Gosberton Clough - WW1 Tablet

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Reference WMO267630

Address:

St Gilbert & St Hugh's Parish Church

B1397

Gosberton Clough Spalding

PE11 4JR

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
About the memorial: That the said tablet is to be of Slate and Nailsworth stone and about two feet in height and about one foot in width. To contain the names of those who have fallen in the war and the words Faculty Book 13, page 433, dated 13-1-1920 WW1 tablet is 0.31m wide by 0.49m high at the shoulders and 0.64m high at centre.
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“Remember these who died for England in the war 1914 – 1918”

CLAUDE B. ASHTON. THOMAS B. ASHTON. HERBERT C. CUMMINS. HAROLD CULPIN GEORGE DOBNEY. WILLIAM DOBNEY HAROLD DODSON. ALFRED GREEN. ALBERT E. JARVIS ERNEST MARSHALL HORACE PHOENIX. JOHN J. PORTER. ARTHUR PRESTWOOD. FRANK ROBINSON ROBERT SANSAM. WALTER SPECK CHARLES TWELVES EZRA B. WAITE. FREDK. J. WOODTHORPE.

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