St Saviours

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Reference WMO/275869


St Wulfram's Church

Church Street


NG31 6RR


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Timber Oak
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: It consists of a substantial oaken tablet, measuring 4ft. 6ins. X 3ft., the names being incised and gilded, and it is enclosed in varved oak frame. Surmounting the table is a representation of the Crucifixion, carved in low relief, and below is a shelf for flowers Originally erected on the south wall of the nave, St Saviours Church, Little Gonerby, the church closed June 1948, the memorial is at present in storage in St. Wulframs, Grantham
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“Remember in the Lord Those Who Gave Their Lives For Freedom, 1914-18"

Ernest R. Beet, William Bishop, Joseph H. Blewitt, Archibald G. Burton, Herbert Cadwallader, J. Edward Cash, Fred Chatwin, Percy W. Clark, Henry J. Dickinson, Joseph F. Doughty, James J. Freear, William C, Goodacre. Harry Goodacre, Bert Graves, Bert Handley, John Holmes, William Healey, Joseph Isaacs, Harry Jackson, Thomas Jackson, Ronald S. Jones, Walter Kirby, Charles B. Lounds, T. Henry Macdonald, Joseph Moggs, Frank Morris, Herbert A. Musson, George A. Parker, Thomas G. Parkin, Sidney Reddish, Arthur Reesby, Joseph W. Rowland, John R. Rowland, George Scoffield, Harry Walker, Bert Walton, Ernest Waudby, G. William Wilcox, Joseph G. Williamson, Ernest Willmott, Martin Woffindin, William R, Wyndham, R.I.P.

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