Grimsby - Harry Atkin Neal

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Reference WMO/268351


Scartho Road Cemetery



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Grave Marker
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Headstone In / Loving Memory Of / Elizabeth / The Dearly Beloved Wife Of / John Milam / Who Departed This Life / April 7th 1912 / Aged 51 Years / Afflictions Sore, Long Time I Bore / Physicians Were In Vain / Till Christ The Chief Gave Me Relief / And Took Away My Pain / Also / John Milam / Died May 19th 1933 / Aged 79 Years / At Rest / Also Alice Maud / Daughter Of The Above / And Wife Of Charles Neal / Died Nov. 20th 1952 / Aged 73 Years Bottom Kerb Also Harry, Beloved Son Of C And A.M. Neal, Lost At Sea Sept . 26th 1941, Aged 28 Years, Open Book Left In Loving / Memory Of / Charles / John Henry / Neal / Born / 22nd Jan 1906 / Died / 7th Sep. 1970 Right Also His / Beloved Wife / Marcia / Neal / Born / 13th Oct. 1914 / Died /29th Jan 1989 / Re-United.

Harry Atkin, Second Officer. S.S. Cortes (London)

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