Lutton

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Reference WMO264330

Address:

St Nicholas Church

Church Lane

Lutton

PE12 9PP

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Calvary
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • 11th Century Wars
About the memorial: Fine sunny weather, despite the lateness of the season, favoured the unveiling of the Lutton War Memorial, which took place on Sunday afternoon, in the presence of nearly a thousand people. Established Church and Nonconformity combined for the open-air service at the foot pf the Memorial – a Crucifix Cross on the green outside the Church wall – and the singing was led by the Choirs of the Church and P.M.Chapel. The school children also were present, the First Long Sutton Troop of Scouts, under Scoutmaster F. Goodman, and the Ex-Service Men of the district, who were marshalled by Ex-Sergt. Albert Chapman. Completed during the preceding week, the Memorial as has been previously stated in this journal was erected by Mr. S. Warrick, of Long Sutton, at a cost approximating £200 Unveiled by Mrs H, S, Dixon-Spain. Dedicated by the Vicar of Lutton October 1922 A. Buff and T. Kettle were missed from the above list of names. Following the Second World War the dates 1939 – 1945 and the names P .B. Bray, J. Mann and A R. Whitmore were added.
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1914 - 1918 To the dear memory of our fallen.

George Bland, Samuel Broughton, Herbert Baggaley, Edward Cooper, William Cawthorne, George Cawthorne, Frank Durrant, George Downs, Arthur Downs, Oswald Portass, Harry Scott, George Scott, Thomas Tims, Jess Tolliday, Frank Tasker, Harry Whiley, Richard William Hurling, William Knight, and George Henry Gee.

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