West Barkwith - Edward Allan Smeathman Hatton


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Reference WMO262357

Address:

Former All Saints

Lincoln Road

West Barkwith

West Barkwith

England

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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Alabaster
  • Stone Marble
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Proposed by our petitioner Charles Osbourne Smeathman Hatton to provide and place two memorial tablets on the south wall of the parish church of West Barkwith in memory of two brothers of our said petitioner. That the said memorial tablets be of white Marble mounted on alabaster, the size of each tablet being about three feet by about one foot nine inches with the following inscription respectively namely: The All Saints church was demolished in 1983, and it assumed the tablets were destroyed at the same time. C.J.A.
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"In loving memory of Edward Allan Smeathman Hatton, Captain, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Fourth son of Rev. J. Leigh S. Hatton B.A., sometime Rector of this parish. Born 29 October 1883. Killed in action in Gallipoli 30th April 1915"

Edward Allen [CWGC] Smeathman Hatton was serving in the Chatham Battalion, Royal Navy Division at the time of his death, the son of the late Rev. J.L.S. Hatton and of Mrs E.M.N. Hatton, of West Barkwith, Lincs; husband of Lady O.L. Raeburn (formerly Hatton) of "Overdale", St. John's, Woking. Surrey, interred in Beach Cemetery, Anzac, Turkey.

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