Lincolnshire Regiment

The Lincolnshire Regiment had its origins in the late seventeenth century, when the Earl of Bath’s Regiment of Foot was created during the Monmouth Rebellion.

The regiment raised a total of 19 battalions during the First World War, most of which saw action on the Western and Home Fronts (although the 3rd Battalion was based in Ireland and the 6th (Service) Battalion fought at Gallipoli.

Commonwealth War Graves

Rousell, Private Arthur (d1919, aged 20, illness)

Townsend, Corporal Louis (d1915, aged 34, wounded in action)

Commonwealth War Graves from the camera of CKPonderingsToo

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