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St Denys - WW1 Roll of Service

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St Denys

Parish:North Killingholme

Type of Memorial:Roll of Honour

Materials Used:Paper, glass and wood.

Description:Roll of Honour, This is a framed and glazed 795 by 540mm illuminated Printed form with the names of those who served in the Great War in script, due to the action of sunlight it is virtually impossible to read, however a transcription in the Lincolnshire Archives at Lincoln gives the names as follows:

Inscription:Herbert Henry Whaston Oswald Gerald Brocklesby Arthur Morton William Main Smith William Havercroft George Edward Warnes Sam Chapman George Chapman Harry Labourne Arthur Labourne Horace Dent Thomas Carlile Herbert Henry Allen William Winn Harry Pick Edwin Dawson Alfred Robinson Harry Smaller Charles Bennett Alfred C. Clark Walter Smith Harry Smith Charles Samuel Staples John Smith Arthur Smith William Baxter William Mower George Dishman Richard Clark Fred Smith Arthur Gillott Walter Horry Charles Rose Leslie Humphrey John Victor Henry Good George Franklin Lewis William George Edward Wilson Frederick Bell Herbert Bell Frederick Morton Thomas Merryweather Henry Hanson Arthur Larder Charles Sparlin William Victor Sargent Harry Havercroft Wilfrid Allan Smith Fred Chapman Arthur Chapman George Coggan Samuel Lambourne Heafood Dent Bert Stevens Alfred George Allen Charles Henry Gorbutt Tom Pick Wilfred Horace Bucknall Fred Ranyard Percy Parrott Fred Bennett Arthur Clark Edmund Clark Fred Smith Frank Sheppard John Albert Staples Herbert Charles Smith George Smith Fred Hall Fred Good Tom Dishman Thomas Gerrard Charles Alfred Jarvis Harry Horry Alfred Horry John Slater Leonard Humphrey John Edward Beecroft George Henry Samuel James Franklin Ernest Bithop (Bishop) Alfred Simpson George Henry Milner Albert Harvey Robert Nann (Mann)

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 51756

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