St Thomas Aquinas and St Stephen Harding Memorial Cross

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Reference WMO/259259


St Thomas Aquinas and St Stephen Harding church

53 Great Hales Street

Market Drayton



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other cross
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: outside the entrance to the church and set in a small garden, this small stone cross has the names inscribed on the base. there are two other plaques attached but the writing could not be read.
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In/Grateful remembrance /of Capt F E B Harding RFA/wounded near Ypres Sept 21/died Dec 1 1915 aged 28/and 2nd Lieut W Clifford RIGds/killed in action at Loos/Sept 17 1915 aged 21 who died in our defence Pte W McAvan KSLI/May 19 1915/Pte F McAvan KSLI/July 23 1916/Rifleman G T Flynn KRR/Nov 19 1916/Cpl H Higgins KSLI/Sept 18 1916/Cpl L McAvan KSLI/Feb 12 1916/L Cpl C W Russell RICds/March 1916/L Cpl F Wallis Gr Gd3/Sept 13 1917

F E B Harding/W Clifford/W McAvan/ F McAvan/G T Flynn /H Higgins/L McAvan/C W Russell/F Wallis

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