Spalding - St Paul WW1

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Reference WMO263269

Address:

St Paul's Church

Holbeach Road

Spalding, Lincolnshire

PE11 2HY

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: To provide and place a memorial tablet on the west wall (near the entrance to the tower) of the parish church of St Paul, Spalding in memory of the parishioners who lost their lives in the Great War. That the said memorial tablet is to be of Brass mounted on Oak and be about eighteen inches by about fifteen inches. Faculty Book 14, page 280. A very large congregation attended evensong at St. Paul’s Church, Fulney, on Sunday,25th September 1921 when the unveiling and dedication of the brass tablet, erected in memory of the fallen men of the parish, took place. The Rev. R. G. Ash, conducted the service, and Lieut.-Col. Barrell, performed the unveiling.
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“To the Glory of God and in memory of those of this parish who gave their lives in the Great War 1914 – 18. (Names) “Sons of the place, let this be of us said, that you who live are worthy of your dead “These gave their lives that you who live may reap, a richer harvest err you fall asleep.”

“Ringers of St. Paul’s Church, Fulney. – Sergt. G. Brown, 1/5th Lincolns; Pte. J. King, 13th Middlesex; Sergt. W. Maddison, 1/4th Lincolns. “Men of the Parish. – S. J. Barfield, 1/4th Lincolns; W. H. Cuttoo, Gunr., R.G.A.; J. Darley, Pte., 1/4th Lincolns; W. E. Dring, Pte., 3rd North Staffs.; G. Lister, Lce.-Cpl., 2/4th Lincolns; J. Machin, Pte F Maxwell, 4th Bn. Lincolns, Pte., 1/4th Lincolns; F. Nichols, Pte., 1/4th Lincolns; J. R. Rodgers, Lce.-Cpl., 1st Lincolns, W. Scott, Pte., 1/4th Lincolns; W. Templeton, Pte., 2nd North Staffs.; F. Thompson, Pte., 1st Lincolns; E. D. Thorold, Lce.-Cpl., K.O.R.; G. Wilson, Pte., 8th Lincolns.

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