T.E. Hulme Memorial Window, St Luke's Church, Endon

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Date:March 1914 - March 2014 (c.)

Description:Memorial stained glass window dedicated to Thomas Ernest Hulme (1883-1917) the locally-born poet who was killed in action in 1917 during World War 1. He is also commemorated in the Hulme family grave in the churchyard, although he was buried the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery at Koksijde in Belgium. T.E. Hulme was born at Gratton Hall Farm.

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Creators: Mr Ben Cunliffe - Creator

Image courtesy of: Mr Ben E Cunliffe

Donor ref:BEC-130 (231/39276)

Source: Mr Ben E Cunliffe

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