Private James Badley
- Metal Brass
- Timber Mahogany
- First World War (1914-1918)
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF PRIVATE JAMES BADLEY. 3RD LINCOLN BATTALION DIED AT WEYMOUTH MILITARY HOSPITAL JULY 4TH, 1917 AGED 22 YEARS HE SHALL GIVE HIS ANGELS CHARGE OVER THEE THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY HIS FATHER AND MOTHER James Paul Badley and Emily Blount Badley of Mablethorpe to provide and place a memorial tablet on the north wall of the Parish Church of Mablethorpe St. Mary near the pulpit. The said memorial tablet is to be of brass about twelve inches by about twenty four inches and is to bear the following inscription namely: “To the Glory of God and in ever loving memory of Private James Badley, 3^rd Lincoln Battalion, Died at Weymouth Military Hospital July 4 1917. aged 22 years” “This tablet is erected by his Father and Mother” Faculty Book 13, page 298, dated 30-7-1919
PRIVATE JAMES BADLEY.