Boston St. Mary’s R.C. Church


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Reference WMO265767

Address:

24 Horncastle Road

Boston

PE21 9BU

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Unveiled by the Rev Prior Firth, C.R.P., of Spalding (late Army Chaplain) on Sunday 20th November 1921. The memorial takes the form of a crucifix, the figure being of white hard porcelain on a white marble cross. The cross is attached to a white marble tablet, which bears the names of the eight men of the Church who fell in action, and it is inlaid In the wall at the East end of the church near the entrance. The full inscription on the tablet is appended::- The memorial is the work of Mr. T. Kent, Spilsby Road. Extracted from the Lincolnshire Standard, Page 2, 26 November 1921,
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“1914-1918, Pray For The Souls Of The Men Of This Conger Gation Who Laid Down Their Lives In The Great War (names) Let Those Who Come After See That These Names Be Not Forgotten.”

Pte. Samuel Bell, N. Fus Sgt. Andrew Crick. 4th Lincs. R. A.G. Thomas Hall, H.M.S. Black Prince. Bdr. Charles J Hopkins, R.H.A. Cpl. Thomas O Mc Quire, E. Yk R.. Pte. W. Mc Quire, E. Surrey R. Pte. George L. Quirke, 9th Fus. R. 2nd M. William Winter, R.A.F.

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