, Betty Comden, Barbara Cook, Adolph Green, George
Hearn, Howard McGillin, Liliane Montevecchi, Phyllis Newman, Mandy Patinkin, Lee Remick and Elaine Stritch.
THEY WORE BOTH SHIRTS THE following have played for Boro and QPR: Don Ashman, Mikkel Beck (pictured), Marcus Bent, Ken Cameron, Alan Comfort, William Davidson, Andrew Davies, George Emmerson, Bob Ferguson, Kieron Dyer, Tom Green, George
Henderson, Emmanuel Ledesma, Edward Marcroft, Don Masson, William McAllister, Ishmael Miller, Seamus O'Connell, Gary O'Neil, John O'Rourke, Fred Pentland, John Robinson, Dave Thomas, William Thompson, George Wardle, Andy Wilson, Luke Young.