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Men of East Butterwick

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Conflict Commemorated:Geat War

Parish:East Butterwick

Locality:Churchyard

Type of Memorial:Obelisk

Architect/ Designer:Messrs Tyas-Guest, Don Valley Marble Works, Swinton

Commisioned By:Public subscription

Manufacturer:Messrs Tyas-Guest, Don Valley Marble Works, Swinton

Materials Used:Red granite; Portland stone

Description:Obelisk of red granite with Portland stone base stand some 362cm (11ft 103/4 inches). "A handsome monument with the names of the men from the village who gave their lives in the great war has been erected as a parochial memorial in the Churchyard at East Buttterwick, the cost. About £200, having been raised by subscription."

Inscription:MAURICE MIDDLETON NORMAN LOCKWOOD CLEMENT CLARK HAROLD BELL WILLIAM HENRY ISLE JOHN STANLEY FORD ARTHUR CALDICOTT LAISTER COOK OF SUSWORTH WILFRED JACKSON

Transcription:IN MEMORY OF THE HEROIC DEAD WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918 PASS NOT THIS STONE WITH SORROW BUT WITH PRIDE AND MAY YOU LIVE AS NOBLY AS THEY DIED

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:Charles Anderson

Sources Used:Epworth Bells 25th September 1920

Photograph Credits:Charles Anderson

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