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Reference WMO255832

Address:

Cardington Street

Newmarket

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Memorial Homes/Alms Houses
Materials:
  • Brick Brick
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The residue of monies from the Town memorial were added to and a Nurses Home and Children's Ward built as a memorial in Cardington Street in 1923. Now a private dwellng Designed by Leopold E Cole Ariba (Architect) and built by MR William Parr King of Exning.. Opened on 1 November 1923 by: HRH Princess Mary, Viscountess Lascelles and dedicated by Canon J H Bannerman Vicar of Newmarket All Saints. Recorded by Newmarket Journal 3rd November 1923 © IWM (WMR-4579)
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DISTRICT // NURSES HOME // ERECTED 1923 // IN MEMORY OF THE MEN // WHO DIED IN THE // GREAT WAR // 1914 - 1918 //(names)

These names are recorded by IWM ;- L/Cpl Clement Butcher // Pte Alfred Cook // Pte Harry Freeman // Pte Alfred Fuller // Lt.Fred Jackson RFC/RAF // Trpr E Leonard Layzel // Pte Clifford F.Lockwood // Pte Bertie Phillips // Bdr Leonard Stebbings // Gnr Alfred Waterman. There is no record anywhere else in Newmarket of these men as war casualties or the connection of any one of them with Newmarket.

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