Long Bennington - Left Roll WW1

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Reference WMO264760

Address:

St.Swithun's Church

1 Church Lane

Long Bennington

Newark

NG23 5EU

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: These two rolls were found in the bell tower, somewhat the worse for wear, by Mr. R. G. Scott. Who had them restored, glazed and framed. The one on the left measures 850 x 590 x 20, and on the right 790 x 570 x 20. They are inscribed with the following names and comments handwritten in ink.
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Left Hand Roll -Column 1. Frederick George Allwood. R.E. - - - Frederick Briggs. R.F.A. - - - John Foster. Sherwood Fors. Killed in action, March 22 1918. - - - Charles Edwin Bailey. Sherwood Fors., killed in action. - - - Chris. C. Chalk. Lincs. Regt. - - - John H. Rick. Linc. Regt. - - - Arthur Kirton. Royal Garrison Art., died of wounds July 28 1916. - - - G. William Cutts. Lincs. Regt., killed Aug. 9 1915. - - - Harry Kirton. R.A.M.C. - - - Frank Chalk. R.A.M.C. - - - Alfred Sears. R.A.M.C. - - - George Hempshall. Sherwood Fors., killed in action Aug. 9 1915. - - - Harry Boyes. A.S.C. - - -Clarence Brownson. Notts & Derby. Discharged thro’ ill health Sept. 1 1916. - - -Thomas Baggaley. Sherwood Rang. - - - Tom Martin. R.A.M.C. died of wounds Oct. 29 1917. - - - W. Johnson. Canadian Vol. - - - John Johnson. R.F.A. - - - James Burrows. Leics. Regt. Died of wounds Oct. 6. 1917. Charles Cutts. Lincs. Regt. Died of wounds Nov. 1914. - - - James Ingleton. R.E. - - - George Dolby. Lincs. Yeomanry. - - - Albert Dolby. Lincs Yeomanry. - - -Ed. Ernest Dring. Lincs. Yeomanry. - - - Joseph Hubbard. Lincs. Yeomanry. - - - Montague Vale. Lincs. Yeomanry. - - - James Cope. Sherwood For., killed in action April 7. 1917. - - - Joseph Cragg, Sherwood Rangers. - - - Tom Wm. Cragg, Sherwood Rangers, died of disease, March 14 1919. - - - Herbert J. Almond. Sherwood Rangers. - - - John Harby. Lincs, Yeomanry. - - - Ernest Johnson, Royal Rifle Brigade, Discharged through ill health. - - - Harold Bailey, R.F.A. - - - Percy Rawding, Lincs Yeomanry, killed in action April 27 1918. Column 2. Albert Bailey, R.E. - - -George Stevenson, R.F.A. - - - John William Bennett, Lincs. Regt. Killed in action Dec, 2, 1917. - - - Fred. Richmond. Leics. Regt. - - - John Newstead, R.A.M.C. - - -Arthur C. Hollingsworth, R.F.A. - - - Geo. Henry Burrows, A.S.C. - - - William Crofts, A.S.C. - - - John S. Cutts, K.R.R.C. - - - William F. Bowes, Notts & Derby. - - - Walter Daft, Sherwood Fors. - - - Aubrey Spicer, R.A.M.C. - - - William Boyers, R.A.M.C. - - - Harry Burrows, R.A.M.C. - - - Thomas Harby. R.E., - - - John C. Ablewhite, R.N. - - - John Doughty, Lincs. Regt. Killed in action May 31 1917. - - - Arthur Stennett, A.S.C. - - - Arthur H. Rowland. W. Yorks. Regt. - - - William Rance, R.F.A., killed in action Dec 2 1917. - - - Albert Hubband, Lincs. Regt. - - - James Barnett, Sherwood Fors. Discharged thro’ wounds. - - - Thomas Barnett. Lincs. Regt. - - - John W. H. Norman., Lincs. Regt., died of wounds 19 June 1917. - - - William Swain, R.A.M.C. - - - John Edward Cragg, R.G.A. - - - Christopher Wadkin, R.F.A. - - - Henry Martin, Notts. And Derby. - - - George Simpson, Lincs. Regt., died of disease, March 4 1919. - - - George Martin, Canadian B,E,F, - - - John Kirton, R..E. Column 3 – Foston St. Peter James Whyley, Sherwood For., died Oct 3 1918. - - - George Whyley, Lincs. Regt., died of disease, April 12 1917. - - - Hugh Wilkinson, Suffolk Regt. - - -J. B. Filtham, 10th Hussars. - - - John Wm. Wand. R.F.A. - - - Frederick Wand, R.F.A. - - - James Thomas Gibson, Lincs. Regt., killed in action Aug. 9. 1915. - - - Walter Wilkinson, R.A.M.C. - - - Ernest Maxey, Lincs. Regt. - - - John Rodwell, Lincs. Regt., killed in action, Oct. 30 1916. - - - William Gamble, Northumberland Regt., killed in action, Mar. 31 915. - - - John Rusby, Lincs. Regt. - - - Thomas Dowman, Lincs. Regt. - - -Edward Maxby, Linc. Regt., - - - Josiah Featherby, Lincs. Regt., discharged thro’ ill health. - - - Ernest Armstrong, Lincs. Regt. - - - Herbert A. Atkinson, York & Lancs., died of wounds, July 9 1915, - - -Percy L. Sandland, Lincs. Regt., discharged thro’ ill health. - - - Herbert Lawson, Lincs. Regt., died of wounds March 25 1917. - - - Timothy Suter, Lincs. Regt. - - - John C. Walton, R.N. - - - William Walton, K.O.Y.L.I. - - - J. G. Hawley Cragg, S. Notts. Hussars. - - - Henry Shelbourne, R.F.A.. - - - George Young, Lincs. Regt. - - - Thomas North, Lincs. Regt. - - - Joseph North, Leics. Regt. - - - Norman Blyth Fisher, Red Cross. - - - Alfred Wiseman, Sherwood Fors. Died of wounds M. 1918

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