Wall Plaque - Lieutenant Wilfred Clements Hanson
Small, horizontal, bi-axial rectangular brass wall plaque secured by four screws, commemorating Lieutenant Wilfred Clements Hanson, of 147 Chanterlands Avenue, was a Hymers student and worked for the Inland Revenue. He is commemorated below the marble plaques to his maternal grandparents Clements and Isabella Good. He was killed near Ypres in September 1917, aged 24.
Inscription in Roman Caps. inlaid with black, framed by incised line inlaid in black. Initial letters slightly taller.
Inscription and donor(s)
IN PROUD AND LOVING MEMORY OF
WILFRED CLEMENTS HANSON, LIEUT. R.F.A.
SON OF HENRY H. AND LAURA HANSON,
AND GRANDSON OF
THE ABOVE CLEMENTS AND ISABELLA GOOD,
WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION NEAR YPRES,
15TH SEPT 1917. AGED 24.
"THE ONLY SON OF HIS MOTHER, AND SHE WAS A WIDOW."
ST. LUKE VI I. 12