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John Sydney Paulson


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Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St Peter and Paul

Parish:Kirton in Holland

Type of Memorial:Window

Materials Used:Glass

Description:A window showing Christ holding a crown on the bank of a stream. He is joined by two angels and a man in armour. An inscription is written in black lettering at the base of the window.

Inscription:To the Glory of God and in loving/ memory of John Sydney Paulson/ B.Sc. 2nd Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers/ killed in action at Bury-le-Long/ 14th Septr 1914 this window was/ erected by his Parents A.D 1919/ Be thou faithful unto/ death and I will give thee a Crown/ of Life. Rev.2.10.

Notes:UKNIWM Ref: 62065

Sources Used:Michael Peck

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