Everingham Memorial Cross

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Reference WMO253264

Address:

Everingham

Pocklington

YO42 4JA

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other cross
Materials:
  • Stone Sandstone
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: The memorial is on the east side of the road running through Everingham. It is situated in a grassed area enclosed by hedges on three sides. On the fourth (western) side a seat sits between the memorial and the road. Latin cross on top of a tapered column mounted on a layered plinth with a two stepped square base. There are inscriptions on the sides of plinth.
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West Side On The Tapering Cross Shaft Facing West: This Memorial/ Was Erected in Memory/ and to the Honour of/ those from Everingham/ and Thorpe-Le-Street/ Who Served Their Country/ 1914 – 1918. Names (1) All The Above Gave Their Lives/ for Their Country. 1939-1945 Names (2)

Names (1) Sergt. Richard Ashley./ Pte. Joseph R. Brown./ Pte. William Keeley./ Pte. Alphonsus Lunt./ Pte. Oswald Lunt./ Pte. William Toes./ Pte. Claude Williams./ Names (2) Sqn. Ldr. Gerard Storey./ Flt. Sergt. Norman Booth./ Pte. Fred Upshall. Names (3) Corpl. S. Xavier Le Maistre./ Pte. John Akney./ Pte. Charles Byles./ Pte. Joseph Farmery./ Pte. Albert Fishpool./ Pte. George Hardy./ Pte. Thomas Ibbotson./ Pte. Henry Lincoln./ S. P. O. George Lund. R. N./ Pte. Frank Lunt./ Pte. George Lunt./ Pte. George Swann./ Pte. Joseph Stennett./ Pte. Thomas Toes./ Pte. Francis Withell./ Pte. William Withell./ Pte. Frank Wright./

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