Charles Gilfrid Lewthwaite MC-Gravestone Commemoration

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Reference WMO/272011


St Anne's Church

A5093/A595 junction

Gravestone A3- between the west end of the church and the A595 road/war rmemorial

Hallthwaites, near Millom

LA18 5HP


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Stone Stone (any)
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Addition to family gravestone
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In memory of – WILLIAM LEWTHWAITE of Broadgate – deceased April 23rd 1867 – and of his wife who died – October 6th 1904 aged 79 years – also of – JOSEPH LEWTHWAITE – Vicar of Kelstan Lincolnshire – who died February 7th 1886 – aged 51 years – also of – WILLIAM LEWTHWAITE – of Broadgate, Baronet, son of the – above WILLIAM and MARY LEWTHWAITE – born October 29th 1853 – died December 13th 1927 – and of HELENA JANE his wife – who died – February 8th 1834 aged 77 years – also of – Lieutenant CHARLES GILFRID – LEWTHWAITE, R.E.A, M.C. – son of the above – killed in action near Lensk, France – July 29th 1917 aged 33 years


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