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Roll of Service Little Bytham 1914-1918

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Reference Name LM1611

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St. Medard's

Parish:Little Bytham

Type of Memorial:Roll of Honour

Materials Used:A roll of honour inside a wooden glass front box

Description:Caligraphy drawn document lisiting service of men of Little Bytham and indicating those who had died on service. Red and black lettering and decorative scrolled design at each side of the document. Some of those who died are not indicated as such on this document

Inscription:Of the Paris of St. Medard, Little Bytham in the County of Lincoln. These served the Kind in the years of Our Lord. MDCCCCXIV _ MDCCCCXVIII 1st Column Thomas Henry Allen R.I.P 15th Hussars William Annis 1st Leicesters Benjamin Briggs Lincoln Division J.H.W. Bull 6th Lincolns Leonard E Bull Sherwood Foresters Gerald Wake Camm A.S.C Joseph William Caulton Royal Engineers Thomas Chambers R.I.P 5th Lincolns E Couzens 1/5th Buffs J.W.Daff Royal Engineers Frederick William Drury A.S.C. M.P. John Thomas Edinborough Royal Engineers 2nd Column George Ellington 4th Lincolns William Henry Fisher Royal Engineers John Flynn 6th Lincolns George E Foster 4th Lincolns Arthur Holmes 7th Lincolns: A.S.C. John Holmes R.I.P 4th Lincolns John Willima Holmes 3rd Lincolns Robert Howitt 1/5th Lincolns J.E.Johnson Royal Engineers F.W.Langley R.A.F. George Lound 4th Lincolns 3rd Column William Lound M.G.S Walter Lupton Military Police W.J.H.Lyon 4th Lincolns Harry Gordon Mason R.I.P 4th Lincolns Walter R. Medwell A.S.C. M.P Ishmael Owens 4th Lincolns James Andrew Pepper 13th Hussars Ernest Riddington East Yorks Edwin F.Rimmington 4th Lincolns John Sewell 7th Lincolns Arthur W.Sharpe R.G.A. Harold E.Sharpe 4th Lincolns William Shaylor R.A.M.C. 4th Column John Christopher Smith R.F.A Archibald William Towers Squires A.S.C. M.P. L.W. Staniland R.I.P. R.F.A. James Stevenson 4th Lincolns John Stevenson Royal Navy Albert Victor Sutton Royal Artillary Ernest William Sutton Royal Navy Frank Sutton 51st Queen's Regiment Norman F.T. Squires Despatch Rider R.E. William Tidsewell 7th H.L. Infantry John Windsor London Yeomanry Reserve Thomas Windsor 4th Lincolns

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Michael Peck/ J. Stennett

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