Eynesbury

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Reference WMO/122244

Address:

St Mary's Churchyard

St Mary's Street

Eynesbury

St Neots

PE19 2TD

England

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Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Latin cross
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Latin cross with pierced central square detail with rose motifs. The cross and its arms are octagonal in shape and rise from a slightly tapered octagonal shaft with a turreted collar incorporating Tudor flowers carved in relief around its base. It is set upon a square plinth with carved turreted pillars at each corner and with a flower motif carved on each face. The memorial is set upon a two-stepped octagonal base. The memorial was designed by Sydney Inskip Ladds (1867 – 1950), well-known for his church restoration work, and also responsible for a number of other church war memorials in the Huntingdon area including Kimbolton and Easton.
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There is no dedicatory inscription or names on the memorial itself; instead the dedicatory inscription for the memorial is incised and gilded on a slate plaque which is set into the adjacent church wall.

Grade II (England)

1438228

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