Cold Kirby Church Porch

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Reference WMO244455

Address:

Low Field Lane

Cold Kirby

THIRSK

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Shelter
Materials:
  • Paper Paper
  • Stone Limestone
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The memorial is a church porch, the only inscription on the structure is the keystone to the door arch which is dated 1920. However, hung in the porch, is a beautifully illuminated sheet with the dedication of the porch as the parish's war memorial and including a roll of honour.
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On the porch: 1920On the dedication: S. MICHAEL'S CHURCH/ COLD KIRBY./ THIS PORCH/ was erected by Parishioners/ and friends to the Glory of God/ and in loving memory of/ ALBERT ERNEST DUNNING,/ who died of wounds in the Great War./ The following is a list of those who served :-/ Buckingham, John Hippisley, David/ Dawson, Clarence Hippisley, Leonard/ Dunning, Clarence Hippisley, Raymond/ Gunton, Herbert Norman, Reginald/ Harper, Alfred Sharp, Walter/ Harper, Harry Shields, Walter/ Hawkins, George Sanders, Archibald/ Hippisley, Charles Turner, James/ 1920. C. H. Rowntree./ Vicar.

Albert Ernest Dunning, John Buckingham, David Hippisley, Clarence Dawson, Leonard Hippisley, Clarence Dunning, Raymond Hippisley, Herbert Gunton, Reginald Norman, Alfred Harper, Walter Sharp, Harry Harper, Walter Shields, George Hawkins, Archibald Sanders, Charles Hippisley, James Turner

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