Grantham - 11th Northern Division

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Reference WMO262716

Address:

St Wulfram's Church

Church Street

Grantham

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Bronze
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The photograph is impossible to read apart from the top two lines but they appear in the IWM Register entry for this memorial so it can be safely identified. There are no individual names. The memorial is on the north wall. To provide and place on the north wall of the Nave of the Parish Church of Grantham a bronze tablet in memory of the officers and men of the Eleventh (Northern) Division who lost their live in the Great War. That the said tablet is to be about three feet two inches by about two feet two inches in size, with an inscription thereon, commencing “Remember in the Lord those of the 11th Northern Division who died gloriously” et cetra. Approved at a meeting of the P.C.C. 10th September 1954. Faculty Book 17, page 235, dated 11-12-1934. A bronze tablet to the memory of men in the 11th Northern Division who died in the war is to be unveiled in Grantham Parish Church, it is announced. The tablet is fixed to the north wall close to the town’s memorial and details each of the regiments and other units comprising the division. Lincolnshire Echo. Tuesday 15th February 2005. – From 70 Years ago today A bronze tablet is unveiled in Grantham Parish Church as a memorial to the officers and men of the 11th (Northern) Division in the Great War Lincolnshire Echo. Tuesday 22nd February 2005. – From 70 Years ago today
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REMEMBER IN THE LORD THOSE OF THE 11TH (NORTHERN) DIVISION WHO DIED GLORIOUSLY IN THE GREAT WAR 11TH DIVISION HEADQUARTERS 32ND INFANTRY BRIGADE HEADQUARTERS. B SQUADRON HERTFORDSHIRE YEOMANRY 9TH BATTN WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT 11TH CYCLIST COMPANY 2ND AND 6TH BATTN YORKSHIRE REGIMENT 58TH, 59TH, 60TH, 61ST AND 133RD BRIGADES R.F.A. 8TH BATTN DUKE OF WELLINGTONS REGIMENT 11TH (HULL) HEAVY BATTERY R.G.A. 6TH BATTN YORK AND LANCASTER REGIMENT V11, X11, Y11 AND Z11 TRENCH MORTAR BATTERIES 32ND LIGHT TRENCH MORTAR BATTERY 11TH DIVISIONAL AMMUNITION COLUMN 7TH, 68TH, 86TH FIELD COMPANIES R.E. 33RD INFANTRY BRIGADE HEADQUARTERS 134TH FORTRESS COMPANY R.E. 6TH BATTN LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT 11TH DIVISIONAL SIGNAL COMPANY 6TH BATTN BORDER REGIMENT 6TH BATTN EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT (PIONEERS) 7TH BATTN SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT 11TH BATTN MACHINE GUN CORPS 9TH BATTN SHERWOOD FORESTERS 32ND, 33RD, 34TH AND 250TH COMPANIES 33RD LIGHT MORTAR BATTERY ARMY CHAPLAINS DEPARTMENT. 11TH DIVISIONAL TRAIN - 112TH,113TH,114TH,115TH, 479TH, 480TH, 481ST AND 482ND COMPANIES A.S.C.. 34TH INFANTRY BRIGADE HEADQUARTERS. 33RD, 34TH, 35TH FIELD AMBULANCES R.A.M.C. 8TH BATTN NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS 11TH DIVISIONAL AMBULANCE WORKSHOP 9TH BATTN LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS 22ND SANITARY SECTION R.A.M.C. 5TH BATTN DORSETSHIRE REGIMENT ARMY ORDNANCE CORPS 11TH BATTN MANCHESTER REGIMENT 11TH AND 22ND MOBILE VETERINARY SECTIONS A.V.C. 34TH LIGHT TRENCH MORTAR BATTERY NUMBER 213 DIVISIONAL EMPLOYMENT COMPANY. THE DIVISION WAS RAISED AT GRANTHAM 1914

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