Lincoln - Newland Congregational Church


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Reference WMO265036

Address:

ALIVE Church

22 Newland

Lincoln

LN1 1XD

England

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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Coade
  • Stone Granite
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Memorial tablet of granite and alabaster unveiled by Major H.E. Newsum on Sunday Evening ( 13th February 1921) The memorial tablet is the work of Messes Tuttell and Son, Lincoln Lincolnshire Chronicle 19th February 1921 Newland Congregational Church closed on the 03 August 1977, became the United Reform Church in 1975, then from the 1990's to date it has been used by the New Life Christian fellowship as a church and church hall. A member of the church informed me today [16 July 2019] that the memorial is no longer in the building (cja)
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To The Glory Of God And In Grateful Memory Of The Men Of This Church Who Laid Down Their Lives In The War 1914 – 1919 (names) "Great love hath no man, than to lay down his life for his friends" At the foot of the memorial are the letters J.H.S.

Bullivant Sergt. G. 4th Lincs Regt. Calthorp C.A. 4th Lincs Regt. Hayes H.. 4th Lincs Regt. Mills L.D. 3rd Lincs Regt. Montgomery. S.G. 6th Lincs Regt. Okey Lieut. W.E. 1st Connaught Rangers Okey Lieut. L. Machine Gun Section Palmer H.L. 4th Lincs Regt. Rainforth G.V. Artists Rifles Rankin J. Lincs Yeomanry Slater F.W. 10th Lincs Regt. Tuck S.H. Lincs Yeomanry Turner A.C. Civil Service Rifles

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