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Conflict Commemorated:WW1 and WW2

Address:Holy Trinity, PE23 4LW, Churchyard

Parish:Hagworthingham

Type of Memorial:Cross

Manufacturer:E Browning and Sons

Materials Used:Stone

Description:A wayside cross atop of three tiers of octagonal steps and a base. From this rises a tapering shaft. On the base are the names, inscribed into slate.

Inscription:(Upper Base) REMEMBER IN MERCY/THOSE WHO DIED FOR/ RIGHTEOUSNESS/ SHAKE IN OUR. DEFENCE GREATER LOVE HATH NO/ MAN THAN THIS/ THAT A MAN LAY DOWN/ HIS LIFE FOR/ HIS FRIENDS St JOHN XV 13 1914-1918 (Lower Base) PTE JOHN GEORGE ALBONES 1ST LINCS/ PTE WILLIAM ALBONES 3RD LINCS/ CPL ALFRED ALBONES 8TH LINCS/ SGT GEORGE HENRY ASKEW 2ND LINCS/ PTE EDWARD ARCHIE ASKEW 5TH LCS/ PTE CHARLES ARTHUR CRAM 10TH/ WORCESTERSHIRE/ PTE ALBERT CURTIS 2ND LINCS/ PTE CHARLES ENGLISH 23RD LONDN/ PTE WILLIAM FUTTER 9TH LINCS/ PTE THOMAS WILLIAM MOORE 6TH LINCS/ SGT GEORGE WILLIAM ROWLEDGE/ 2ND ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS/ PTE ALFRED SMITH 3RD LINCS/ LT RUTLAND VILLIERS WHEATLEY/ 6TH EAST YORKS/ 1939-1945/ H LONGDEN/ 1ST B.T.N. ROYAL NORFOLKS/ H DARCASS/ R.A.F. VOLUNTEER RESERVES

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:C.J.A.

Notes:The memorial was unveiled on Armistice Day 1919.

Sources Used:Charles Anderson and Michael Credland

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