North and South Elkington

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Reference WMO263499

Address:

All Saints

Church Lane

South Elkington Louth

LN11 0SA

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Chapel/church
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: To provide and place at the East end of the South aisle of the Parish Church of South Elkington an altar in memory of the parishioner of North and South Elkington who lost their lives in the Great War. That the said altar is to be of carved oak and is to be in accordance with the design prepared by Mr. Bernard Smith of 5, Staple Inn, London It is also proposed to place a memorial tablet on the east wall facing west of the south aisle. That the said tablet is to be of brass and about seventeen and one half inch and about ten inches (Estimated cost £100) Faculty Book 13, page 613, dated 9th July 1920
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The memorial for the Great War consists of a memorial chapel in the southeast corner of the church with a beautiful elaborate altar depicting the body of Christ being born up by angels, flanked by St. George and St. Michael. Hanging behind it on the east wall are a framed print of the Great Sacrifice and a stylised representation of the communion service.

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