Woolsthorpe by Belvoir War Memorials

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Topic Originator: Michael Peck
Post Date February 7, 2006 @ 3:34 PM
 Woolsthorpe by Belvoir War Memorials
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 Woolsthorpe by Belvoir War Memorials

Michael Peck
February 7, 2006 @ 3:34 PM Reply  |  Email  |  Print  |  Top

Woolsthorpe by Belvoir War memorials have now been recorded, the names mentioned (and arms of service) are:-

WW1 - Charles C Bullimore  Pte 1/4 Lincs Regt.
Arthur Clare  Sapper RE
Walter Draper  Pte 7th Lincs Regt
Arthur Etterley  L/Cpl 8th Lincs Regt
George Etterley  Pte 8th Lincs Regt
Jesse Goodband  Pte 1/5 Northumberland Fus
Reginald Goodband  Pte 1/6 DLI
James Harper  Sgt 8th Lincs Regt
Cecil F Kemp  Pte RAMC
Arthur Latham  Pte 2/4 Leicester's Regt
Ernest H Pacey  Pte 1st Lincs Regt.
Thomas Pacey Pte 1st Lincs Regt
Richard Pacey  CSM 7th Lincs Regt
William E E Pacey  Pte 4th Leicester's Regt
John H Pacey  Pte 8th Lincs Regt
James Pearce  Pte 8th Lincs Regt
George E Pearce  Pte 8th Lincs Regt
Herbert Wing  L/Cpl 7th Lincs Regt
Thomas Wing  Pte 8th South Devons Regt
Walter Wing  L/Cpl 11th Notts & Derby Regt
Richard Wilcox  Pte 12th S. Staffs Regt
Frederick Wilcox  Gunner RFA
Cecil Worthington  Cpl 68th CFA
None of us liveth to himself, and none dieth to himself

WW2 - John E Bass  6th Bn, Royal Norfolk Regt.
George E Bullimore  1st Bn, Royal Leicestershire Regt.
Walter Draper  Royal Artillery
Percival A King  4th Bn, Wiltshire Regt.
Joseph W Morrell  9th Bn, Durham Light Infantry.
Wm H Reedman  6th Bn, Seaforth Highlanders
Bertram Robinson  Royal Corps of Signals.

Hope this helps someone,

Steve Morse
February 7, 2006 @ 3:38 PM Reply  |  Email  |  Print  |  Top

Reference Mike's list.
I have Soldiers Died in the Great War for -
Lincs Regt
Leics Regt
Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derbys Regt)
RAMC - Royal Army Medical Corps.
RE - Royal Engineers
If anyone has a man on the Woolsthorpe Memorial, the extra info would gibe -
for example -
Walter WING - 11th Battalion, Notts & Derbys - born - Woodthorpe, Lincs,
enlisted - Mansfield Derbys, (abode Grantham Lincs) 16487, L/Cpl, k in a, F
& F, 23/12/16 (should it be Woolsthorpe? probably)
(F & F - France and Flanders. k in a - Killed in Action.  It normally gives
k in a, d of w - Died of wounds or died).
Herbert Wright WING - 7th Lincs.
born Woolsthorpe, Lincs, enlisted - Grantham (abode - Woolsthorpe Lincs),
12625, L/Cpl, d of w, F & F, 27/4/16.
Sadly I do not have the South Devons but obviously the WING's were related
and possibly brothers.
The PACEY's likewise. Ernest was a regular killed 1/11/1914.
Also Thomas killed 21/8/15.
John Holland PACEY - died (probably Flu) - 14/5/18
Richard d of w 12/10/17, Military Medal
William Edward  Ernest PACEY was actually in the 7th Leicester's.
The 1/5th Leicesters have a Frank PACEY from Woolsthorpe (but not 4th).
Frank is not on the Woolsthorpe Memorial.


paul nixon
November 9, 2017 @ 2:08 AM Reply  |  Email  |  Print  |  Top

I am a desendent of Richard pacey