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Normanby and Owmby - The Fallen

Conflict Commemorated:WW1, WW2

Address:3 Main Street, St Peters Churchyard

Parish:Normanby by Spital

Type of Memorial:Obelisk

Materials Used:Granite

Description:Polished granite forming a square obelisk on an square plinth and base, seated on a concrete base, it measures 610 x 610mm by 1800mm high not including the concrete base, on the front face of the obelisk just above the plinth is a embossed sword in its scabbard, point downwards, with a laurel wreath at the top. Sited in the churchyard of St Peter's Church

Inscription:NORMANBY AND OWMBY/ ERECTED BY THE PARISHIONERS/ TO THE MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING/ MEN FROM THESE VILLAGES WHO/ FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918/ C. BAKER H.M. COOKE/ J.R. BELL H. DENMAN/ G.E. BULLIVANT F.W. JOHNSON/ W. RHODES/ AT REST The front base is engraved as follows: WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945/ WORTHY OF REMEMBRANCE/ H.HEWSON L.BARRATT/ H. JOHNSON T.DOWE/

Notes:Church is Grade 1 listed and in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust

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Last updated: 19 Sep 2019

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