Ossington War Memorial

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Reference WMO/251137

Address:

Main Street

Ossington, Notts

NG23 6LJ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Shrine
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: War memorial. Ashlar. c.1920. Chamfered square plinth, square chest with recessed inscribed panels on 3 sides. Above, gabled shrine with moulded gable and cusped opening containing crucifix. Plinth of shrine inscribed 'Thanks be to God who giveth us the Victory' c Historic England listing entry The memorial is at the junction with Moorhouse Road which goes north from Main Street. The inscribed panels include the names of all served from the parish. The front panel lists the names of the fallen.
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THANKS BE TO GOD WHO GIVETH US THE VICTORY 1914 THE GREAT WAR 1919

[Front panel (those who died)] Walter Fox, Evelyn Brown, William Drabble, Edward Godson, Tom Gash, Fred Gash, George Hardy, Edward Hardy, Harry Holt, W. F. Evelyn Denison [Left hand side panel (those who served)] John Brown, George Brown, John Cobb, Sam Drabble, Albert Drabble, William Fox, Francis Fox, Walter Godson, Wilfred Godson, Harold Godson [Right hand side panel (those who served)] Tom Holt, Charles Reynolds, Frank Reynolds, Edward Nichols, Ernest Saddington, John Semper, Harold Wagg, Alfred Wagg, Ernest Weaver, Albert Weaver, Harry Pitchfork

Grade II (England)

1301970

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