Signaller Albert Harris

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Reference WMO/295000


Shirebrook Cemetery

Common Lane


NG20 8PA


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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 Marble
Lettering: Leaded
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: An addition to a stone on a family grave comprising a white marble cross on a three-stepped base. The cross has a Christograph at the centre, the badge of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers at the top, and the intials R and F to the sides, all in relief. The steps each have shallow bevels at the top and bear the inscription on the 6 o'clock faces inlaid in upright, mainly capital block lettering. The memorial is accompanied by oblong kerbs with the makers' details inlaid at the foot. It is towards the northeast corner of the cemetery.
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6 o'clock face of statue: IN SORROW/ AND IN LOVE TO; 6 o'clock face of pedestal: THE MEMORY OF/ GEOFFREY/ JOHN HARRIS/ BORN APRIL 13TH. 1918, FELL ASLEEP JANY. 21ST. 1925,/ AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF/ ALBERT HARRIS,/ (FATHER OF THE ABOVE)/ SIGNALLER 1ST. EAST YORKS REGT./ WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION/ AT WYTSCHAETE RIDGE,/ APRIL 16TH. 1918.; 6 o'clock face of top step: God's Greatest Gifts Recalled.; 9 o'clock face of pedestal: IN/ LOVING MEMORY OF/ DORA MARY/ HARRIS,/ DIED DECEMBER 16TH. 1969/ IN HER 82ND. YEAR.; 6 o'clock face of top step: Reunited.; 3 o'clock face of pedestal: ALSO/ MARTHA CAMPBELL/ DIED APRIL 13TH. 1945,/ IN HER 90TH YEAR./ LIGHT AT EVENTIDE/. AND/ HERBERT CAMPBELL/ DIED MAY 23RD. 1897,/ IN HIS 42ND. YEAR./ INTERRED AT SCARCLIFFE.

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