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Lt. F.M.Wayet

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St Mary-Pulpit


Type of Memorial:Panelling

Commisioned By:Vicar of Pinchbeck (father of Lt. F.M. Wayet), Miss Olive Wayet

Manufacturer:Messrs Thompson Bros. of Peterborough

Materials Used:Oak

Description:Pannelling on the pulpit, carved from solid oak. The central panel depict F.M Wayet fallen on the battlefield, with the angel of victory about to place the conquerer's laurel wreath on his head. The two other panels were carved by Belgian refugees in Splading. Attached to the panel is a brass tablet inscribed with a dedication.

Inscription:To the glory of God and in every honoured memory of Frank Mereweather Wayet, Lieut., 3rd Battalion, the Cameronians. (Scottish Rifles), and his men, who fell in action in France on September 27th, 1915, whilst gallantly leading and as gallantly followed, by his men.

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 54180

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Michael Peck

Notes:The Lincolnshire, Boston and Spalding Free Press, dated February 11th 1916. The Lincolnshire, Boston and Spalding Free Press, dated 18th February 1916.

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