Horbling

Research into the War Memorial of Horbling, Bourne, Lincolnshire

The following soldiers lost their lives in the Great War 1914-1918 and appear on a memorial in St Andrews Church in Horbling.

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IN GRATEFUL

THE FOLLOWING MEN FROM THE PARISH
OF HORBLING GAVE THEIR IN THE
SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY DURING
THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1918

FRED ARCHER – Tank Corps
ROBERT M BOOTH – 2 Bn Lincs
GEORGE S BRUMLEY – Canadians
ALFRED C CLARK – York & Lancs
CHARLIE CLARK – Lincs
THOMAS CLARK – Royal Eng
ANTHONY ELLINGWORTH – W Riding
GEORGE GREGORY – Yorks
BERTRAM PLUMMER – Suffolk
ALLISON G SMITH – Loyal N Lancs
ALBERT SMITH – Srgt, Oxford & Bucks
ARCHIE SMITH – King’s Royal Rifles
JOSEPH H STENNETT – Royal Navy
JAMES WATSON – Lincs

ETERNAL HONOUR GIVE TO THOSE
WHO NOBLY STRIVING, NOBLY FELL,
THAT WE MIGHT LIVE

There is one WW1 commonworth War Grave in the churchyard:

BERTRAM PLUMMER, Private 41218 11th Bn Suffolk, Age 20, Dead 27th May 1918, Son of Joseph and Ellen

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