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Ulceby with Fordington - WW1

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:All Saints, Church Road Ulceby near Alford

Parish:Ulceby with Fordington

Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Commisioned By:The Parish

Manufacturer:Mr Baker of Halton (carved the laurel wreath)

Materials Used:Brass, Oak

Description:Brass plate (380mmx610mm) on an oak backing plate (1220mm sides, 1300mm in centre and 690mm wide). At the bottom of the oak backing plate is a carved laurel wreath.

Inscription:In Grateful Memory/ Of/ Charles W. Blades 2nd Batt. West Yorks./ Arthur Bradley 2nd Lincolns./ Joseph Bradley 2nd Lincolns./ Joseph Cordell 4th Lincolns./ William Lamming 3rd Lincolns./ Arthur Lawrence 75th Canadians./ George A. Thornley 3/5 Batt. Lancs. Fus./ Who died for their country in/ the great war 1914-1918. Greater love hath no man than this./ This tablet is erected by their fellow Parishioners

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 48822

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Michael Peck, CJ Anderson, EM Beech

Notes:Unveiled Sunday 2nd May 1920 by Lieutenant Colonel Riggall and dedicated by the Reverend W. G. Pea.

Sources Used:Unveiling reported Lincolnshire Chronicle 8th May 1920

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