Kenneth & Patrick Evans Memorial Seat

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Reference WMO249308

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Near E Brown Road

Newton on Rawcliffe

PICKERING

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Seat
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: The memorial is a wooden seat within a small partly walled platform on the top of the valley side at Newton on Rawcliffe looking out to the north-east across Newton Dale to the Levisham Moors beyond. The seat has the mouse emblem of the maker Thomson of Kilburn. The inscription is on the back rail of the seat.
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IN MEMORY OF KENNETH GEORGE EVANS and PATRICK BRYANT EVANS/ COUSINS WHO FOR MANY YEARS AS BOYS TOGETHER ENJOYED THE FREEDOM OF THESE MOORS/ BOTH WERE KILLED IN ACTION WHILST SERVING WITH/ THE ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS/ THE FORMER ON OR ABOUT 15 JUNE 1942 AT SOME PLACE UNKNOWN IN THE WESTERN DESERT EGYPT/ THE LATTER ON 21 NOVEMBER 1944 AT GEILENKIRSHEN GERMANY BOTH WERE AGED 21 YEARS

KENNETH GEORGE EVANS and PATRICK BRYANT EVANS

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