Appleton Roebuck Memorial Cross

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Reference WMO253467


All Saints' Church

Main Street

Appleton Roebuck


YO23 7DQ


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other cross
  • Stone Portland stone
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
  • Post-1945 War or Conflict
About the memorial: The memorial is a stone cross at the top of 5 steps and set within an enclosure of yew and laurel hedges within the churchyard but facing directly on to Main Street. The cross arms are decorated with a Celtic-style knot pattern but the four sided tapering cross shaft is plain. The inscriptions are on the base, with the 1914-1918 inscription on the front and the 1939-45 and later inscriptions on the right hand side. Within the church is a memorial corner which includes a book with fuller details of those remembered, a biography of the carver of the memorial George Walker Milburn of York and a number of the 100th Anniversary reprints of the "Gospel according to St John "Active Service" 1914-18" given to the troops with a message from Field Marshall Roberts.
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On the front: In grateful memory of; Joseph Barnes 18th Hussars; Henry Yates Cundall R.G.A; Harry Lorriman K.O.Y.L.I.; and all their comrades who fell in teh Great War; On the step beneath: Rest eternal grant unto them O Lord; On the right hand side: William C.H. Dunnington, Gunner R.A.; John Richard Horner, 5th West Yorks Regt.; 1939 1945; Patrick John Watkins, R.A.F. Regt.

William C.H. Dunnington; Henry Yates Cundall; Harry Lorriman; William C.H. Dunnington; John Richard Horner; Patrick John Watkins

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