Pinchbeck - Arthur David & George Doubleday.

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Reference WMO264031

Address:

St Mary Churchyard

Church St

Pinchbeck

PE11 3UA

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Limestone
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Vertical rectangular headstone with half round top dropping to straight sides. Letters IHS in recessed circular panel toward top of stone, part inscription above panel with remainder below in inscribed, self coloured, lettering.
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In Loving Memory Of / David The Beloved Husband Of Mary Doubleday, / Died Feb: 18th 1919, Aged 66 Years / Also Of James William Doubleday, / Died Sept: 22nd 1913, Aged 35 Yers. / Also Arthur David Doubleday, / Killed In Action Feb: 10th 1916, / Aged 29 Years. / Also George Doubleday, / Killed In Action July 20th 1917, / Aged 22 Years. / Also John Gilby Doubleday, / Died Oct: 29th 1898 Aged 13 / Years. / Also Nellie Doubleday, / Died April 14th 1890, Aged 11 Months. / We oved them in life they are dear to us still / In grief we must (line partially obscured) / Line obscured) / (Line obscured)

Refers to: Arthur David Doubleday. Private 14832. 7th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 10th February 1916Born 1886 Pinchbeck, enlisted Spalding and resident Pinchbeck, Lincs. Missing and commemorated Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Panel 21. And George Doubleday. Private 19240. 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 19th July 1917 (20th on stone), aged 22 years. Son’s of David and Mary Ann Doubleday (nee Burbidge) of Surfleet Road, Pinchbeck, Lincs. Born Pinchbeck, Lincs, enlisted Romsey, CAM and resident Pinchbeck, Lincs. Buried Essex Farm Cemetery. II.T.1.

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