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SLEAFORD ST DENYS BOER WAR MEMORIAL

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Compiled and Copyright © Michael Peck 2008

Within the church of St Denys, Sleaford there is a brass plaueq mounted on a wooden backboard commemorating those who fell in the South Afrcian (Boer) War 1899-1902. There are three names listed. The memorial financed by public subscription and was unveiled and dedicated 21st December 1902. Details of the memorial and those who served appeared in the Sleaford Gazette, 9th December 1899, 19th May 1900, 27th October 1900, 3rd November 1900. 14th June 1902 and 27th December 1902, in the Stamford Mercury 4th January 1901 and the Sleaford Standard 31st August 1899.

Photographs Copyright © Michael Ball 2008

E Coy, 2nd V B, Lincolnshire Regiment.
This tablet is placed here by the inhabitants of Sleaford in memory of

BONNER

Henry

[Private in Roll of Honour Imperial Forces] Lance Corporal 6588, E Company, 2nd (Volunteer) Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died of disease at Pretoria 23rd December 1900. Buried in Pretoria Cemetery. Grave 442. See also Lincoln Cathedral Lincolnshire Regiment

COLLISHAW

George

[Lance Corporal in Roll of Honour Imperial Forces] Corporal 6581, E Company, 2nd (Volunteer) Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died of disease at Pretoria 13th October 1900. Buried in Pretoria Cemetery. Grave 199. See also Lincoln Cathedral Lincolnshire Regiment

Also
in memory of

FATHERS

Lucy

Nursing Sister, Army Nursing Service. Died of dysentery at Grey's Hospital, Pietermaritzburg 6th May 1900. Aged 28. Church of England. Buried in Ft Napier Cemetery, Pietermaritzburg.

All serving their country

Last updated 24 October, 2008

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