Broughton Lincolnshire - Bernard Hollin

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Reference WMO/266055

Address:

Broughton Old Cemetery

Church Lane

Broughton

DN20 0AD

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
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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Front In / Loving Memory / of / George Hollin / Who Died May 8th 1916 / Aged 67 Years / Also Of Sarah Ann, His Wife / Who Died April 18th 1909, / Aged 59 Years / “Thy Will Be Done.” R.H.S. In / Loving Memory Of / Bernard / The Dearly Loved Husband Of Rose / And Youngest Son Of The Late / George & Sarah Ann Hollin / Died While Prisoner Of War / In Germany June 15th 1918 / Aged 25 Years / “Sleep On My Dearest [Remainder Unreadable] / “ Sleep And Rest.” / It Was [Remainder Buried]

HOLLIN Bernard 4930, Private, Army Cyclist Corps. Son of George and Sarah Ann Hollin of Broughton, Brigg, Lincs. formerly 13393 Lincs Regiment, M.I 117. Broughton St Mary Extension. Born Broughton, Lincoln, enlisted Scunthorpe, resident Broughton. Killed in action 15th May 1918, aged 25, interred PREMONT BRITISH CEMETERY, Aisne, France. Commemorated Addition to Grave Marker [BOC] /Broughton St Mary / Broughton War Memorial / Lincoln All Saints.

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