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INGHAM WAR MEMORIAL

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Compiled & Copyright © Keith Wagstaff 2006

The memorial is a stone pillar, tapering column with a cross and is situated in All Saints Churchyard in the centre of the village.

Photographs Copyright © Colin Briggs 2006

ERECTED BY THE PARISHIONERS OF INGHAM IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY

1914-1918

BIRD

Raymond [Arthur]

Rifleman 554343 London Regiment (Queens Westminster Rifles) Enlisted January 1917 Son of Job and Millicent Louisa Bird of Ingham Killed in action 24th August 1918 aged 20 Buried Daours Communal Cemetery Somme France Grave Ref. 111.F.2

BRISTOW

Harry

Private 164043, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Inafntry. Enlisted prior to 1914. Eldest Son of Mr and Mrs John Bristow of INGHAM Lincs. Died 21st December 1921 aged 31. Buried in Ingham Churchyard.

BURKITT

Frederick [Schofield]

Private 50630 Sherwood Forresters (Notts. And Derby Regiment) 2nd/6th Battalion Stepson of Edward Burkitt of Newport. Native of Ingham Killed in action 26th September 1917 aged 23 Buried New Irish Farm Cemetery Ieper. West-Vlaandren, Belguim

EAST

Alfred

Private 2058 6th Btn. Lincolnshire Regiment Enlisted June 1916 Lincoln Husband of Alice May East, of Lincoln Rd. Branston, Lincoln. Killed in action 22nd August 1918 aged 30 Buried Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, Belguim. Grave Ref.Panel 35 to 37 and 162 to 162A

GOY

William

Private 25976 Grenadiar Guards Enlisted 1915 Son of Mr J Goy resident of Ingham. Died from his wounds and consumption December 13th 1919 aged 34. Buried in Ingham Churchyard.

LANCASTER

Charles T

Private 40911 Lincolnshire Regiment Enlisted Lincoln Son of Charles T and Lucy J Lancaster of Middle Manton Kirton Lindsey Killed in action 29th April 1917 Aged 20 Buried Aubigney Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France. Grave ref.

LITTLEOVER

George

Private 13462 7th Btn. Lincolnshire Regiment. Enlisted Lincoln. Son of Mr Joseph Littleover of Ingham. Killed in action 12th October 1917 aged 31. Buried Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, Belguim. Grave Ref. Panel 35 to 37 and 162 to 162

MURR

Edward

Private 1775 1st Lincolnshire Yeomanry. Enlisted Lincoln before 1903 Stepson of Mr Aaron Clarke of Ingham Died July 30th 1919 aged 28. From his wounds and tubercolosis at Belton Park Military Hospital Buried Ingham Churchyard next to his brother George Murr.

MURR

George

Gunner 68037 3rd Btn. Royal Garrison Artillery Enlisted 1915 Stepson of Mr Aaron Clarke of Ingham Died 5th May 1919 aged 26 from his wounds at Harton War Memorial Hospital Bradford. Buried Ingham Churchyard next to his brother Edward Murr

MUSGRAVE

William [Lawson]

Corporal 70103 Canadian Infantry (Alberta Regiment) 31st Btn. Son of Ellen Musgrave, 3847 15th Avenue West, Vancouver, British Columbia, and the late William Musgrave native of Lincoln. Killed in action 9th July 1917 Buried Fosse No 10 Communal Cemetery Extension Sainsen-Gohell, Pas de Calais, France Grave Ref. 11. B. 1.

SIMCOATES

Joseph

Private 201166 1st/5th Btn. Lincolnshire Regiment Enlisted April 1915 Son of Mr and Mrs Simcoates of Ingham. Died 24th October 1918 aged 22 Buried Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Grave Ref. No. LXV1.K.2

SPURR

Ernest

Private 48613 20th Btn. Sherwood Forresters Enlisted May 1916 Son of Mr and Mrs Spurr of Ingham Lincoln Died from his wounds 1st July 1916 aged 20. Buried Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenier Cemetery Pas de Calais, France. Grave Ref. Plot 11. Row C Grave 21

STORR

William

Private 12826 Lincolnshire Regiment Who died aged 37, 4th October 1924 In Bracebridge Hospital Lincoln Son of William and Sarah Storr of Ingham. Buried in Ingham Churchyard.

STOWE

[George] William

Private 27544 West Yorkshire Regiment ( Prince of Wales Own) 1st Garrison Btn. Son of William and Elizabeth Stowe of Ingham Killed in action 26th December 1918 aged 30. Buried Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta.

1939-1945

CROSBY

George

Pilot Officer 40679 38 Squadron Royal Air Force Enlisted April 1938 Son of George William and Mary E Crosby of Ingham Killed in action 14th April 1940. Aged 20 Remembered also on Runnymede Memorial Surrey Buried Ingham Churchyard

Last updated 4 September, 2007

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