Caistor - Harry Ainger

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Reference WMO/266150


St. Peter & Paul's Churchyard

Church Street


Market Rasen Lincolnshire



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Unadorned Latin cross on two tier stepped base, white inscribed lettering to all faces of both tiers.
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Front face: In/ Loving Memory Of/ George Ainger/ Born Aug. 5, 1880,/ Died June 25, 1884. Right face: Also Of/ Charles Ainger./ Born Dec 6, 1847./ Fell Asleep Sep 22, 1925./ Also Catherine, His Wife/ Died Feb 7, 1929. Aged 77. Rear face: Also Of/ Ethel Mary/ Ainger,/ (Interred In Goole Cemetery)/ Born Oct 25, 1882,/ Died June 23, 1884. Left face: Also Of/ Pte. Harry Ainger,/ 1st Battn London Scottish,/ Killed At Lagnicourt, October 28th 1917

Private 515749. 14th Battalion, London Regiment (London Scottish). Killed in action 27th October 1917 [as CWGC, headstone has 28th]. Son of Charles and Catherine Ainger. Born 1884 Caistor, enlisted and resident Brigg, Lincs. Commemorated Morchies Military Cemetery. B.27.

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