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Memorial

UKNIWM Ref - 27224

Main Street, Hickling LE14 3AJ. The parish church is now known as 'St Luke'. The dedication on the alabaster tablet reads, 'To the glory of God and in proud and grateful memory of the men who going forth from this parish laid down their lives for their King and Country in the Great War Aug. 4. 1914 to Nov. 11. 1918'

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

William W Collyer - William Charles Collyer

Stephen George Arthur S G A Crump - Stephen George Arthur Crump

Samuel C Doubleday - Samuel Cheshire Doubleday

John George J G Faulks - John George Faulks

Jack J Hill - John Hill

William W Salt - Thomas William Salt

Charlie C Simpson - Charles Simpson

Cecil C Simpson - Cecil Simpson

Photos
  • Memorial
    Hickling St Marys Church - Memorial
  • Church now named 'St Luke'.  Photograph Rachel Farrand
    Hickling - St Mary - Church now named 'St Luke'. Photograph Rachel Farrand
  • Photograph showing First and Second World War memorials. Photograph Rachel Farrand (July 2012).
    Hickling - St Mary - Photograph showing First and Second World War memorials. Photograph Rachel Farrand (July 2012).
  • Roll of Honour. Photograph Rachel Farrand (July 2012)
    Hickling St Mary - Roll of Honour. Photograph Rachel Farrand (July 2012)
  • The memorial was repainted and cleaned by Mrs Sara Parker in November 2018, ready for Remembrance Sunday – the centenary of the end of the First World War the photograph is courtesy of the Hickling Local History Group website.
    St Marys Church - The memorial was repainted and cleaned by Mrs Sara Parker in November 2018, ready for Remembrance Sunday – the centenary of the end of the First World War the photograph is courtesy of the Hickling Local History Group website.