Hibaldstow - Wray Wilson

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Reference WMO/269026

Address:

St Hybald's Churchyard

Church Street

Hibaldstow Brigg

DN20 9RA

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Gravespace delineated by three square kerb sections and headstone, square post to each bottom corner and space is capped and was originally covered with green gravel. Headstone is horizontal rectangle with vertical sides, ivy leaf decoration in small triangular panel to each top corner. Dedication in centre in black lead lettering, now partially missing. Heavy staining to both sides.
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY ANN WILSON DIED 3RD MAY 1898 ALSO RICHARD WILSON. DIED 6TH JAN 1934. AND THEIR SON WRAY WILSON DIED OF WOUNDS IN FRANCE 16TH AUGUST 1918. IN HEAVENLY LOVE ABIDING.

WILSON Wray. Military Medal. Private 427530. 46th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Born Hibaldstow 7th June 1887 (as Attestation, birth actually recorded 1886), emigrated April 1913, attested September 1915 and died 16th August 1918. Son of Richard and Mary Ann Wilson of Hibaldstow, Lincs. Buried St Sever Cemetery Extension. R.II.I.4.

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