Louth - King Edward VI Grammar School WW1

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Reference WMO264475

Address:

Edward St

Louth

LN11 9LL

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Timber Oak
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Memorial unveiled by Lord Southborough on Tuesday 11th October 1921. It consists of an oak wall tablet, on which are carved the School Crest at the top and the Sphinx of the Lincolnshire Regiment, names incised and gilded. Work done by Mr. J.P. White of Bedford and the cost was about £230. A scholarship was provided for children of old boys who fell in the war. Lincolnshire Chronicle 15th October 1921
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In Honoured Memory Of Old Boys Of This School Who Fell In The Great War 1914 - 1918 (names) Laborabant In Bello In Pace Reqviescvnt

Arthur Allwood Maurice Jones Francis Martin Appleton Michael Egerton Ewart Jukes Frederick William Ashton Harold Laurence William Henry Atchison Cyril Loftus Longheed Frank Ashley Barber Harry Young Maulkinson Charles Henry Bellamy Cuthbert William Nesbit Harold Webster Boulton Norman Maskell Nisbett William Garmston Chapman Julian North George Henry Clark Haydn Eric William Rayner William Sydney Clark Leslie Augustus Reed Robert Lloyd Davies Ralph Kenyon Sandwith Horace Dobson Horace Townend Saunderson Victor Montague Donaldson-Selby James Leach Schofield Sydney Clark East Henry Sharpley Alfred Drewery Ellis John Smith Charles William Ellis Leslie James Denman Standen Harry Ellis Albert Cash Store Henry Frederick Noel Falkner Charles Tatam Arthur Fife Forge Arthur Montague Taylor James Raven Garrett John Simons Thomas Christopher Chouter Gilbert Alfred Throsby James Gleadall William Hole Toder John William Goddard Charles William Waite Francis Cuthbert Horn Charles Randolph Waters Frederick Hutchinson Thomas Coldclough Watson Herbert Hutchinson James Arthur Wilson Roger Hugh Ingoldby George Alfred Young Herbert Percival Jackson Harry Curry

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