Sutterton Douglas John William Moulds

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Reference WMO/263047

Address:

Cemetery

Station Road

Sutterton Boston

PE20 2JH

Northern Ireland

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Conflicts:
  • 12th Century Wars
About the memorial: Vertical rectangular stone with half round top dropping to small semi circular decorative protrusions, then narrows to straight sides before widening slightly toward base. Recessed triangular panel toward top centre shows spray of various flower types. Inscribed self coloured dedication has part above recess and remainder below.
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF / MARY JANE GRIGGS, / THE DEARLY BELOVED DAUGHTER OF / JOHN & EMMA MOULDS. / WHO DIES AUG. 6TH 1913, / AGED 33 YEARS. / “THY WILL BE DONE.” / ALSO OF JOHN WILLIAM, / THEIR BELOVED SON, / WHO DIED IN FRANCE, / WHILE SERVING HIS KING AND COUNTRY / ON MARCH 10TH 1916, / AGED 25 YEARS. (Poem follows partially obscured by vegetation but previously recorded as) NO MOTHERS' CARE DID HIM ATTEND / NOR O'ER HIM DID A FATHER BEND / NO SISTER BY TO SHED A TEAR / NO BROTHER BY HIS WORDS TO HEAR / SICK, DYING IN A FOREIGN LAND / NO FATHER BY TO TAKE HIS HAND / NO MOTHER NEAR TO CLOSE HIS EYES / FAR FROM HIS NATIVE LAND HE LIES

John William Moulds. Lance Corporal P/2317. Foot Branch, Corps of Military Police. Died 10th March 1916, aged 26 years (as CWGC). Son of John and Emma Moulds of Sutterton, Lincs. Born Sutterton, enlisted and resident Grantham, Lincs. Buried Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery. II.B.38. Note: His brother Ernest Albert Moulds, Lincolnshire Regiment, Private 9223 is interred in the adjoining plot

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