Lincoln - John William Naylor

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Reference WMO/265054


Eastgate Cemetery





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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Latin cross on three tier stepped base. Black lettering. Kerbstones around entire grave space, headstone tilting slightly. Heavily weathered on front face. Condition poor
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Front Face: In/ Loving Memory Of/ Elizabeth Hoodless/ Born March 2nd 1832/ Died July (…) (…)/ “Peace, Perfect Peace”/ Also Of Mary Ann/ The Beloved Daughter Of The Above/ Died Oct 31st 1933/ Aged 66 Years Right Face: Also/ J. W. Naylor/ 1-4th Lincolns/ Beloved Nephew Of/ E. Hoodless,/ Missing In France October 13th 1915,/ Aged 19 Years Left Face: Also Joseph / Beloved Husband Of Florence Hoodless Died July 14th 1919 Aged 54 Years. Rear Face: Also William, Beloved Son Of E. Hoodless Died June 15th 1928 Aged 59 Years.

Refers to: Private 2688 John William Naylor. 4th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Son of J & Eliza Naylor of 73 Leven St, Middlesbrough.

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