Capt W L T Alcock


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Reference WMO258389

Address:

St Edward's Church

Church Road

Knighton

LP7 1AN

Wales

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: BRASS PLAQUE MOUNTED ON WOOD. Formerly at the Broad Street Methodist Church.

THIS TABLET WAS ERECTED BY/ THE FATHER AND MOTHER OF/ CAPTAIN W T L ALLCOCK RAF/ WHO WAS KILLED IN AN ENGAGEMENT WITH GERMAN FORCES/ WHILST LEADING HIS SQUADRON OVER OCCUPIED TERRITORY/ IN FRANCE JUNE 5TH 1917/ IN THE 20TH YEAR OF HIS AGE/ FROM BOYHOOD HE WAS A HIGHLY ESTEEMED MEMBER OF/ THIS CHURCH & CHOIR AND GAVE PROMISE OF GREAT USEFULNESS/ "WHAT I SAY UNTO YOU, WATCH" MARK 13-37/ FROM THIS TEXT/ CAPTAIN ALLCOCK PREACHED HIS SERMON. This may inscription have been wrongly copied as the RAF was not formed until 1918.

Captain William Thomas Lloyd Allcock is named on the Arras Flying Services Memorial

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