Ettington Village War Memorial Cross

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Reference WMO/277954

Address:

Holy Trinity Churchyard

3 Halford Rd

Ettington

Stratford on Avon

CV37 7TR

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Unknown cross
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Stone cross in the Churchyard of Holy Trinity Church
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WW1 - TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF BRAVE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR | | WW2 INSCRIPTION THIS TABLET WAS PLACED IN PROUD MEMORY OF THOSE FROM THIS VILLAGE WHO DIED IN WORLD WAR 1939-1945

WW1 Names Pvt F. BATCHELOR Pvt W. H. BEARLEY Pvt A. J. BIRCH Pvt F. BRANDISH Sgt W. J. CLINGO Pvt F. COLDICOTT Pvt J. H. COLDICOTT L/Cpl D. A. DENTON Pvt O. DYER L/Cpl J. W. HEMMINGS Pvt E. HERITAGE Sgt J. E. HUGHES MM Pvt A. J. H. KECK Pvt J. MARSHALL Pvt F. G. NASON Cpl T. NASON L/Cpl E. PETTY Pvt C. PLUMB Bmdr E. RUST Pvt J. E. SIMMS Pvt T. E. TAYLOR Pvt C. WATERS Pvt H. A. WIDDOWS Pvt W. V. WYLDES | WW2 Names Pvt W. Grantham Officer Cadet M. KEMBLE Sgt. R.C. KINGS

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