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Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:SS Peter and Paul (Churchyard)


Type of Memorial:Cross

Manufacturer:Mr Tuttle of Lincoln responsible for restoration.

Materials Used:Stone

Description:Churchyard cross. 14th century with restoration from 1919. Ashlar. 3 steps to square base block with facetted angles having pyramidal- stops, from which rises approx. 4'0" of the original square shaft with facetted angles. Above a 1919 octagonal shaft; it rises to a crucifixion with a gablette over.

Inscription:An oak tablet in the church which records the names of WW1 casualties has the following inscription: "This churchyard cross was restored in 1919 in grateful memory of the under mentioned, who fell in the great war, and is a thanksgiving on behalf of the survivors"


Listed Memorial:Y


Listed Memorial Reference Number:1064108

Scheduled Monument:Y

Scheduled Monument Reference Number:1018289

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 54306

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

Sources Used:Lincolnshire Chronicle Saturday 6th March 1920

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