Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
- First World War (1914-1918)
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A wooden cross on 2 step base showing dedication & names.
St Marys, Whitton
In 2000 the original War Memorial was dismantled because it was unstable , the brick plinth still stands to the left of the path almost immediately inside the gate. The upright portion of the wooden cross bearing the names of the fallen, Albert Brown, Henry Brown and Charles Whitefoord, is preserved and stands next to the pulpit. A photograph of the original Memorial is displayed alongside, and bears the names of two Second World War victims, Gerald Meeks and Thomas Hoskins.
Photograph of the Whitton War Memorial before it was dismantled.
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