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Welton Parishioners WW1

Address:St. Mary

Parish:Welton

Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Materials Used:Brass, Ebony

Description:The memorial is a plaque of brass moulded on ebony. Inscribed upon it is the Roll of Honour for those of the parish who served in WW1.

Inscription:TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN/ HONOUR OF THE MEN OF THIS PARISH/ OF WELTON ST. MARY'S, LINCOLN/ WHO JOINED THE BRITISH ARMY FOR/ THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918/ (1st column) ANDREWS WILLIAM/ BALDWIN ARTHUR E/ BALDWIN LAWRENCE (W)/ BALDWIN HEDLEY (D)/ BALDWIN JOHN W. (D)/ BELL JOHN/ BOOTH CYRIL (W)/ BOOTH IVO (P)/ BRADSHAW ROBERT (W)/ BUTLER ALFRED/ BUTLER WILLIAM/ BUTLER GEORGE/ CHEETHAM JOSEPH/ COTTINGHAM FRED/ COTTINGHAM HARRY (D)/ COULSON ARTHUR (W)/ COVELL AUBREY H./ CRESSWELL CHARLES H./ DRAKES ROBERT (W)/ DONSON THOMAS/ DRAKES MAURICE/ HODSON FRED (D)/ DRURY HAROLD/ DRURY HARRY/ EATON ALFRED/ FOWLER ARTHUR/ GOODWIN GEORGE (W)/ GOODWIN STANLEY/ GOODWIN ROBERT (D)/ GOODWIN WILLIAM (W)/ GRAVES WALTER (D)/ GRAYSON ERNEST/ HARVEY RICHARD (D)/ HATCLIFFE JESSE/ HODSON ARTHUR (D)/ DRAKES STANLEY/ (2nd column)/ HODSON JOHN W./ HOPKINSON CECIL (W)/ HOPKINSON WILLIAM (W)/ HULLETT SYDNEY (P)/ KITSON T.GORDON (W)/ KING PERCY (W)/ KING SAMUEL/ KNIGHT JESSE C. (P)/ LEECH WILLIAM/ LYON WILLIAM/ MASON ARTHUR (D)/ NAYLOR ERNEST/ PEARSON WALTER/ PERKINS JAMES (D)/ RUSSON BERTRAM/ SERGEANT ARTHUR (W)/ SERGEANT HARPHAM/ SELLERS JACK (W)/ WHITELAM REGINALD/ STAFFORD SAMUEL/ TINKER GEORGE C. (D)/ STARKIE WILLIAM/ TINKER FRED/ TOYNE CHARLES (D)/ TOYNE DAVID/ TWELL ALFRED/ TWELL CYRIL/ TWELL PERCY (D)/ VASEY FRED M.M. (W)/ TWELL WALTER/ VASEY WILLIAM (D)/ WASS ARTHUR/ WASS HERBERT/ WASS LEONARD (W)/ WATSON HARRY/ STAFFORD GEORGE (W)/ WHITTAKER DENNIS (W)/ D. Died P. Prisoner of War W. Wounded/ HONOUR TO WHOM HONOUR IS DUE./ ALFRED HUNT M.A./ VICAR of WELTON

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

Links:
Welton Memorials.pdf

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Last updated: 19 Sep 2019

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