Gravestone of GOLDSACK Julia 1918; GOLDSACK Stanley 1918; GOLDSACK Thomas Samuel 1937
In loving memory of / JULIA wife of Thomas GOLDSACK / who entered into rest 30th June 1918 / aged 55 years / also of STANLEY son of the above / who was lost at sea January 31st 1918 / aged 28 years / Until the day dawns and the shadows flee away / also THOMAS SAMUEL GOLDSACK / who entered into rest 5th May 1937 / aged 75 years /
Sandstone headstone with clasped hands motif in relief
Grave 138 in grid square M7.
Stanley Goldsack, 27 was a Troop Baker in the Merchant Marine serving on SS Minnetetonka in WW1, which was in use as a troopship. He was formerly a green assistant on the village golf course. Son of Thomas Samuel and Julia Goldsack of 3 Wellesley Terrace, Kingsdown Road . The SS Minnetetonka was torpedoed and sunk near Malta on 30 January 1918 where Stanley lost his life.
Date of creation2017
PlaceSt Margaret's at Cliffe, St Margaret's Churchyard
LicenseCreative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC-BY-NC-ND)
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