Roughton WW1

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Reference WMO263942

Address:

St Margaret's

Roughton Woodhall Spa

Roughton Woodhall Spa

LN10 6YJ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: East Roll on the North wall of Nave 580 x 413mm and East Roll on the South wall 585 x 420mm
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1st Roll This Roll of Honour is to commemorate those who went from this Parish to fight on the Great War 1914 – 18. (names] +They died for us 2nd Roll This Roll of Honour is to commemorate those who went from this Parish to fight on the Great War 1914 – 18.

1st Roll Thomas Harrison Lincolnshire Yeomry George E Griffin. Royal Engineers Frank Harrison. Lincolnshire Yeomry Charles Baker. 4th Lincolnshire Regt. + Arthur Eyre. M.T. Army Service Corps. George Harry Burton Army Transport. Arthur Rayner. Labour Battalion. + Moses Griffin. 3rd Lincoln Battalion Phillip Muncaster 3rd Lincoln Battalion Robert W. Griffin. 3rd Lincoln Battalion George Eyre. Labour Battalion. Charles Holland. 4th Lincoln Battalion. Walter Sands. Royal Engineers. + Herbert Holland. Army Transport. F. Patchett. 2/2nd Lincs: Battery. Albert Warriner. M.T. Army Service Corps Thomas A Warrener M.T. Army Service Corps Frank Chipperfield 4th Lincoln Battalion 2nd Roll Leonard Harrison Lincolnshire Yeomy John Wray. Bedfordshire Regt. R. Bader Durham Light Infantry. Edwin Warren 2nd Staffordshire Regt. James R. Croft. N. Staffordshire Regt. Arthur Leggett 3rd Lincoln Regiment. John C, Houldershaw R. F. Artillery. Walter Howsham Army Service Corps H. F. Marshall. M. T. Army Service Corps. H. Chapman 2/5th Lincolnshire Regt. Sidney Goodyear Army Service Corps B. W. Chapman. 2/5th Lincolnshire Regt. John Nelsey. Yorks Lancaster Regt. A. C. Chapman. 3rd Staffordshire Regt. Walter Motley. Army Veterinary Corps. F. A. Hauton. 3rd Staffordshire Regt.

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