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Cottagers Plot Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour 1914-1918
George Street Wesleyan Circuit, Great Grimsby, Cottagers Plot, Laceby

“For King and Country. God Save the King”

BURMAN Albert Pte 10 Lincolns
CATER George Gunner 295 Brigade RFA, France
CATER 2AM Royal Air Force
FREEMAN George Pte 2 Lincolns, France. Wounded 23.10.1916
GATHERGOOD Albert Stoker Royal Navy, HMS Submarine E51
GLADDING William Minesweeper RNRT
Won DSM off Scarborough Minefield – 6.1.1918
HARSLEY George Sgt MJRASC, Egypt. Ship torpedoed going out – Mar 1917
JOHNSON Robert Drummer 3 Lincolns
KENDALL John Captain 10 East Yorks, Egypt and France
KENDALL Alfred C Sgt Maj 2/5 & 7 Lincolns. Wounded 19 Oct. Died 20.10.1918
MUMBY Charles CA Royal Navy – HMS Iron Duke
STAMP John Signaller RNR Coastguard
SYKES John George Gunner 5 Res, Lance Fus
SYKES Thomas Ellis Private 5 Res, Lance Fus


Alfred Kendall served as a Company Sergeant Major, 240030, in the 7th Battalion of the Lincolnshire Regiment in France and Flanders. He died of wounds on 21st October 1918 age 31 and is buried in Awoingt British Cemetery, Nord, France, Grave I A 8. He was the son of Samuel and Mary Kendall, Laceby, Grimsby and was the husband of Anne M Kendall of Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada. Alfred was born at Immingham and was living at New Cleethorpes at the time he enlisted at Grimsby.
On the 1901 Census he is living with his parents at Cottagers Plot, Laceby, age 14, and is working, like his father, as an agricultural labourer.