Epworth - Herbert Cook

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Reference WMO/266966


Cemetery Lodge

Burnham Road




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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: Apparent gravespace delineated by square kerbs, one now overgrown or missing, and headstone to top, space vegetation covered. Headstone is vertical rectangle with half round top dropping directly to vertical sides, stands on horizontal rectangular chamfered foundation. Triangular panel to top centre of stone holds decorative star on fluted background, pair of clasped hands below and ribbon to bottom. Inscribed self coloured dedication partially above panel
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In Loving Memory Of / William Cook, / Of Epworth / Who Died April 20th 1910, / Aged 58 Years. / His End Was Peace. / Also Of / Ann, / Wife Of The Above / Who Died May 15th 1913, / Aged 62 / Years. / “Peace, Perfect Peace.” / Also Herbert, Youngest Son, / Killed In Action In France, / March 16th 1916, / Aged 23 Years.

COOK Herbert. Private 15605. 8th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 16th March 1916. Born and enlisted Epworth, Lincs, resident Goole, Yorks. Commemorated CITE BONJEAN MILITARY CEMETERY, ARMENTIERES. IX.F.12. / Addition to Grave Marker [Epworth Cemetery] / Crowle / Crowle St. Oswald WW1 Plaque / Crowle St. Oswald WW1 Roll of Honour / Epworth C of E School, R of H. / Epworth Council School, R of H. / Epworth Garden of Remembrance / Epworth Memorial Field Plaque / Epworth St Andrew / Epworth Wesley Memorial / Lincolnshire Regiment Roll of Honour WW1

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