Spalding -Murray Edward Gordon & Richard Mackman

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Reference WMO263385

Address:

Spalding Cemetery

96 Pinchbeck Road

Spalding

PE11 1RF

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Gravespace delineated by four chamfered kerb sections with peon post to corners. Black lead lettering on kerbs, some lichen contamination. Space capped and covered with grey gravel, check topped vase within space.
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1st kerb: LOVING MEMORY OF RICHARD MACKMAN WHO FELL ASLEEP IN PEACE 18TH JUNE 1934 AGED 80 YEARS 2nd kerb: FOR 45 YEARS VERGER OF THE PARISH CHURCH 3rd kerb: ALSO AMELIA MACKMAN HIS BELOVED WIFE DIED OCT 9TH 1940 AGED 86 YEARS RE-UNITED 4th kerb: ALSO RICHARD & GORDON WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR. DORA DIED FEB. 14TH 1936. TORONTO CANADA Gravespace delineated by four chamfered kerb sections with peon post to corners. Black lead lettering on kerbs, some lichen

Refers to:- Murray Edward Gordon Mackman. Private 681722. 15th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment). Born 26th July 1890 and died 1st September 1918. Son of Richard and Amelia Mackman (nee Rice) of Stonegate, Spalding, Lincs. Buried Dominion Cemetery. I.D.17. And: Richard Mackman. Sergeant 8956. 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died of wounds Gallipoli 16th August 1915, aged 24 years. Son of Richard and Amelia Mackman (nee Rice) of Stonegate, Spalding, Lincs. Born Spalding, enlisted Aldershot, HAM and resident Spalding, Lincs. Buried Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery. K.115.

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