Cleethorpes - Sydney John Store

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Reference WMO/266513


The Cemetery

Beacon Road


DN36 8EQ


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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: Celtic cross with front top decorated with Celtic design. Stands on large vertical chamfered top inwardly inclined base stone and then on small chamfered top horizontal foundation stone. The whole stands on concrete slab. Self coloured inscriptions. Inscription for officer and sister on front cross and base, parents beneath on foundation. Inscription for Cpl on left base, niece on left foundation. Inscription for officer's brother on right base. Grave space enclosed by square kerbs, space capped and gravel filled
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Front Cross & Base: In/ Ever/ Loving/ Memory/ Of/ Leonard/ 2nd Lieut, 5th Lincoln Regiment/ And Youngest Son Of/ John Cash & Elizabeth Annie Store/ Born June 11th 1891./ Died Aug. 31st 1915/ Also/ Mabel Helen/ Their Only Daughter/ Born Jan 17th 1886/ Died July 5th 1916 Front Foundation: Also Elizabeth Annie Store/ Died May 24th 1929, Aged 71 Years./ Also John Cash Store/ Died March 11th 1942, Aged (.)5 Years. Right Side Base: In Ever/ Loving Memory/ Of Herbert Oldham/ Their Eldest Son/ Born August 23rd 1882/ Lost At Sea Nov 1901. Left Side Base: In Ever/ Loving Memory/ Of/ Sydney John/ Of The British East/ African Supply Corps/ Their Second Son/ Born June 14th 1884/ Died June 2nd 1918/ On Active Service/ At Port Amelia/ Portugese East Africa. Left Side Foundation: Also Marion Rose Store/ Their Niece/ Died January 26th 1966/ Aged 79 Years.

Second Lieutenant. Store, Leonard. Died 31/08/1915. 5th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment. Buried at CLEETHORPES CEMETERY Corporal. Store, S J Service Number 4142. Died 02/06/1918. East African Service Corps. Buried at PEMBA CEMETERY, D. 10.

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