Caister Lifeboat Memorial

Postcard of the Memorial in Caister Churchyard

By John Layton

Ever since man has gone to sea in ships, it has been necessary to rescue him in times of danger.

The two local lifeboats, one at Gorleston and one at Caister, serve this purpose admirably.

In Caister churchyard, there is a memorial, shown here, to those who have given their lives so that others may live.

Photo:Postcard showing Caister Lifeboat Memorial

Postcard showing Caister Lifeboat Memorial

Gt Yarmouth Museums

This page was added by John Layton on 03/07/2007.
Comments about this page

Hi I have a picture postcard with this memorial on, with three men on it . I think one of them is my great grandfather Alexander James Robinson .He was on the outer dowsing light vessel have you any more info on him

By karen chapman
On 09/11/2009

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