On original site
Inside a building - public/private
- First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial:
Provide and place a memorial tablet between two of the widows in the north wall of the nave of the Parish Church of Belleau with Aby in memory of the parishioners who lost their lives in the Great War. That the said memorial tablet is to be of white marble and about three feet by about two feet six inches
Faculty Book 14, page 80 (Lincolnshire Archives)
Location is Northern wall, toward western end of Nave.
Dimensions are 0.92m wide at the shelf, 0.76 m high.
Survey by Michael Peck 2nd August 2008
The marble memorial tablet supplied by Mawer Bros of Louth at a cost of approx £80 was unveiled on Sunday 23rd January 1921 by Mr. H.P. Addey of Swaby.
Lincolnshire Chronicle 25th December 1920 and 29th January 1921
An identical tablet was also erected in the Wesleyan chapel at Aby, and unveiled on Tuesday 25th January, 1921 by Major Ingoldby of Louth
L&NLA 29th January, 1921. (Aby and Belleau]
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