Thornton Curtis - George Oliver Maw

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Reference WMO262762

Address:

St Lawrence Churchyard

Main Street

Thornton Curtis

Ulceby

DN39 6XW

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Peon topped dark marble rectangular stone, inscribed self-coloured lettering and decorative line to sides and top. On chamfered stone with rectangle of inscribed lines, parallel to all sides. All stands on dark plain rectangular stone, tipping slightly.
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IN/ MEMORY OF/ WILLIAM MAW,/ (OF WALK HOUSE)/ WHO DIED 18TH AUGUST 1885/ AGED 68 YEARS./ ALSO OF ELIZA,/ WIFE OF THE ABOVE/ WHO DIED 29TH JANUARY 1907/ AGED 88 YEARS./ ALSO THEIR GRANDSON/ GEORGE OLIVER MAW. B.A./ CAPT (T) R.A.M.C/ SON OF GEORGE & B. EVA MAW/ SHORTLANDS, KENT./ KILLED IN ACTION 10TH JULY 1916/ BURIED AT ALBERT, FRANCE

Refers to: Captain, RAMC attached 13th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Died aged 29 years, the son of George and Beatrice Eva Maw.

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