Raithby cum Maltby

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Reference WMO/264004


St Peter's

Raithby Louth

LN11 9RR


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
  • Stone Slate
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Brass tablet mounted on a black slate backing plate 91 x 50cm erected on the north wall of the nave. Lettering on tablet is a mixture of Capitals, italics and coloured black, ornamental boarder in black with crosses in each corner
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In Memory of Their dearly loved eldest son and the Other brave men of the Parish and Langham Who fell in action during the Great War. This tablet is erected by C and L Parr. (names) “Dulce et decorium est pro patria mori”

Fred Dixon. joined 5th Bn. of the Lincs. Regt. July 1915 Fell in action near Souchez in France, March 11th 1916, Aged 17 years. William Henry Pratt. joined the Navy April 1906. Lost with.M.S. Queen Mary in the Battle of Jutland, May31dt 1916. Aged 27 years. Christopher George Parr. joined the 10th Bn. of the Lincs. Regt.Aug. 1914 Fell in action near La Boiselle, France on July 1st 1916, aged 18 years. Alfred Skipworth. joined the 8th Bn. of the E. Lancs. Regt. Oct. 1914. Fell in action in France. Nov. 16th 1916. Aged 25 years. John Pinion. joined the 2nd. Bn. of the Hants. Regt.. May 1916 Fell in action in France Nov. 25th 1916. Aged 25 years. George William Paul. joined the 2nd Bn. Lancs.Fus. May 1915. Fell in action in France. Juky 11th 1917. aged 25 years.

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