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  • Thomas Masding's headstone in St John's churchyard Perlethorpe.
Person Details
Sleaford Lincolnshire
He was the husband of Frances (née Lord) Masding. They were married at St Clement Longsight, Lancaster, on 23 December 1905; his occupation was given as railway employee. In 1911 they lived at Harston Grantham Lincolnshire. Frances remarried Arthur Wallhead (J/A/S/ 1920) and they lived at Empingham, Oakham Rutland.
(1911) He was a farm labourer. He was employed by the Thoresby Estate when he enlisted.
31 Aug 1917
42
2750718 - CWGC Website
9533
Corporal
Lincolnshire Regiment
Buried Perlethorpe (St John) Churchyard. Inscription on headstone: 'Rest after weariness, peace after pain.'
ROH in St John's Church, Perlethorpe, which has the names of all the men 'gone to the service of our King and country from their employment on the Thoresby Estate and Rufford Hunt Kennels October 1914', lists 'H Masding, Lincolns.'
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  • Thomas Masding's headstone in St John's churchyard Perlethorpe.
    Photo Rachel Farrand - Thomas Masding's headstone in St John's churchyard Perlethorpe.
  • Roll of Honour (Thoresby Estate and Rufford Hunt Kennels), St John, Perlethorpe. Photograph Rachel Farrand
    Thomas Henry Masding - Roll of Honour (Thoresby Estate and Rufford Hunt Kennels), St John, Perlethorpe. Photograph Rachel Farrand
  • Roll of Honour, St John, Perlethorpe.  Photograph Rachel Farrand
    Thomas Henry Masding - Roll of Honour, St John, Perlethorpe. Photograph Rachel Farrand