Lincoln -Fred Smith Newton Scatliffe

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Reference WMO/265001


Newport Cemetery

Newport Road




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Status: Unknown
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Flag
  • First World War (1914-1918)
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Bottom Kerb: In Loving Memory Of Elizabeth The Dearly Beloved Wife Of George Scatliffe Who Left Kerb: Died November 29th 1912 Aged 57 Years Also Of May Lillian Their Third Daughter Who Died August 20th 1905 Aged 23 Years Also Of Top Kerb: Mabel Gertrude Their Youngest Daughter Who Died Nov 13th 1906 Aged 21 Years Right Kerb: Also Fred Their Only Son Killed In Actio Sept 30th 1917 Aged 19 Years And George Scatliffe Died Jan 27th. Aged 91 Years

SCATLIFFE Fred Smith Newton. Private. 242057. Leicestershire Regiment, 5th Bn

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