Barrow upon Humber - FANTHORPE Fred Cooper

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Reference WMO261132

Address:

The Cemetery

Thornton Road

Barrow upon Humber, North Lincolnshire

DN19 7EB

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Gravespace delineated by four chamfered kerb sections with mitred post to each corner, headstone immediately forward of top kerb. Space is capped and gravel covered, disconnected round vase and vase base within space. Headstone is vertical rectangle with half round top, stone narrows immediately below top and re-widens toward base, stands on large chamfered horizontal foundation. Thin recessed semi circular panel parallels top only and contains unidentified decoration, further small unidentified decorative element below panel in black lead. Dedication in black lead lettering, some now missing.
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In Loving Memory of / MARY JANE, / THE BELOVED WIFE OF / JOHN FANTHORPE / WHO DIED MARCH 31ST 1920, / AGED 58 YEARS. / ALSO / FRED COOPER FANTHORPE / SON OF THE ABOVE / WHO DIED WHILE A PRISONER OF WAR / IN GERMANY OCTr 13TH 1918, / AGED 20 YEARS. / AT REST. / ALSO OF / FRED, DEARLY LOVED HUSBAND OF / SOPHIA ROBINSON, / WHO DIED AUG. 31ST 1942, / AGED 81 YEARS. / THY WILL BE DONE. / AND OF THE ABOVE / SOPHIA ROBINSON, / WHO DIED DEC. 13TH 1951, / AGED 88 YEARS. / RE-UNITED.

Fred Cooper Fanthorpe. Private 37087. 4th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. Died 13th October 1918 (note: SDGW has killed in action, stone has died as prisoner of war). Son of John and Mary Jane Fanthorpe of 4 Malvern Terrace, New Holland, Lincs. Born East Halton and enlisted Scunthorpe, Lincs. Buried Glageon Communal Cemetery Extension. I.B.3.

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