EB Dixon and FJP Dixon

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Reference WMO264935

Address:

St Paul's Churchyard

Honister Avenue

Blackpool

FY3 9PF

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Granite
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: An addition to gravestone. A square section, red granite pillar with pedimented top.
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Front (east) side inscription: IN LOVING MEMORY OF/ JOHN PICKEN DIXON,/ OF/ THE MOUNT, GREAT MARTON/ BORN JULY 1ST 1851,/ DIED JANUARY 8TH 1920./ ALSO/ ALICE MARY DIXON/ WIFE OF THE ABOVE/ JOHN PICKEN DIXON,/ DIED DECEMBER 16TH 1938/ IN HER 87TH YEAR./ EDWARD BATES DIXON M.T.A.S.C./ YOUNGEST SON OF THE ABOVE/ AGED 24 YEARS./ KILLED IN ACTION MARCH 23RD 1918/ AT HAMILCOURT AND BURIED AT/ BLAIRVILLE FRANCE Left (north) side inscription: IN LOVING MEMORY OF/ WILLIAM BAYNES DIXON/ THIRD SON OF JOHN PICKEN DIXON,/ DIED DECEMBER 29TH 1922,/ AGED 39 YEARS/ ALSO/ FREDERICK ALFRED DIXON CMC. D.S.O./ THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF/ ETHEL HOWARD/ SECOND SON OF/ JOHN PICKEN & ALICE MARY DIXON/ DIED JAN 18TH 1925/ AGED 44 YEARS/ ALSO/ FREDERICK JOHN POWELL/ DIXON/ROYAL AIR FORCE/ KILLED IN ACTION JULY 11TH 1940/ AGED 21 YEARS./ ONLY SON OF THE ABOVE NAMED/ COLONEL F.A.DIXON. C.M.G. DSO

EDWARD BATES DIXON, FREDERICK JOHN POWELL/ DIXON

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