Grimoldby - Clarence Earl

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Reference WMO/268073


St Edith's Churchyard

34 Tinkle St

Grimoldby Louth

LN11 8SW


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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: Triangular topped stone with slight upward protrusion each end. Sides slightly indented before widening toward bottom. Stands on chamfered base stone. Large crossed rifles within laurel wreath motif at top centre, incised inscription
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In Loving Memory Of/ Clarence,/ The Beloved Only Son Of/ H.& N. Earl,/ & Grandson Of/ H.& E. Vamplew,/ Died In His Countrys Cause/ At Doullens, France/ March 5th 1919,/ Aged 24 Years./ Until The Day Break

Refers to: Pte TR/10/65942 105th Training Reserve Bn, transferred to (362970) 283rd Area Employment Coy, Labour Corps. CWGC has this man buried Doullens, France but appears no one else commemorated on stone. Parents reside Suffolk, G/son of H & E Vamplew of Grimoldby, Lincs

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