Messingham - William Matthews Lee

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Reference WMO/264253


Holy Trinity Churchyard

Temperance Ave

Messingham Scunthorpe

DN17 3SF


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Stone Stone (any)
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Grave Marker
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Front In / Loving / Memory of / William / Matthews Lee /Leicestershire Yeomanry / Who Died In France / March 9th 1916 / Aged 26 Years Right Han Side In / Loving / Remembrance of / Fanny / Youngest Daughter of / William / and / Martha Lee / Who Fell Asleep In Jesus / June 20 1873 / Aged 10 Years / We Cannot Lord Thy / Purpose See / But All Is Right When / Done By Thee / Also Of Three Other / Children Of The Above / William And Martha Lee / Who Died In Their Infancy Rear In / Loving / Remembrance of / Elizabeth / The Beloved Daughter / of / William / and / Martha Lee / Who Fell Asleep In Jesus / October (Unreadable) / Aged 21 Years / Them Also Which Sleep / In Jesus Will God Bring / With Him. Left Hand Side In / Loving / Remembrance of / William Lee / who Entered Into Rest / July 12 1884 / Aged 66 Years / also of / Martha Lee / Wife Of The Above / Who Died July 3 1913 / Aged 66 Years / also of / Ritt?? Ann Lee / Daughter Of The Above / Who Died April 30 1922 / Aged 50 Years

LEE William Matthews, 2676, Private, 1/1st, Leicestershire Yeomanry. Son of Thomas Wakefield Lee and Edith Emily Lee, of Hollywood, Messingham, Lincs

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