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St Bride's Church

Church Road





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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other cross
  • Metal Bronze
  • Stone Sandstone
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Sandstone celtic cross with bronze WW2 plaque mounted at the foot of the cross.Unveiled by Major A E Mifsud & dedicated by the Bishop of Carlisle 21/10/1921Listed Grade II, list entry number 1458615
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TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF/ [names]/YOU GAVE ALL YOU HAD TO GIVE/ 1914 – 1918/ 1939-1945/IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF/ [names]/ “They died that we might live”

WW1- WILLIAM SIBSON BARNES/JOHN JOSEPH BELL/THOMAS BIRD ROBINSON/MARTIN SUTHERLAND On a gravestone in the Churchyard is a commemoration of another village victim: Gilbert Todhunter of 106 Winnipeg Light Infantry, killed in action 24th May 1915. 1939-1945-JOHN STUDHOLME BELL/HARRY BLAMIRE LITTLE/JOHN LOWTHER/JOHN JAMES WATT/WILLIAM WATT/ “They died that we might live” The Village has at least one post war victim., buried under a private gravestone “he gave his life for his country”; Harry Little died 14th May 1949 aged 22

Grade II (England)


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