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East Halton Lychgate WW1 and WW2.

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Conflict Commemorated:Great War; World War II

Address:St Peter Churchyard

Parish:East Halton

Type of Memorial:Lych Gate

Materials Used:Wood; Stone; Brass

Description:War Memorial which commemorates the dead of two world wars and stands at the entrance of the churchyard, it comprises a oak and stone lych gate of about 3.5m long by 3m wide, with two mural brass tablets 455 by 305 by 6mm on the inside of the rear wall WW1 on the right with WW2 on the left.

Inscription:Great War: C.W. Chappell H. Coverdale C. Nicholson A. Ross G. Turner W. Thompson J. Warnes R. Warnes C. Warwick Second World War: A. Brown N. Durham N. Hargreaves T. Jerrard J. Leaning S. Smaller

Transcription:"To the Glory of God and in memory of the East Halton men who fell in the Great War 1914 1919." "To the Glory of God and in memory of the East Halton men who fell in the Second World War 1939 1945."

Photograph Credits:Charles Anderson

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