Honington, Lincolnshire - John William Palmer

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Reference WMO/269129

Address:

St Wilfrid's Churchyard

Main Street

Honington

NG32 2PH

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:
  • 10th Century Wars
About the memorial: Grave Marker
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF FRED THE BELOVED SON OF FRED & ANNE PALMER WHO DIED OCT 21ST 1914 IN HIS 32ND YEAR ALSO OF JOHN WILLIAM THE BELOVED SON OF FRED, AND THE LATE ANNE PALMER WHO DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION MARCH 22ND 1918 IN HIS 20TH YEAR HE HAVE DONE WHAT HE COULD

PALMER William, G/5233, Private. 13th Bn. Middlesex Regiment

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