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Dry Doddington Village Hall Memorial plaque

Conflict Commemorated:All conflicts

Address:Main Street Dry Doddington NG232 5HU

Parish:Dry Doddington and Westborough

Type of Memorial:Board/ plaque/ tablet

Materials Used:Brass

Description:Oval dark blue memorial plaque placed in village hall in 2017. The design incorporates a dove of peace in white and the writing is highlighted in white.

Inscription:THIS PLAQUE IS DEDICATED IN HONOUR OF THE / SACRIFICES MADE BY THOSE ASSOCIATED WITH / DRY DODDINGTON AND WESTBOROUGH, / WHO SERVED IN EITHER WWI, WWII OR ANY / OTHER AREA OF CONFLICT ACROSS THE WORLD, IN WHICH OUR COUNTRY WAS INVOLVED. / LEST WE FORGET

Memorial Condition:Good

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:JEAN CLARK

Notes:These are the names of the men associated with Dry Doddinngton and Westborough who sacrificed their lives in the First World War: AINSWORTH, GERALD BELLAMY, JAMES BELLAMY, WILLIAM CATLIN, ERNEST CHARLES, ALFRED COPLEY, WILLIAM RICHARD GRUNDELL, GEORGE THOMAS MILLINGTON, HENRY

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Last updated: 19 Sep 2019

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