All Stretton

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Shrewsbury Road

Roadside 50 yards north of junction with Castle Hill

All Stretton



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Obelisk
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
About the memorial: On National Trust Property: Sandstone obelisk erected after the First World War; a plaque to the fallen of the Second World War was not added until the 1980s. The obelisk has been repaired and restored, most recently in 1995. Incised slate panels now cover the eroded stone inscriptions to the First World War servicemen and repeat the names in the small plaque, still in situ, of the Second World War servicemen.
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To the Glory of God / and in the memory of those / from this Parish who fell / in the Great War 1914–1918 / for Truth Righteousness and Justice

First World War: (left panel) Gnr C Arden RGA; Gnr F Hanson RFA; Pte E R Francis KSLI; Pte J C Gough RWarR; Pte A R Spurgeon ASC; Pte R E Gough EYR; Gdsm C Halfpenny GREN GDS; Gnr G Arden RFA; (centre panel) Capt B Hanbury-Sparrow MC KSLI; Lt T R Bland Yorks & Lancs; Sgt H W Preen MONS; Sgt H Millman LF; Cpl J Hotchkiss KSLI; (right panel) Gnr E Lewis RFA; Pte P G Edwards KSLI; Pte J Haynes KSLI; Pte L J Medlicott KSLI; Pte H Probert MM KSLI; Gnr J C Wilkes RGA; Gnr J F George RFA; ----- Second World War: 1939-1945 Sgt R J Bebbington RAF; Sgt E J Deaves RAF; Pte H T Evans KSLI; Pte R J G Sankey KSLI

Grade II (England)


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