RAF Millom Stained Glass window for casualties buried at Haverigg Churchyard

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Reference WMO/271962

Address:

Millom Discovery Centre

Station Road

(in the Blanchard Annexe)

Millom

LA18 5AA

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Stained glass window
Materials:
  • Glass Stained Glass
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Stained Glass Window depicting an aeroplane, an airman, a mountain, the sea and the badges of the Royal Artillery, the Border Regiment, the Royal Air Force, the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force, contained in an illuminated wooden frame-the illumination has been added at the Discovery Centre as it was lit by a window when at Haverigg. Towards the base of the wooden frame there is a small brass dedication plaque. This was formerly at RAF Millom, which site is now used by Haverigg Prison- at North Lane, Haverigg, LA18 4NB
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Window-IN MEMORY OF THE SERVICEMEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN TWO WORLD WARS AND NOW LIE AT REST IN ST LUKE'S CHURCHYARD, HAVERIGG/ COMMONWEALTH WAR DEAD 1939-1945/[names]/ WAR DEAD 1914-1918/[name]/ [civilian WW2 name]/ QUID OPUS EST VERBUS? Plaque- THIS WINDOW IS DEDICATED TO THE 19 YOUNG/MEN WHO DIED DURING THE WORLD WARS/THEIR GRAVES IN ST LUKE'S CHURCHYARD/HAVE BEEN TENDED SINCE 1992/BY LYNNE WILKINSON WHO COMMISSIONED/THIS WINDOW TO HONOUR THEM

Atherton, Henry Marinus Cadham, Frederick Orchard Cook, Leonard Thomas Cook, Thomas Kenneth Des Baillets, Charles R Duff, Robert Alexander Finbow, Maurice Herbert Fullerton, Alfred Gibson, Henry Lincoln Jupp, Thomas W Mackereth John Edward Pepper William Marcus Rollason Richard William Smith Harry Thompson Thomas James

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