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Campbell, Albert

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:Cemetery

Parish:Winterton

Type of Memorial:Addition to Gravestone

Commisioned By:Campbell Family

Materials Used:Stone

Description:Vertical rectangular stone with Gothic top and rounded shoulders, stone narrows below shoulders and widens toward bottom. Stands on horizontal rectangular chamfered foundation. Vertical oval recessed panel to top shows single flower decoration, shallowly inscribed stylised twig and leaf decoration to each side of panel. Dedication in black lead lettering, some now missing.

Inscription: In / Loving Memory of / MARY ELIZABETH, / THE BELOVED WIFE OF / GEORGE CAMPBELL, / WHO DIED JAN. 4TH, 1922, / AGED 62 YEARS. / ALSO THE ABOVE NAMED / GEORGE CAMPBELL, / WHO DIED APRIL 19TH, 1924 / AGED 68 YEARS. / ALSO ALBERT, SON OF THE ABOVE / WHO DIED OF WOUNDS ON ACTIVE / SERVICE IN FRANCE SEP. 30TH, 1917, / AGED 23 YEARS. / WE SHALL MEET AGAIN / ALSO OF ERNEST / DIED NOV. 2ND 1960 / AGED 69 YEARS

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Michael Peck, CJ Anderson

Notes:Refers to:- Albert Campbell, Private 10/1375. 8th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. Died of wounds 30th September 1917, aged 23 years. Son of George and Mary Elizabeth Campbell of 4 Chapel Lane, Winterton, Lincs. Born Thealby, Lincs, enlisted Hull and resident Doncaster, YKS. Buried Mendinghem Military Cemetery. VI.F.35.

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