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Remembrance and War Memorials

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Remembrance Day Lest We Forget: Jabez Fletcher and Rosetta Farrow (of the Farrows Peas family and we always keep a tin in the cupboard) were married at Whaplode, Lincolnshire in 1878. On the 1881 cens ...
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It was Barbara McLaren who first proposed the memorial and engaged Lutyens to design it. Mrs McLaren was a niece of Lutyens’ noted collaborator, Gertrude Jekyll, and Lutyens had already designed a h ...
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During the War, Ayscoughfee provided a home to Belgian Refugee families. Rev. Prior Clement Tyck, a Roman Catholic Priest of Belgian Nationality was one of the first people to travel to London to welc ...
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This is a link to external website which details the War Memorials of Lincolnshire. Click here to view. Selection of War Memorial ...
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The War Memorial, Long Sutton 1950's The following information is found on http://www.roll-of-honour.com/ There are two memorials in Long Sutton, one ...
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Staff at Spalding Railway Station with a 77mm German field gun which was brought to the town by rail for an exhibition on the 23rd March 1916. This gun was captured at the battle of Loos, which was de ...
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Did you know that our War Memorial has been listed by Historic England at the highest level, grade I, It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens Click
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I thought in this year of WW1 remembrance we should not forget the brave souls that lost their life in service to the country.
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Gosberton War Memorial, at the junction of the High Street and Mill Lane. It honours the fallen from the First World War and the Second World War. The memorial consists of an octagonal column in Clips ...
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A view of East Street, Crowland. This photo is dated as 1950's.  In the foreground is the War Memorial with the Abbey seen in the rear. The Crowland War Memorial stands in a wide section of East S ...
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