The Riby People

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Reference WMO258215

Address:

St Edmind's Church,

Church Hill

Riby

DN37 8NX

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Pillar/column
Materials:
  • Stone Granite
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The memorial is in the form of a grey granite column on a two stepped sandstone base within a kerbed flower bed. It is topped by a granite urn. The column is divied into 3 panels running around the memorial which carry the inscription. It is immediately to the left of the entrance gate in the church yard off Church Hill.
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The Riby People give praise to the God of Victories and erect this monument in memory of their dear ones who gave their lives in the Great War 1914 - 1918. These Died Pte: John J. Bell, Seaforth Highlanders: Sep. 1915; Capt: Edward Buckley, York & Lancaster: Sep. 1917; Sec. Lieut: Roy Buckley, Manchesters: Jan 1917; Sergt: Alfred Cox, Lincolns: July 1916; Pte: Fred Goodland, Australians, Apl. 1917; Pte: Walter Lee, Lincolns. Sep: 1918; For Us Pte: William H. Lee, Lincolns: Apl. 1917; L. Cpl: Charles H. Pattinson, Lincolns: Sep 1915; Pte: Benjamin Smith, Lincolns: July 1916; Pte: Charles W. Webster, Duke of Wellingtons: May 191*; Gunner Fred Webster, R. G. A. Sep 1917; Pte: Fred Wilson, Lincolns, Apl. 1917;

John J. Bell; Edward Buckley; Roy Buckley; Alfred Cox; Fred Goodland; Walter Lee; William H. Lee; Charles H. Pattinson; Benjamin Smith; Charles W. Webster; Fred Webster; Fred Wilson;

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