Cleethorpes - George Cole & Robert Dyke

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Reference WMO266326

Address:

The Cemetery

Beacon Avenue

Cleethorpes

DN35 8EQ

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:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Small kerbed bed with rope edge kerbing and black marble headstone with gilt highlighted inscribed text. The bed is filled with white marble chippings and a flower holder with inscription.
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In / Loving Memory of / A Darling Son, Brother & Nephew / JOHN DENFORD / Died 4th April 1950, aged 11 Weeks / Safe in the Arms of Jesus / Also ROBERT DYKE / Loving Husband, Dad & Grandad / Lost at Sea, 3rd April 1941 / & GEORGE COLE / A loving Dad, Son-in-Law, Brother in Law & Uncle / Died P.O.W. Japan June 1943. / & DEREK ALAN DYKE / Dear Son & Brother / 1928 – 1969 / MALVENA DYKE / Dear Mum & Nanny / 1899 – 1985 / Vase / MALVENA / DYKE / born / 25-8-1899 / died / 23-12-1985

George Cole – No entry in SDGW or AROH. Engineman. Dyke, Robert Abraham. Service Number LT/KX 111447. Died 03/04/1941. Aged 45. H.M. Drifter Bahram. Royal Naval Patrol Service. Son of Abraham and Ellen Dyke; husband of Malvena G. V. Dyke, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Commemorated at LOWESTOFT NAVAL MEMORIAL, Panel 6, Column 3.

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