Crowle, Lincolnshire - Cyril Amery

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Reference WMO/266701


The Cemetery

Mill Road

Crowle, Scunthorpe


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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: Grave marker
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In Loving Memory Of Sarah The Beloved Wife Of Francis Amery Born Feb. 28th 1830, Died Jan 25th 1898 “Think What A Mother Should Be! She Was That.” Also Of The Above Named Francis Amery Born April3rd 1833, Died March 21st 1921 “He Was A Good Man And Full Of The Holy Ghost.” Also Of Their Grandson Pte. Cyril Amery (Signaller) 6th York & Lancs Regt. And Beloved Son Of Richard & Mary Amery Who Died Of Wounds Received In Action In France Oct. 16th 1918, Aged 23 Years “He Lived For God And Died For His Friends.” Also The Above Mary Amery Aged 66 Years “Saved By Grace.” And Her Husband Richard Amery Who Died May 16th 1958, Aged 89 Years At Rest

AMERY Cyril. Private. 18255. 6th Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment.

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