John Walter Womersley and W E J Barrell
- Stone Stone (any)
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
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Headstone In Sweet and Lasting Memory / of John Womersley / died Feb. 23rd 1910, aged 3½ / A Loved one sleeping / In Proud and Loving Memory of / Capt. J. W. Womersley, Royal Lincs Regt. / Killed in Action Forli Italy Nov. 14th 1944 / Aged 23 Years. / And so he Passed Over and the Trumpets Sounded for Him on the Other Side / In Cherished and Loving Memory of / Lady (Annie) Womersley / Died March 12th 1952, aged 72 years. / And of The Rt., Hon., Sir Walter James / Womersley. Bart. / Died March 15th 1951, Aged 83 years. / Pearce Perfect Peace. L. H. Kerb Sacred to the Memory of Mary Ann Womersley who passed away February 6th 1919, aged 79 years / Peace Perfect Peace. R. H. Kerb. Also of William Edward James Barrell. Aged 37 years. Lost at Sea November 15th 1915 / From H. M. Minesweeper Solan. Duty Called, He Answered / and of Sarah Edith Barrell, Died Aug. 12th 1961. Aged 81 Years.
Captain. Womersley, John Walter. Service Number 162355. Died 14/11/1944. Aged 25. 6th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment. Son of the Rt. Hon. Sir Walter James Womersley, 1st Bt., P.C., and Lady Womersley, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire; husband of Betty Womersley, of Cleethorpes. Buried at MELDOLA WAR CEMETERY, grave I, C, 13. Deck Hand. Barrell, William Edward James. Service Number 2855/DA Died 15/11/1915. Aged 37. H.M.S. Pekin. Royal Naval Reserve. Son of Thomas and Mary Jane Barrell, of Shipley, Yorks; husband of Sarah Edith Barrell, of 18, Sea View St., Cleethorpes, Lincs. Commemorated at CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL