Pte. Arthur C. Summers, 1st Bn Middlesex Regt; Pte. William J. Summers, 10th Bn Worcestershire Regt; & L/Cpl. Frank G. Summers, 1/4th Bn Norfolk Regt.

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Churchyard of St. Mary

Church Lane

Watton

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Sandstone
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Within the churchyard, adjacent to the Commonwealth War Graves.Addition to the gravestone of Martin Summers; also commemorating his three sons: Arthur Charles, Middlesex Regiment, who died of wounds in France on 16 July, 1916; William John, Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France on 3 July, 1916; and Frank George, Norfolk Regiment, who died of wounds in Palestine on 16 December, 1917.
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In Loving Memory of MARTIN, THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF FRANCES E. SUMMERS, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MARCH 17TH 1913, AGED 53 YEARS. ______ AT REST. ______ ALSO THREE SONS OF THE ABOVE ARTHUR CHARLES, MIDX. REGT. DIED OF WOUNDS IN FRANCE JULY 16TH 1916. WILLIAM JOHN, WORE.REGT. KILLED IN ACTION IN FRANCE JULY 3RD 1916. FRANK GEORGE, NORFK. REGT. DIED OF WOUNDS IN PALESTINE DECBR. 16TH 1917. _______ FOR THEM THE WEARY FIGHT IS O'ER THE GLORIOUS VICTORY WON .......? TIS LEFT TO SAY ....................?

ARTHUR CHARLES (SUMMERS); WILLIAM JOHN (SUMMERS); FRANK GEORGE (SUMMERS).

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