Morton - Lt. C.G. Danks

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Reference WMO/264218


St Paul's Churchyard

10-16 Front Street



DN21 3AA


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Wheel cross
  • Stone Stone (any)
  • Boxer Rebellion (1900-1901)
About the memorial: Wheel cross on the left of the churchyard as you enter Two stepped octagonal base surmounted by plinth, tapered shaft and celtic cross. Inscription in relief on the front face of the plinth.
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Remember/ Cyril German Danks,/ Lieutenant 1st Battalion Manchester Regiment/ Only Son Of German Wheatcroft Danks/ Vicar Of This Parish./ Wounded At Eland's Laagte,/ 21st October 1899,/ And Died 31st May 1900,/ At Aldershot./ Aged 24./ "Grant, O Lord, That He May Be/ Numbered Amongst All Thy Holy/ Powers, And Given A Place And/ Station In Thy Kingdom"

DANKS - Lieutenant Cyril German - 1/Manchester Regt. Wounded at Elandslaagte. Died 31st May 1900 at Cambridge Hospital, Aldershot. Aged 24. Son of Rev. G.W. Danks. Born Sept. 1875. Buried at Morton, Gainsborough.

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