Baggrow & Blennerhasset

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Reference WMO171550

Address:

The Village Green

Blennerhasset

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Wheel cross
Materials:
  • Stone Granite
Lettering: Leaded
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: on base of an old cross, unveiled 26/6/1921 by Lieut W. Stephenson (son of village headmaster)- rustic in form, 9’high of Aberdeen Red Granite, designed by Beattie & Sons of Carlisle, cost £110, dedicated by Rev. J. Wordsworth (Vicar of Allhallows, whose son was lost early in the war)
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6 o’clock faceIN/MEMORY AND/HONOUR OF/THE MEN OF BAGGROW AND/BLENNERHASSET/WHO FELL IN THE/GREAT WAR/ [names]/1914-18/THEY DIED FOR US 3 o’clock face WORLD WAR 2/1939-45/IN PROUD/AND AFFECTIONATE/REMEMBRANCE OF THE/FALLEN OF BAGGROW/AND BLENNERHASSET/ [names]/LEST WE FORGET

6 o’clock face 1915/HENRY H BEWLEY 1916/JOHN C BIRNEY/GEORGE LAWSON 1917/RICHARD REYNOLDS 1918/FRANK SHANKLIN/THOMAS W BELL/GEORGE TELFORD/1914-18/THEY DIED FOR US Note that J.A. Mitchell, shown on the Maryport & Carlisle Railway memorial at Maryport as being of Baggrow station is not on this memorial. 3 o’clock face 1940/ALBERT B SUTTONSTANLEY BATY 1942/FRANCES A WEAPE 1943/JOHN PATTERSON 1944 /ROBERT ELLIOTT/FRED J ATKINSON/

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Grade II (England)

1327237

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