Lincoln - Men of St. Martins

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St Faith & St Martins

6 Charles St




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Roadside
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: On Sunday afternoon [24th April 1921] the war memorial tablet was unveiled by Colonel Gordon D.S.O. and dedicated by the Bishop of Lincoln. The memorial on the north wall of the nave near the pulpit, consists of a tablet (mounted on alabaster, half of which has been supplied by Mr A.J. Tuttell, Lincoln) in bronze 4' 6" in height and 2' 6" in width, with a 2" border all round, of oak leaves and acorns, surmounted by a small cornice, and having a suitable moulding at the bottom. On the tablet itself is the following – all in raised letters. The memorial is a very handsome piece of work, and has been executed by Messes Tonks Ltd, Birmingham.
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"1914 – 1918 To the glory of God and in grateful memory of the men from this parish who laid down their lives in the Great War" (here follows the names in two columns of sixty seven men in alphabetical order with their respective ranks and regiments) "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends"

Pte. G. Allen, 1-4th Lincolns; Pte A. Benton, 2-4th Lincolns; C.S.M. A. Brewitt, 6th Lincolns; 1 C.S. F. Britton, R.N. H.M.S. Aurora; Pte. B. Bogg, 2nd Lincolns; Pte. F. Brown, R.F.A.; Pte. P. Burley, 2nd Sherwood Foresters; Pte. C.B. Burley, 2nd Lincs Regt; Pte. H.S. Clawson, Leicester Regt; Corpl. J.W. Cook, R.F.C.; Pte. Coppock, 1-4th Lincolns; Pte. J.W. Cunnington, 1st Lincs; Gnr K. Curtin, R.G.A.; Pte. S.M. Dauber, Royal Fus.; Pte. G. Dawson, 2nd Lincolns; Pte. W. Drake, 2nd R. War. Regt.; Corpl. A.W. Dorey, 2nd R. War. Regt.; Pte. A.E. Ellis,2nd Lincolns; Pte. C.W. Garner, M.G.C.; Pte. H. Graves, Gren. Guards; Pte. I. Green, 4th Lincolns; Pte. J.W. Greenfield, 6th Lincolns; Corpl. S. Hackney, 1st Lincolns; Bdsman. H. Hackney, 6th Bedford Regt.; Lieut. W.W. Harrison, R.F.A.; Pte. H.W. Hather, North. Fus.; Rfm. A. Hawley, London P.O. Rifles; Lt. C.G. Haywood, 7th Lincs and R.F.C.; Lance-Cpl. F.D. Hewitt, 2-4th Lincolns; Pte. H. Hodson, M't. A.S.C.; Pte. G.R. Hyde, Midd'x. Regt.; Pte. L. Inkley, Aus. Imp. Force; Pte. W.W. Jackson, K.R.Rif.C.; Capt. D.L. Jones, 6th Lincolns; Pte. A. Kelham, A.S.C.; Corpl. S.J.K. Keightley, Lincs. Yeo.; Tel P.O. H. Larkins, H.M.S. Hampshire; Pte. W.E. Leary, K.O.Y.L.I.; Pte. M. Leake, 1st Lincolns; Pte/ W.S. Lunn, 7th E. Kent. R.; Cpl. L.A.W. MacBrair, Lon. Regt.; Pte. B. Marshall, 8th Yorks. Regt.; Pte. E.W. Moore, Lond. M.G.C.; Sig. S.G. Montgomery, 6th Lincolns; Pte. E. Otterwell, 4th Lincolns; Pte. H.G. Padgham, Lincs. Yeo.; Pte. W. Panton, 1st Lincolns; Pte. T. Parkin, 6th Lincolns; Lt. W.S. Peel, 3rd Lincs and R.A.F., Pte. S.T. Powell, 2nd Worc. Regt.; Pte. J.C. Rawding, 2nd Lincolns; Pte. S. Reeson, 10th Sherwood Fors.; Pte. J.H. Rollins, Bedford Regt. Pte. C. Royle, 1-5th Lincolns; B. 1st Cl. W.H. Straw, H.M.S. Hawk; 2nd Lt. G.H Simons, 10th Lincolns; 2nd Lt. A.J. Smith, R.W. Suf. Regt.; Pte. C.F. Tingle, 10th Essex Regt.; Pte. A Townhill, M.T.A.S.C.; Pte. H.D. Turnell, 6th Lincolns; Pte. E.I. Vessey, 6th Lincolns; Pte. R.M. Waller, 1-4th Lincolns; Dvr. J.A. Wells, R.F.A.; Pte. T. Wheatley, 1-4th York & Lancs.; Sig. J.M. Williams, 1-5th Lincolns; Lce.-Corpl, H.S. Wilkinson, K.R.Rif.C.; Pte. J. Wilkinson, 1st Lincolns; 2nd –Lt. S.G. Whittaker, M.G.C.; Spr H. Wood, 8th R.E.F.C.; Pte. W. Warsop, 3-4th Lincs.

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