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Conflict Commemorated:WW1 and WW2

Address:Inside St. Michael and All Angels Church


Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Materials Used:Marble

Description:a memorial tablet on the west side of the south door of the Parish Church of Edenham in memory of the parishioners who lost their lives in the Great War. The memorial tablet is to be of white and green marble and is to about seven feet by about three feet six inches to four feet

Inscription:L.T. Comm/ The Hon. Peter H. D. Willoughby/ H.M.S. Monmouth/ Sergt/ Charles Herbert Cooper/ 10th Lincs/ Corp/ William Tyler/ Royal Sussex/ Pte/ Robert Henry Armstrong/ 8th Lincs/ Tpr/ Frank Green/ Lincs Yeomanry/ Pte/ Arthur Holland/ 1st Lincs/ Pte/ Lawrence Joyce/ 10th Lincs/ Thomas Walter Lynn/ South Staffs/ Pte/ William Stanley Lynn/ 8th Lincs/ Pte/ Frederick Thomas Smith/ 8th Lincs/ Tpr/ Arthur Smith/ Lincs Yeomanry/ Pte/ John Thomas Taylor/ 8th Lincs/ Pte/ Charles Walpole/ 10th Lincs/ In the war of 1939-1945/ Walter Douglas Cooper/

Transcription:To the men of Edenham Parish who laid down their lives for their King and Country in the war of 1914 - 1918 (here follows thirteen names with regiments) Most of them lie buried in France but their memory is enshrined in the hearts of their people who by this monument record their admiration, affection and regard for God and Right

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 20556

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Michael Peck and Charles J. Anderson

Sources Used:Faculty Book 14, page 66 (Lincolnshire Archives)

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