War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
and Copyright © Michael Peck 2007
is no mmeorial as such for Well but there are two indivudual plaques
within the church of St Margaret.
1914 - 1918
the glory of God and the dear memory of Philip Henry Belton. Private,
1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment who gave his life for his country
in France 23rd October 1918, aged 19 years.
Yet still for him high service waits though earths last fight is
Private 51705. 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action
above date and age. Son of William Henry and Mary Elizabeth Belton
of Well Grange, Lincs. Born Skendleby and enlisted Lincoln, Lincs.
Commemorated Vendegies-Au-Bois British Cemetery. A.1.
V.A.D. NURSE WHO DIED AT BORDIGHERA
DEC 10 1919, FROM ILLNESS CONTRACTED
WHILE ON DUTY IN LEICESTER HOSPITAL
Loving and Beloved
46373. 65th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, formerly
211 East Surrey Regiment. Died home 3rd May 1915, aged 21 years.
Son of Mrs Elizabeth Stockdale Brown of West Butterwick, Lincs.
Born West Butterwick, Lincs, enlisted R.O Thames and resident West
Butterwick, Lincs. Commemorated WEST BUTTERWICK (St Mary) CHURCHYARD.
28 June, 2008