Herbert Stubbins

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Reference WMO262238

Address:

The Cemetery

Cemetery Road

Winterton

DN15 9UQ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Vertical rectangular stone with Gothic top and Scotia shoulders, stone narrows below shoulders and widens toward bottom. Stands on horizontal rectangular chamfered foundation. Only decorative element is half column to each side of stone, columns split vertically and are attached to stone sides. Dedication inscribed and self coloured.
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In / Loving / Memory of / GEORGE THOMAS, / THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF / FANNY STUBBINS, / WHO DIED MARCH 11TH 1908, / AGED 64 YEARS. / “HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP.” / ALSO OF / PRIVATE HERBERT STUBBINS. / (SON OF THE ABOVE) 2ND CANADIAN MOUNTED RIFLES. / DIED OF WOUNDS MAY 7TH 1917, / AGED 29 YEARS. / HIS BODY SLEEPETH AT VIMY (FRANCE) / UNTIL THE DAY DAWN / ALSO FANNY, / WIDOW OF THE ABOVE / GEORGE THOMAS STUBBINS, / BORN FEB. 8TH 1843, / DIED MARCH 21ST 1923. / UNTIL THE DAY BREAK AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY

Refers to:- Herbert Subbins. Private 127257. 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles. Born Brocklesby, Lincs 6th July 1887 and died 7th May 1917. Son of (the late) George Thomas and Fanny Stubbins of Harolds Gate, Winterton, Lincs. Buried Bois-Carre British Cemetery. III.C.16.

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