Lincoln - Charles Henry Hilditch

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Reference WMO269538

Address:

Canwick Road Old Cemetery

Canwick Road / Washingborough Road

Lincoln

LN4 1EF

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: Addition to grandparents grave marker
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Front Face: IN LOVING MEMORY OF / ELIZA / THE BELOVED WIFE OF / THOMAS HILDITCH / /WHO FELL ASLEEP IN CHRIST DEC 16TH 1897 / AGED 70 YEARS / UNTIL THE DAY BREAK AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY / ALSO OF THE ABOVE THOMAS HILDITCH / WHO FELL ASLEEP IN CHRIST JUNE 15TH 1915 / AGED 84 YEARS.. R.I.P Right Face: IN LOVING MEMORY OF / THEIR GRANDSON / LIEUT. CHARLES HENRY HILDITCH / KILLED IN ACTION IN FRANCE OCT 23RD 1918 / AGED 19 YEARS / PEACE PERFECT PEACE Left Face IN LOVING MEMORY OF / THEIR DAUGHTER / MARY MALTBY HILDITCH / DIED FEB 20TH 1898 / AGED 40 YEARS. Open Book (Right page missing) IN LOVING / MEMORY OF / JOHN THOMAS / HILDITCH / PRIEST / WHO PASSED / TO HIS REST / SEPT 5TH 2947 AGED 87 YEARS [ ALSO / HIS SISTER / ELIZABETH WADE/ WHO PASSED / TO HER REST / SEPT 18TH 1966 AGED 93 YEARS / ] missing

HILDITCH Charles Henry, Second Lieutenant. 27th Bde. Royal Field Artillery

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