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Men of Market Rasen - WW1

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Conflict Commemorated:WWI

Address:St Thomas

Parish:Market Rasen

Materials Used:Marble

Description:White marble tablet with black lettering. It stands about five feet four inches by three feet. It has 72 names on it.

Inscription:C. AISTHORPE . E.H. HONEYMAN. H.R. RAWLINSON A. BANCROFT. W. IBBETSON. C. RICKELL. I. BLOW. H.C. INGILBY. J. ROGERS. C.R. BORMAN. F. KENNINGTON. H.F. RUSSELL. J. BORRILL. E. KIRBY. J.T. SANDERSON. E. BOYES. P.G. LAUGHTON . T.P. SINGLETON. G. BROWN. H. LEDGERD. C. SMITH E.W. BRUMPTON. G.R. LEDGARD. G.E.S. SMITH. W.A. CANTWELL. R.F. LOCKHART. W.V. SOWBY. J.H. CANTY. W. LOWERY. E. STAPLES. S. CASTLE. C.E. MALTBY. R. STARBUCK. J.H. CHESMAN. C. MARSH. R.W. STAVES. R.E. CLARK. G.H. MARSHALL J. TAYLOR. G.H. COOPER. T.J. MASHALL J.E. TILLETT. W. CREASEY G.F. MUNDY. B.H. TOPLISS. C. CROW. B.C. PAGE. C. TURNER. H.S. CROW. F.J. PAGE. J. WALKER. C. DRAYTON . C. PATCHETT. E. WEBB. H. ENDERBY. W.A. PICKWORTH. G. WEBB. J.J. FAULKNER. C.V. PRIEST. E. WEST. E. GOODYEAR. J.G. PIPPET. H.W. WEST. A.O. HALL. W. PROCTOR. G.A. WHELPTON. M.H. HART. R.T. RANYARD. WILSON. A. IN GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE OF THE ABOVE WHO GALLANTLY GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914 - 1919. THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE" ECCIUS XLIV 14.

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 48898

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:C.J.A.

Notes:It was unveiled on Thursday 5th August 1920

Sources Used:Faculty Book 13, page 551, dated 11-5-1920 / Page 46 of 'Let us sleep now" by Douglas G. Boyce ISBN O 952 8898 1 1

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