Broughton Lincolnshire - Joseph Staniland

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Reference WMO266051

Address:

Broughton New Cemetery

Appleby Road

Broughton

DN20 0BE

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Grave Marker
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In Loving Memory Of / A Devoted / Wife & Mother / Alice / Staniland / Died Apr. 26th 1967 / Aged 79 / And Her Dear / Husband / Joseph / Staniland / Killed In Action

George and Frances Staniland, of 7, Caskgate St., Gainsborough; husband of Alice Staniland, of 6, Britannia Cottages, Trinity St., Gainsborough. Died of wounds 19th September 1916, aged 34, commemorated THIEPVAL MEMORIAL / Addition to Grave Marker [Broughton N C] / Addition to Grave Marker [G'Bro G]./ Gainsborough WW1 Roll of Honour / Lincolnshire Regiment Roll of Honour WW1 Photo 3.11.16. Marshall’s labourer moulding shop. Fought in Dardanelles – suffered from frostbite - then transferred. Wounded in head by a German bomb. Lived only a short time after being hit. Sister - 7 Caskgate St. Lived at Britannia Cottages, 4 children. OBITS 14.9.17. Named on family grave in Gains Gen. Cem. ALSO OF PTE. J. STANILAND. BELOVED SON OF THE ABOVE, WHO DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED, IN FRANCE SEPT 17TH 1916 AGE 33? YEARS. IN THE MIDST OF LIFE WE ARE IN DEATH.

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