Wainfleet All Saints - WW1 & 2

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Reference WMO262668


Church Lane

Wainfleet All Saints Skegness

PE24 4BW


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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
About the memorial: Framed and glazed roll of honour
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The Parish Of All Saints Wainfleet They died that others might live in freedom 1914 – 18 [Names] 1939 – 45 [Names] May the souls of the departed by the mercies of God, rest in peace. Amen.

Edward Baker John H Barton Charles F. Barton John C. Bateman George Bee Alec Bemrose Percy Bemrose John G. Bogg Harry Brackenbury Fred Calvert Francis Cartwright George W Chambers Edgar Clements Jonathan Coote Fred Coote Reginald Eley Ernest Fawcett David Fletcher Alexander H. Hanson Frederick W. Harness John T. Harness Arthur Holehouse William H. Johnson Arthur Johnson Edward Johnson George A. Key Charles Needham Edward Pacey George W. Pettit James W. Pettit Harold Rogerson George Stephenson Sidney Stephenson Walter R. Stevens James Sutton Herbert Sutton George Taylor Thomas B. Thompson John W. Walmsley Fred Walmsley John Waters Sidney Wilkinson Albert J. Wilkinson Harry H. Woodliffe WW2 Douglas Avison John H. Coles Joseph Kirk Kenneth B. Reeves Leonard Stockbridge Stanley Wood

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