War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and Copyright © Bill Ball 2010
the church of St George & St Lawrence there is awhite marble plaque
with incised black lettering, set on a black marble surround with a
black wooden shelf below, mounted on the wall of the nave. There is
also a framed illuminated document listing those who served. Both refer
to World War 1 only.
Copyright © Bill Ball 2010
GREAT WAR 1914 – 1918
TO THE GLORY OF GOD & IN SACRED MEMORY
THOSE WHO FELL
C. COOK, J. KING, A.F. LIDGETT, G. SPINDLEY
IN HONOUR OF THESE WHO SERVED
T. BAXTER, W. KING, A. TAYLOR
J.W. CROFT, H. MIDDLETON, G.A. TAYLOR,
A. DRAKES, J.E. MIDDLETON, F.J. WINTER,
G. HALL, W. MIDDLETON, G.F. WINTER,
G.W. KELL, W. SMITH, L.M. GREEN, (NURSE)
G. KING, P. G. STEPHENSON,
further information currently available
10404, B Company, 6th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment. Died 29/8/1915,
aged 19. Son of Joseph and Hannah King, of Stungate, Springthorpe,
Gainsborough. Commemorated on Panel 44 to 46. Helles Memorial.
4832, 59th Bn Australian Infantry Force. Died 19/7/1916, aged 21.
Son of Fred and Sarah Ann Lidgett, of Springthorpe, Gainsborough,
Lincs. Memorial Reference 17. Memorial V.C. Corner Australian Cemetery
and Memorial, Fromelles.
4093, 5th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment. Died 10/8/1916, aged 27. Son
of Mr. G. Spindley, of Keadby Grange, Doncaster. Grave C. 15, Berles
Position Military Cemetery.
The framed Roll of Honour gives the names of those who served in full:
George William Kell, Frederick Joseph Winter, Joseph King, George Hall,
Arthur Drakes, Tom Baxter, George Arthur Taylor, George Spindley, Harold
Middleton, George F. Winter, William Smith, Archie Fred Lidgett, Arthur
Taylor, Charles Cook, Joseph William Croft, Wilfred Middleton, John
Edward Middleton, Percival George Stephenson, Lois Mary Green.
7 June, 2010