Willoughton - Parish of St Andrew

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St Andrew's Church

Church Street


DN21 5SD


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Roadside
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Framed and Glazed Illuminated Roll of Honour 995 x 830mm, erected on the West Wall behind the font.
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Parish of St. Andrew 1914 Willoughton 1918 Roll of Honour

Fallen: Pte. E.T.Brocklesby 7th D.L.I. Pte. P. Fenton Lincoln Regt. Pte. A. Howden Royal Fusiliers. Pte. F. Page West Riding Regt. Gunner J. Pogson R.F.A. Pte. C.H.Slight 2nd Lincoln Regt. R.I.P SERVED Cpl. F. Akrill. R. Sussex Regt. Sapper G.W. Marshall. R.E. Pte. C. Appleton 1st Lincoln " Major R Nicholson.D.S.O.M.C.&Bar R.H.A. Pte. J.W.Brocklesby R.A.F. Lieut. C. Nicholson 2nd Life Guards. Pte. A. Barrett Labour Corps Lieut. R.A. Nicholson R.A.F. Cpl. T. Bullivant M.G.C. Pte. G.H. Pacey Lincoln Regt. Farrier A. Carratt A.S.C. Pte. C. Parker A.S.C.M.T. Pte. G. Ford 2nd Lincoln Regt. Sapper C. Patchett R.E. Dvr. C. Ford R.G.A. Pte. M. Robinson Lincoln Regt. Lieut. E.C. Hill Yorks. Hussars. Serjt. J.W. Slight -.- Pte. J. Hill York & Lancs. Dvr. W.M Slight R.G.A. Serjt. G.T. Harrison R.E. Cpl. R. Scoffin Lincoln Regt. Pte. W. Harrison Lincoln Regt. Pte. H. Skepper A.S.C. Cpl. J. Howden - . - Pte. J.W. Stanney Notts & Derby Regt. Pte. C. Howden 7th Gordon Hldrs. Pte. C.H. Thompson Lincoln Regt. L.Cpl. A. Hutchinson Lincoln Regt. Lieut. F. Weatherhogg R.N.R. Pte. F. Kirk K.O.Y.L.I. Sapper A. Wells R.E. Pte. M. Mathers A.S.C. Sapper G.B. Woodhead " Dvr. W. Mathers R.E. Cpl. A Woodhead Lincs. Ymr'y. Pte. G. Metcalf A.S.C. Air M. J.H. Wainwright R.A.F.

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