Quarrington

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Reference WMO264007

Address:

St. Botolph's Church

Town Road

Quarrington

Sleaford

NG34 8RS

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Bronze
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Canon McKenzie next dedicated the memorial, which consists of a bronze tablet, 2ft 6ins square, mounted on mahogany, and fixed to the wall on the side of the pulpit. To execute and carry out the following works: - 1] Removing the existing 1914-18 War Memorial Tablet from the East wall of the Nave and replacing the same on the said East wall in a position approximately eight to ten inches higher that it is at present. 2] Provide and place immediately below the said 1914/19 War Memorial Tablet a tablet of Brass about 32” by about 29½” in size with the following inscription thereon, namely: - Eastern wall, eastern end of Nave (WW1 above WW2). Dimensions - 1. WW2 - 0.76m wide by 0.71m high in total, metal section is 0.66m wide by 0.61m high. 2. WW1 - main section is 0.71m wide by 0.85m high, there is a 0.03m wide wood surround around 4 sides of the metal section. There is a 0.03m gap between the main section and the additional section and the additional section is 0.71m wide by 0.11m high, again there is a 0.03 m wide section of wood showing around all 4 sides of the metal centre.
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To The Glory Of God And The Honoured Memory Of The Brave Men From This Parish Who Sacrificed Their Lives In The Great War. A.D. 1914 – 1919 (names) Their Name Liveth For Evermore Remember Also These Who Gave Their Lives In The Second World War. A.D. 1939 – 1945 (names) He That Loseth His Life For My Sake Shall Find It

George William Barton Luke Holderness Maurice Bellamy Gordon Kirk Paul Bennett Gerard Kirk William Bristow Richard Lewis Harry Burley Richard Morley Frank Clare Albert Pell Ernest Edward Clark Henry Sellars Herbert Percy Cleary Philip Rodney Shannon Arthur Coy Alfred Smith Albert Ellis Thomas Steven Townsend George Ellis Herbert Edwin Dyer John William Fish Arthur Shannon Willson Jabez Sidney Evison John Robert Grimes Robert Hardy Thompson Frederick Lawrence Bettany + Leslie H Callow + Maurice Harold Chamberlain + Eric Victor Clay + Gordon David Colby + Alfred Daubney + George D. Hempstead + Frederick Rear + William Charles Gay Roper + William Henry Sellars +John F. Sharp + Eric Skelton + Arthur Edward Todd + Ralph Byron Wainer + Harry Warne +

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