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Postal Workers WW1 and 2

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Address:Post Office, St Peters Hill

Parish:Grantham

Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Manufacturer:Messrs Streather & Winn

Description:Sicilian marble tablet with curved pediment at the top and brackets beneath. The World War One tablet is inscribed with incised gilt lettering The "World War Two tablet has incised black lettering. Reliefs are situated in pediment at the top of the laurel wreath, ribbon and leaves. There are stylised roses along the top border of the WW1 tablet with garlands in relief along the side borders.

Inscription:PRO DEO , PRO REGE , PRO PATRIA THE STAFF OF THE GRANTHAM DISTRICT POST OFFICE, PLACE THIS TABLET AS A TOKEN OF REGARD FOR THEIR COLLEAGUES WHO GAVE ALL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918 BALLINGER. A. H. R. E. SIGNALS BATTERSBY. G M. G. C. DOUGLAS. W. A. R. E. SIGNALS FOWLER. J. W. LINCOLNS HARRISON. F. P. O. RIFLES KEMP. C. F. R. A. M. C. MATTHEWS. F. P. O. RIFLES NIXON. W. J. LINCOLNS REYNOLDS. J. LINCOLNS TOW. I. P. O. RIFLES NONE DOUBTING THE CAUSE, NONE WAVERING. ALSO IN WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945. C. A. NAYLOR H. GD. W. E. PEET. R. A. F. B. C. ROBINSON. R. A. F. E. J. STUNLEY. R. A. F.

Notes:Unveiled and Dedicated 3rd July 1921. Dedicated by the Bishop of Grantham. WMA20564

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