|Thread Topic: WW1 Memorial Grantham St Wulfram
Topic Originator: Michael Peck
Post Date October 26, 2006 @ 7:28 PM
A short time ago the WW1 Memorial at Grantham St Wulfram was recorded, the rest have now been done starting with the 11th (Northern) Division Memorial (1914- 1918). No names are mentioned but if anyone had relatives serving in the below units and wants a photo of the memorial to illustrate their histories please contact me Mike.
Remember in the Lord those of the 11th (Northern) Division who died gloriously in the Great War.
11th Division Headquarters.
32nd Infantry Brigade Headquarters.
9th Battn West Yorkshire Regiment
2nd and 6th Battn Yorkshire Regiment
8th Battn Duke of Wellingtons Regiment
6th Battn York and Lancaster Regiment
32nd Light Trench Mortar Battery
33rd Infantry Brigade Headquarters
6th Battn Lincolnshire Regiment
6th Battn Border Regiment
7th Battn South Staffordshire Regiment
9th Battn Sherwood Foresters
33rd Light Mortar Battery
34th Infantry Brigade Headquarters.
8th Battn Northumberland Fusiliers
9th Battn Lancashire Fusiliers
5th Battn Dorsetshire Regiment
11th Battn Manchester Regiment
34th Light Trench Mortar Battery
2nd Row follows
B Squadron Hertfordshire Yeomanry
11th Cyclist Company
58th, 59th, 60th, 61st and 133rd Brigade Royal Field Artillery
11th (Hull) Heavy Battery Royal Garrison Artillery
V11, X11, Y11 and Z11 Trench Mortar Batteries
11th Division Ammunition Column
67th, 68th, 86th Field Companies Royal Engineers
134th Fortress Company Royal Engineers
11th Division Signal Company
6th Battn East Yorkshire Regiment (Pioneers)
11th Battn Machine Gun Corps - 32nd, 33rd, 34th and 250th companies
Army Chaplains Department.
11th Divisional Train - 112th,113th,114th,115th, 479th, 480th, 481st and 482nd Companies Army Service Corps.
33rd, 34th, 35th Field Ambulances Royal Army Medical Corps
11th Divisional Ambulance Workshop
22nd Sanitary Section Royal Army Medical Corps
Army Ordanance Corps
11th and 22nd Mobile Veterinary Sections Army Veterinary Corps
Number 213 Divisional Employment Company.
The Division was raised at Grantham in 1914.