Market Rasen - Edward Goodyear & Arthur Lawrence King

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Reference WMO/264297


Old Cemetery

Legsby Road

Market Rasen



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Endowed Bed
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Kerbed double gravespace
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Kerb: In Loving Memory Of Mary The Beloved Wife Of William Goodyear Who Fell Asleep June 2nd 1906 Aged 47 Years. And Of Arthur Lawrence King Died On Active Service April 10th 1942. Also Of William Goodyear Her Beloved Husband Died March 13th 1930 Aged 70 Years. Also Of Ernest Hart Died 26 November 1958 Aged 65. Also Of Edward Their Only Son Killed In France June 19th 1918 Aged 32. Also Of Rose Hannah King Died May 25th 1967 Aged 86 Years. Also Of George Vernon King Died May 21st 1935 Aged 54. Also Of Jane Hart Died March 1st 1966 Aged 83

KING Arthur Lawrence, Able Seaman. P/JX 265742. Royal Navy H.M.S. "President III." Son of Vernon and Rose King, Husband of Peggy Primrose King GOODYEAR Edward . Private. 538. Lincolnshire Regiment, 5th Bn. Only son of William and Mary Goodyear, of Market Rasen; husband of Nellie Goodyear, of Market Rasen, Lincs.

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