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Photo: J. Brown


Plaque Dickinson 1917 St.Nicholas





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NZ 250640

Original Location

Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas. St. Nicholas Square. St. Nicholas Street / Mosley Street. North aisle.

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Memorial Description

Plaque of enamelled steel 52cm high x 71cm wide in a wood moulded frame with motifs at intervals. On the main plate the crest of the Royal Field Artillery is raised in brass at top left. At top right is a coat of arms of two lions on a blue background with a central band. A Maltese Cross is raised in brass at centre top. The lettering is in elaborate capitals.

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In loving memory of
Geoffrey Garbutt Dickinson
2nd Lieut. 1st Northumberland Brigade R.F.A.
who was killed in action
October 2nd 1917 aged 19 years
and was buried at Vlamertinge


See above


1. 2nd Lieut. Dickinson is remembered at Gosforth on G9.06 and G9.21

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Photos: J. Brown; P. Thirkell

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Research acknowledgements

P. Thirkell; J. Brown

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