A touching memorial

Lockinge-born William Hallam, living across the border in Swindon, was moved by a war memorial.

24th August 1919

Wife and I went to St. Paul’s this morning. A touching ceremony was the unveiling – after the service – of a memorial window to Lieut. James who died of wounds.

Diary of William Hallam of Swindon (D/EX1415/26)

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