Scotton Roll of Honour The Great European War

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Reference WMO/258364

Address:

St Genewys Church

Scotton

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Paper Paper
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: One of two roll of honours inside the church. Framed and glazed Roll of Honour manuscript written, originally erected in either the Methodist or Wesleyan Chapel, removed and placed in private storage on the closure of the chapel. Estimated size 840 x 590mm Roll contains 4 extra names for WW1 and 6 for WW2 [all served], and is minus R. Fish who is shown on the St. Genewys memorial
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ABRAM BARNES (LINCOLNS) GEORGE HEWSON (DUKE OF WELL) WILFRID SNELL (LINCOLNS) WOUNDED WOUNDED STEPHEN BENNETT (A.S.C.) PERCY HEWSON (LINCOLNS) WILLIAM THORNHILL (LINCOLNS) WOUNDED WILLIAM BENNETT (LINCOLNS) JOHN HOULT (WEST RIDING) CHARLES TAYLOR (R.G.A.) PRISONER WOUNDED WILLIAM BOWNESS NORMAN HOULT (R.A.M.C.) WILLIAM WADDELOW (NAVY) THOMAS CLAYTON (NOR FUS) ROBERT HOULT (WEST RIDING) WALTER WADDELOW (LINCOLNS) WOUNDED KILLED IN ACTION PHILIP CLAYTON (SHER RANG) PERCY HOLDEN (R.SUSSEX) GEORGE WILFORD (LINCOLNS) KILLED IN ACTION WOUNDED WILLIAM CLAYTON (K.O.Y.L.I.) WALTER HUNSLEY (R.F.A.) WILLIAM COTTAM (SHER FORESTERS GEORGE CLAYTON (3RD LEICS) FRANK HUNSLEY (LEICS) FOR THOSE WHO SERVED IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR 1939-45 JOHN CLAYTON (R.F.A.) SIDNEY JENKINSON (NAVY) TORPESOED NORMAN R. MARSHALL (6TH LINCS) WILLIAM CUNDY (NORTH STAFFS) ARTHUR MARSHALL (LINCOLNS) KILLED IN ACTION 1-9-44 MARCUS ALLEN (R.A.F.) A HAVERGAL DOWNES-SHAW (R,E) WILLIAM RHODES (LINCOLNS) GASSED ERIC HOOPER (R.A.M.C.) FRED DREWERY (TANK CORPS) JOHN PAGE (LINCOLNS) PRISONER FRANK KING (E.Y.) JOHN EMINSON (K.R.R.C.) CHARLES ROSS (LINCOLNS) PRISONER WOUNDED ALFRED MABBOTT (R.C.S.) WILLIAM HEWSON (AUSTRAL) IRVINE ROSS (LINCOLNS} DISCHARGED ALBERT MABBOTT (R.E.) GEORGE RUSH (R.A.S.C.) BENJAMMIN PHILLIPSON.

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