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Conflict Commemorated:WW1 and WW2

Address:St Helen churchyard

Parish:Kirmington

Type of Memorial:Cross

Materials Used:Portland Stone

Description:A tall octagonal column surmounted by a cross which has a small amounted of banded decoration. This is situated upon a plinth and a three-stepped base. the wholke memorial is made of Portland stone and measures 4.5 metres high. In the plinth and steps, are imbedded small metal plaques with the names of the fallen inscribed on them.

Inscription:TO THE MEMORY OF OUR GLORIOUS DEAD 1914-1918/ J BRACKENBURY G H HAVERCROFT/ C BROCKLEBANK N HODSON/ H DENT G HURD/ G ELSOM J PARKER/ R GRANT C PORTERGILL/ 1939 - 1945/ W BLANCHARD F HOLMES/ C MAPPLETHORPE H WARD/

Notes:The initial unveiling took place on 19th March 1921. UKNIWM Ref: 51735

Sources Used:Michael Credland and Charles Anderson

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