Grimoldby - Peter Fox

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Reference WMO/268070


St Edith's Church

34 Tinkle St

Grimoldby Louth

LN11 8SW


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: To provide and place a tablet of Hopton Wood Stone about 2’ 6” by about 1’ 6” on the north wall of the nave with the following inscription: - Approved by the Parochial Church Council at a meeting on the 8th January 1947. Seal affixed 17th March 1947. Faculty Book 20 ©John Readman September, 2005 north aisle wall, in the lady chapel is a Hopton Wood stone memorial plaque to a World War 2 pilot. The plaque measures 730mm wide and 450mm high.
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Per Ardur Ad Astra To The Memory Of Peter Fox Of This Parish Pilot Officer, 54th Fighter Squadron Raf Killed In Action At Port Darwin, Australia, 5th October 1944 Age 22 Years And The Flower Of England, Scare Bloomed Spent Itself Most Prodigally For All It Loved So Well

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