Roll of Honour for World War One

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Reference WMO265843

Address:

St Peter's Church

Church Lane

Holton le Clay

Lincolnshire

Grimsby

DN36 5AL

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:
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Inside the church, there is another memorial, a roll of honour, which is a simple white card inside a walnut or dark oak-stained wooden frame. This memorial is fitted on the wall of the nave close to the organ, and measures 700mm high and 570mm in width. The Roll of Honour consists of 39 names of the men of the village both who served and died for King and Country, with those who died indicated by a cross. The names are on the left hand side, and details of regiment and service to the right. I show this in more detail in the below photographs: The printers were Richardsons Printers which was in Victoria Street, Grimsby as seen above. I am sure that if you want to gain entry to this church which is certainly worth a visit then seek out a key-holder, whose names are on a notice at the entrance to the church.
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Roll of HONOUR Parishioners of Holton-Le-Clay who answered the Country’s call in the Great World War from 1914-1918.

NAME REGIMENT SERVICE Harry BEEVERS 1. South Stafford’s 2. Royal Irish Fusiliers France and Salonica George E. BOYERS Sapper in Royal Engineers Railway Construction in Egypt William BOGG 11th Lincolns Herbert Henry BROCKLESBY Army Service Corps Mechanical Transport in France J. T. BROWN 10th Lincolns Wounded in France Charles DIXON 1. 10th Lincolns 2. 8th Lincolns 3. 7th Lincolns In France-Wounded, June 16th, 1915, and July 2nd, 1916 Wilfred DOBBS Rifleman in 9th Battalion, King's Royal Rifles In France- Prisoner of War, March 21st, 1918. Died November 10th, 1918 Stephen DOBBS 1. Kent Yeomanry 2. Remount Squadron Dardanelles and England Cecil Bernard DORMAN Sapper in Royal Engineers Railway Ordinance Department-France John P. DUNNINGTON Royal Engineers France Arthur Fyfe FORGE 2nd Lieutenant, 8th Lincolns In France-Killed in Action October 4th, 1917 George Henry HUTSON Lance-Corporal 1. 5th Lincolns 2. North Stafford’s 1. In France 2. In Ireland 3. France - Killed in Action, April 15th, 1918 Arthur HUTSON 53rd Leicester’s Charles Hubert JEFFS Lieutenant 1. 5th Border Regiment attached to 1) Royal Flying Corps 2) Royal Air Force In France- Prisoner of War 1917-1918 John Roland JEFFS Rifleman in 16th Battalion, King's Royal Rifles Belgium and France Oliver Douglas JEFFS 1. Royal Flying Corps 2. Royal Air Force Belgium and France, 1st Air Mechanic, (Wireless Section) J. Thomas KINGSTON France William MARSHALL 1. 5th Lincolns 2. Substitution Company Charles NEAL Northumberland Fusiliers France Harry PHILLIPS 1st Lincolns France-Wounded in June 16th, 1915 Fred PINDER Lance-Corporal 7th Lincolns France-Killed in Action October 12th, 1917 H. Jesse RINGROSE Gunner, Royal Field Artillery France - Wounded September 10th, 1917 Albert RINGROSE 6th South Stafford’s In Ireland and France - Wounded August 1st 1917 Cyril ROOTS 2nd Lincolns France - Killed in Action, October 13th, 1915 Arthur RUSBY Royal Field Artillery Ireland and France Walter RUSBY Royal Army Medical Corps France William RUSBY Lance-Corporal Army Service Corps Mechanical Transport in France George SAUNBY Royal Army Medical Corps Wounded in France John Lionel SAUNBY Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery William S. SHARPE Canadian Expeditionary Force France - Wounded October 27th, 1917 Arthur Thomas SMITH 2nd Royal Warwick’s France - Wounded May 13th, Died May 17th, 1917 Harry STUBBS Driver, Royal Field Artillery Ireland and France William THORNALLEY Corporal, 5th Lincolns Ireland and France Harold THORNALLEY Lance-Corporal, 5th Lincolns France - Wounded September 17th, 1915 Jack THORNALLEY Corporal, 5th Lincolns Ireland and France Reginald THORNALLEY 53rd Leicester’s Arthur WAKELIN 3rd Coldstream Guards France - Wounded October 21st, 1915 Fred WAKELIN Corporal, 5th Lincolns Ireland and France. Wounded, Prisoner of War, April 11th, 1917, Died April 13th, 1917 John WAKELIN 7th Lincolns France - Wounded October 29th, 1917

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