Cleethorpes - Eliza (Lyle) Jackson & William Elliott Miller

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Reference WMO266431

Address:

The Cemetery

Beacon Road

Cleethorpes

DN36 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: Double Grave space enclosed by 4 deep chamfered blue kerbs. Peon post to each corner. Square blue stone vase central within space, smaller rectangular grey stone vase within space possibly not original. Self coloured inscriptions. Space capped and gravel topped. One kerb slightly displaced
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Kerb: Elizabeth Jackson Died 23rd February 1939, Aged 89 Years. (Exact Spacing And Wording Unknown). Kerb: Thomas William Lill Broughton. Died March 11th 1935, Aged 75 Years. Kerb: In Loving Memory Of Annie Elizabeth, The Dearly Beloved Wife Of Thomas W.L. Broughton,/ Who Departed This Life September 20th 1932, Aged 73 Years. Kerb: In Loving Memory Of Eliza (Lyle) Jackson, Died Through Enemy Action June 17th 1943, Aged 67 Years./ Sgt. Pilot W.E. (Billy) Miller, R.A.F. 50 Sqdn, Missing During Operations Aug. 1st 1940, Aged 21 Years

Civilian. Jackson, Eliza. Died result of enemy action 17/06/1943. Aged 67. Civilian War Dead. of 40 Humber Street. Daughter of the late William Jackson. Injured 14 June 1943, at 40 Humber Street; died at Grimsby and District Hospital. Reporting authority GRIMSBY, COUNTY BOROUGH Sergeant. Miller, William Elliott. Service Number 742485. Killed on air operations 01/08/1940. Aged 21. 50 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of George Elliott Miller and Sarah Ellen Miller, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. Commemorated at RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Panel 17

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