Scunthorpe - George (Jagger) Wilkinson

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Reference WMO/263735


Crosby Cemetery,

Ferry Road,



DN15 8QE


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Stone Stone (any)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Grey horizontal rectangular stone with small vertical decorative panel toward each side, panel continued slightly above top of headstone to form two small semi-circular protrusions. Each panel has flower motif inscribed. Inscribed lettering between panels was originally black, now mostly faded to self coloured. Gravestone stands on rectangular base at head of gravespace formed by square kerbstones with plain square posts at bottom corners. Gravespace capped, cap now broken. Check sided vase without container stands within space. Bottom kerbstone inscribed.
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In Loving Memory Of Wife And Mother, Eliza Ann Wilkinson, Died 4 April 1950, Age 67 Years, Also A Dear Husband And Father John Thomas Wilkinson, Died 27 Oct 1961, Aged 77, Also George Wilkinson, Son Of The Above Lost At Sea, June 1941, Age 31. Base kerbstone: Loved And Remembered ? (Always?).

Refers to: George (Jagger) Wilkinson, P/JX223883, Able Seaman, Royal Navy, H.M.S. President III (lost in ss River Lugar) . Son of John Thomas and Eliza Ann Wilkinson of 17 Auckland Road, Scunthorpe. Missing presumed killed 25th June 1941, commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire. Panel 50, Column 1.

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