ALVINGHAM

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Reference WMO261027

Address:

St Adenwold

Alvingham, Lincolnshire

LN11 0QF

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The parish church of St. Adenwold, and that of St. Mary, sit alongside one another and are an accident of history. The church dedicated to St. Adenwold contains a Roll of Honour, for the memory of both the residents of Alvingham & North Cockerington who died in World War 1. The names on the white piece of paper are written in gold lettering in an Old English script which is in some cases difficult to interpret. The whole is surrounded within a wooden frame and is affixed to the west wall of the church close to entrance door.
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Charles Bratton 20. Notts. killed 01 12 1915 Sidney Wright 8. Lincs. killed 02 07 1916 Samuel Hand 14. Durham killed 18 09 1916 Charles Hand 5. Lincs. Robert Hand 3. Lincs. Fred Hand R. Engs. Charles Phillipson R. Engs. Thomas Bett Lincs. Yeomanry Roy Bett R.F.A. Fred Grundy R.F.A. Charles Grundy 3. Lincs. Percy Trafford 3. Lincs. Fred Trafford A.M.C. Owen Trafford R. Engs. Morris Trafford A.M.C. Charles Bowers A.M.C. John Thompson A.M.C. Neville Thompson L. Fusiliers Charles Portas 6. Lincs Sydney Johnson 6. Lincs. William Ashley 2/5 Lincs. William Blades 2/5 Lincs. George Blades Northumberland Fusiliers Thomas Shucksmith Royal Mar. Samuel Lill 13. East Yorks.

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