On original site
Attached to a building/structure
- First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial:
According to a newspaper report, this memorial was unveiled on 30th October 1921, a Sunday afternoon by Major F.J.M. Ingoldby. The service was conducted by the Rev. G.C. Main, but there is no indication that he dedicated it, though they also seemed to. The memorial could do with a bit of clean up but otherwise it is in a good condition and most of the names upon are clearly readable. Next door to the church is the old village grocery store, and whilst I was photographing it, the owner of the shop, now closed, joined me, and informed me that his father, George Percy Trafford, and his uncle, Charles Owen Trafford were both named on the memorial.
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