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Reference WMO/263621


Church Lane

Sleaford NG34 7ED

NG34 7ED


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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Chalk Landscape Feature
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Roll of Honour, unveiled by Mr. Weeber Empire Day 1921
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To the Glory of God and to the sacred and honoured memory of these who went forth from that school to the great war and made the extreme sacrifice, laying down their lives for freedom, liberty and right, might their spirit of endurance and utter self-sacrifice process these who are left to live, fight and work for truth, and right and God.

William Attiwell, Cyril Burton, Paul Bennett, William Bristowe, George Brown, Harry Burley, Clarence Cant, Leonard Castle, Fredk. Coulston, Vernon Cracknell, Stewart Dawson, William Elvin, John Grimes, Luke Holderness, Glendy Lord, Speed Lunn, Charles Lynn, James Pollard, John Rudkin, Charles Rudkin, Jack Reast, Harry Sellars, Herbert Taylor, William Wilson, Henry Wood, Cyril Wyatt, William Waddington, Fredk. Whatton and Horace Wise.

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