Fosdyke Parishioners - WW1

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Reference WMO/267263


All Saints Fosdyke

24 Old Main Rd

Fosdyke Boston

PE20 2BU


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Chalk Landscape Feature
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Wall mounted vertical rectangular roll consisting of thick dark wooden frame and glazing over single sheet of white paper. Paper is in form of pre-printed sheet, which has a wide border containing dedication at top and oak leaf and various shield devices decoration to sides and bottom. Centre field contains hand written list of names in black lettering and each name is under an arm of service in red lettering Casualties are noted as such at side of each relevant name but some names appear to have been initially noted as casualty and the denotation subsequently erased. 870mm x 670mm x 20mm, erected on the north wall of the north aisle.
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ROYAL NAVY William Staines William Ludby William Airey KILLED Charles Lineham Joseph Burwell William Burwell Thomas Cutler ROYAL ENGINEERS P.F.Singleton R. F. ARTILLERY DIED George Lane George Greenaway Jack Greenaway Fred Greenaway William Garner COLDSTREAM GDS Percy Garner CANADIANS KILLED Sidney Johnson Harry Royce KILLED Edward Royce SUFFOLK HUSSARS Brian Singleton 18TH HUSSARS Walter Wilson 1ST LINCOLNS Walter Tooley Alfred Thompson William Tooley 2ND LINCOLNS KILLED Albert Burks 3/4 LINCOLNS William Bosnell Ernest Hogg Edward Johnson KILLED Harold Kitchen William Smith Alfred Smith Francis Cowham William Houghton Albert Nix William Wright TRENCH DIGGER John Steward SOUTH STAFFORDS George Higgins Harry Paddison Albert Graves 9TH LINCOLNS Frank Wilson John Johnson Maurice W. English Joseph Carrott Sidney Nix R. G. A. Joseph S. Burks VETERINARY CORPS James Lissett RESERVES Henry Burdall

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