Brigg - Thomas W. Scott

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Reference WMO/265960


The Cemetery

Wrawby Road


DN20 8DR


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Vertical rectangular grey stone with Gothic top and decorative Ogee shoulders, stone narrows slightly below shoulders before widening toward base. Small panel immediately below top possibly contained now unreadable inscription appearing now undecorated. Main body of stone holds inscription in black lettering. Headstone stands on horizontal rectangular base stone with chamfered top.
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IN / Loving Memory of / Corpl Thomas W Scott / (5th Lincolns) / Son Of Walter & Kate Scott / Who Was Killed In Action / Atzillebeck In Flanders / On July 13th 1915, / Aged 20 Years. / “Greater Love Hath No Man Than This / That He Lay Down His Life For His Friends.” / And Of His Sisters / Dorothy, Aged 7 Months / And Eunice, Aged 11 Months / “Whom He Dearly Loved” / Also Of / Pte Harry Scott (Tiger) / Brother Of The Above, Who Suffered 12 / Years Through The War From 1917 To 1929 / Aged 32 Years. / “Memories Beautiful”

Thomas Walter Scott. Corporal 1446. 5th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 13th July 1915, aged 20 years. Son of Walter and Kate Scott of Wrawby, Lincs. Born Kirmington, enlisted Brigg and resident Wrawby, Lincs. Buried Railway Dugouts Burial Ground. V.B.8. Commemorated Wrawby School and St. Mary Church.

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