Lincoln -Leonard Richard Ironmonger

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Reference WMO264963

Address:

Newport Cemetery

Newport Road

Lincoln

LN2 1SG

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
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Gravespace delineated by headstone and three square kerb sections with checked square post to each bottom corner. Space capped and covered by grey gravel, broken square container within space. Horizontal rectangular gray headstone has peon top falling to angled sides, small triangular decorative panel to each side is recessed from main face. Single inscribed horizontal line across width of stone broken by inscribed Latin cross at top centre, black lead lettering below line.
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In Memory Of/ Margery/ The Dearly Beloved Wife Of/ Frank E Ironmonger/ Died 14th November 1947,/ Also Of/ F/Sgt. Len Ironmonger R.A.F./ Killed In Action 1st Feb. 1945 In His 21st Year./ Resting

Leonard Richard Ironmonger. Flight Sergeant (Wireless Operator/ Air Gunner) 2202044, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 101 Squadron. Killed in action 1st February 1945, aged 20 years. Son of Frank E and Margery Ironmonger of Lincoln, Lincs. Buried Durnbach War Cemetery. Coll Grave 2.C.9-12.

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