Great Steeping

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Reference WMO268611

Address:

All Saints Churchyard

Great Steeping Spilsby

PE23 5PU

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Calvary
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Churchyard cross 1800 x 1800 x 4200mm
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Front To The Glory Of God & In Loving & Grateful Memory Of The Men Of This Village who Laid Down Their Lives In The Great European War 1914 – 1919 They Died That We Might Live (Names) Right To The Lasting Honour (Names) Rear Of Those Who Served (Names) Left 1914 – 1919 (names)

PTE. G. BALDERSTON 4TH LINC 1918 PTE. F. CARRATT ROYAL WARKS 1917 PTE. F. JOHNSON 7TH LINCS 1918. MAJOR MADDISON. 2/5TH LINCS PTE. S. BALDERSTON. LINCOLNS PTE P. BARK. 8TH LINCOLNS PTE. E. A. BROWN. 7TH S. WALES B. SGT. F. CARRATT. M. G. C. CPL. W. CARRATT. 6TH LINCS M.M. PTE. F. GIBSON. 4TH LINCS PTE. W. HANSON. WEST YORKS SPR. E. HYDES. R.E. PTE. H. JOHNSON. NOTTS & DERBY PTE. E. S. MABLESON. 8TH YORKS PTE. H. MADDISON. 2ND SHRWO FORSTS PTE. F. R. MARRIOTT. K.O.Y.L.I. PTE. H. S. MARRIOTT. 3RD LEICESTRS PTE. C. H. CLAREY. 7TH LINCS CPL. B. SPENCE 2/4TH LINCS SGT. F. SPENCE. 1ST LINCS LINCS. M.M.-B. PTE. G. E. SPENCE. 1ST LINCS. M.M. L.CPL. J. A. SPENCE. 2ND SHRWO FORSTS PTE. F. SIMPSON. LINCS YEOMNRY SPR. A. WOULDS. R.E. L.CPL. B. H. CARRATT. 2/4TH LINCS.

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