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Conflict Commemorated:WW1 and WW2

Address:Village Institute

Parish:Habrough

Type of Memorial:Shrine

Materials Used:Stone

Description:Set into the end wall of the Village Institute is a stone plaque to commemorate those who fell and served in the First World War, to which has been added a further plaque to commemorate those who fell in the Second World War. The plaque is shaped as an inverted shield with embossed crossed flags and ribbon, under which is the inscription.

Inscription:HABROUGH WAR MEMORIAL IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FOUGHT AND THOSE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 1918 THESE GAVE THEIR LIVES H.F. MARRIS/ W. NOBLE/ J. PORTAS/ F. WATSON/ AND THESE RETURNED/ A. ALLTOFT/ H.S. BARRON/ E. BARRON/ W.A. BARRON/ H.S. BARNES/ A. BEACROFT/ J.H. BRATTON/ B. BROCKLESBY/ G. BROCKLESBY/ F.E. BROWN/ W.R. COOPER/ F. COOPER/ C.F. DANNATT/ G. DENBY/ C.H. DENT/ G. SHAW/ T.J.B. DONOVAN/ H. SHUCKSMITH/ W. DRAKES/ F.P. SIMPSON/ G.T. FARMERY/ A. FYTCHE/ W.L. TAYLOR/ G. FYTCHE/ M. MCGOWN/ G.W. HAW/ W. HOWSON/ H. MILLER/ K. VICKERS/ A. MOMENT/ D.E. NEWMARCH/ B. RHODES/ A. ROBINSON/ J.P. SIMPSON/ W. TRAVES/ H. TRIBBLE/ G. VICKERS/ T. VICKERS/ C.W. WESTOBY/ M.H. WESTOBY/ P. WYNN/ 1939 - 1945/ THESE GAVE THEIR LIVES/ R. CLARK / H. JANNEY/ J.W. MARROWS / A.C. PHILLIPS /

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 51671

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:LFHS

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