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North Rauceby Parishioners - WW1

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St. Peter churchyard, Main Street, North Rauceby

Parish:Rauceby

Type of Memorial:Cross

Commisioned By:Public subscription

Manufacturer:Mr Bland - mason to Rauceby Hall estate c.1920

Materials Used:Stone

Description:War memorial dedicated 1st May 1919. Erected by the parishioners of North Rauceby and paid for by public subscription. Limestone. Late medieval style village cross stands on double octagonal steps and chamfered plinth. Octagonal base has blind tracery to each face and inscription with the names of those who died in the Great War. Moulded base to cross, tall octagonal shaft and plain capital. Upper cross has carved decorative detailing. Stands to the left of the path leading to the south porch. 3480 x 1560 x 1560mm

Inscription:IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF RAUCEBY WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES TO THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918 HARRY BROTHWELL ALBERT BEMBRIDGE GEORGE GRUNDELL FRED MALTBY ARTHUR CAMPION ARTHUR BROWN WILLIAM P. HILLIAM MAURICE BLAND WILLIAM FORTNUM HENRY FARMER HERBERT MOODY JOHN THURLBY

HERMonUID:MLI89391

Listed Memorial:Y

Grade:II

Listed Memorial Reference Number:1389290

Conservation Area:Y

Notes on Condition:UKNIWM Ref: 42978

Notes:War Memorial Trust Bulletin Summer 2001, Page 7. £722 for investigative cleaning and relettering of the inscription on the memorial cross in St. Peter's churchyard, made by Mr. Bland, mason to the Rauceby Hall Estate, c1920.

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