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Fred Hill Baker and William Baker

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:All Saints Churchyard, Branston

Parish:Branston

Locality:Bracebridge

Type of Memorial:Grave marker

Commisioned By:Baker Family

Materials Used:Stone

Description:Gothic style headstone with ivy foliage engraving and incised lettering, grave marker for Charles Hill Baker and in rememberance of his two sons Fred Hill Baker and William Baker

Inscription:IN LOVING MEMORY OF CHARLES HILL BAKER DIED MARCH 3RD 1924 AGE 74 YEARS ALSO HIS TWO SONS PTE. FRED HILL BAKER KILLED IN FRANCE JULY 16TH 1918 AGED 28 YEARS ALSO FITTER WILLIAM BAKER DIED OF WOUNDS IN FRANCE SEPTEMBER 28TH 1918 AGED 21 YEARS They are in God's keeping. (W.B)

Memorial Condition:Fair - some lamination of the top layer of stone, but the inscription is still readable.

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Michael Peck

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Last updated: 13 Dec 2016

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