Heysham

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Reference WMO206072

Address:

St. Peter's Churchyard

Main Street

Heysham

LA3 2RN

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Unknown cross
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: cross on an inscribed base with 2 steps. For an unknown reason, there seems to have been an attempt to delete or cover the final two names inscribed - F.J.A. Wyton and R. Lawrence. (Unclear whether chalked or painted over)
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To the glorious memory of the men of Heysham who fell in defence of their country in the Great War. The warrior heroes rest in many lands but here the symbol of their glory stands.

R. Atkinson, T. Ayrey, H.M. Bailey, H. Bargh, C. Brayshaw, F. Casson, A. Clarke, S. Clarke, H.B. Curwen, G.C. Dalgoutte, C. Gorst, J. Haley, J.D. Hatch, C. Hayhurst, W. Howat, J.S.A. Hoyle, A.L. Ingham, T.W. Lawrence, W.H. Kershaw, G. Langton, W.T. Nickson, W.H. Osborne, J. Parr, W. Parr, A. Pilkington, H. Pilkington, J.M. Singleton, R. Studdard, G.W.P. Swindlehurst, J.A. Sykes, F.J. Torkington, R.S. Warbrick, J.C. Wilshaw, T. Wood, F.J.A. Wyton, R. Lawrence.

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