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Gainsborough Primitive Methodist Church

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:Trinity Street, Gainsborough

Parish:Gainsborough

Locality:Gainsborough

Type of Memorial:Board/ Plaque/ Tablet

Description:In order to commemorate the memory of those men, members of the Church, who died in the Great War, a brass tablet mounted on an oak frame, has been erected in the Primitive Methodist Church, Trinity Street, as a war memorial.

Inscription:TO THE GLORY OF GOD and in honoured memory of these who were associated with this Church. AND WHO DIED in the GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918. W.ABBOTT. H. COOPER W.C. ALBORN G. CRANE. W. ALTOFT D.H. FOSTER H. BALL G.W. GREEN R.W. BELTON F. HINCH W. BRADLEY F. IRVING. D. BROWN. G.H.M. ROBINSON G.B. BURTON W.H. SMITHSON C.E. CALAM J.A. WESTON F. GREEN Pass not this by with sorrow But with pride And may you live as nobly As they died

Listed Memorial:Yes

Grade:Grade 2

Listed Memorial Reference Number:486041

Sources Used:Gainsborough News June 1921, Peter Bradshaw

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