Cleethorpes -Richard Ward

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Reference WMO/266520


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
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: :large kerbed bed with inscription on the kerbs
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Top In Loving Remembrance Of Richard Beloved Husband Of Harriet Ward Lost At Sea October 17th 1941, Aged 60 Years, “Until We Meet Again.” Left/Left In Loving Memory Of A Dear Husband (Tommy) Dixon. Died Nov. 6th 1955, Aged 70 Years, “Lifes Work Well Done, Then Cometh Rest,” Left/Right Treasured Memories Of A Dear & Devoted Mother Jessie Wilkinson Fell Asleep Jan. 14th 1956, Aged 93 Years. “In Heavenly Love Abiding.” Right/Left Also A Dear Wife And Mother Harriet Dixon Died Sept 24 1977, Aged 86 Years Right / Right In Loving Memory Of My Dearest And Only Daughter Doreen Jessie Ward, Passed Peacefully Away, February 29 1947 Aged 29 Years. “Safe In The Arms Of Jesus.”

Skipper. Ward, Richard. Died 17/10/1941. Aged 60. Steam Trawler Nubia (Grimsby). Fishing Fleet. Husband of Harriet Ward, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Commemorated at TOWER HILL MEMORIAL, panel 127

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