Lincoln-City School


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Reference WMO265080

Address:

Lincoln College

Monks Road

Lincoln

LN2 5HQ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Bronze
  • Timber Oak
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Erected in the middle bay of the south wall of the gymnasium, which also serves the purpose of the School Hall – The memorial composed of four bronze panels, containing the names of the 70 boys who fell, together with the inscription, in bronze letters, The framework is in oak, and flanking it are two pilasters, with symbolical emblems – the Sword, which is raised, and wreathed in laurel and surmounted by the dove of peace. The upper part of the frame is circular in shape, and the lunette formed by the circular shape and the framing for the panels is filled with deeply cut carving. Representing palms and laurels – the emblems of victory. In the centre is the City Arms, which are enclosed in a wreath. Designed by Mr Austin Garland (Head Art Master). Cost of memorial about £110. The bronze castings made by Mr. H. Ward of the Vulcan Foundry, Lincoln. Unveiled by Col. J.S. Ruston. Dedicated by the Bishop of Lincoln, Dr. W.S. Swayne, October 1923
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“In grateful memory (names) of the boys of this school who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918”.

William Edgar Applewhite; William Walton Ashley; Walter Barr; Raymond Bird; Francis G. Beckett; Arthur Brown; Richard Appleton Burchnall; Frank H. Burgess, D.C.M.; Charles Ashley Calthrop; Frank Charles; Arthur Church; Harry Clark; Fred F. Coatsworth; Thomas Hector Cooling; Aubrey Cecil James Coombes; Frank Crowder; Henry Stanley Howard Dawber; Joseph Elvin; Geoffrey Howard Finnegan; Edward Cecil George; Thos. Glew; Percy William Grantham; Frank Sowden Gray; Walter Gylee; Roland Walter Harris; Walter Harrison ; William Joseph Harrison; Robert Hatton; Charles Herbison; Leslie James Herbison; Frank Dean Hewitt; Albert Wilmot Hobson; Thomas Judson; William S. Hutchinson, M.C.; Thos. L. Kelway; Leonard Jas. Keyworth, V.C.; John George Leckenby; Walter Sydney Lyon; Basil Makins; Alfred P. Maltby; Archibald McLean; Maurice Mills; William Lawson Musgrave; John William Naylor; Harold Ernest Newbold; Herbert James Orange; William Henry Owston; George Salisbury Pardoe; Stanley Fenton Parkinson; Sydney Walter Peel, M.C.; John Rankin; Leonard E. Reade; Cyril Conyers Robinson; Cecil Edgar Rudd; Fred S.N. Scatcliffe; Eric Scott; Alfred Shaw; Frederick Walter Slater; William Edwd. Smith; Percy Swallow; Arthur Temple; Reginald Thompson; Claude Herbert Toplis; James Arthur Turner; Richard Waller; Albert F. Willis; Oscar Willis; Harold Edge Woodhead; Alfred Wooton; Leslie Wray.

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