Ingham Infirmary, Westoe
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- Metal Brass
- Metal Bronze
- First World War (1914-1918)
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Plaque 1: SOUTH SHIELDS WAR MEMORIAL/ 24 COTS IN THIS WARD/ WERE ENDOWED BY/ THE INHABITANTS OF THIS BOROUGH/ IN MEMORY OF THOSE/ WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES/ IN THE GREAT WAR/ 1914 - 1918; Plaque 2: THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY THE/ TRUSTEES AND GOVERNORS OF THE INGHAM INFIRMARY/ TO RECORD THE APPRECIATION/ OF THE SERVICES RENDERED TO THE INSTITUTION BY/ MRS. GLENVILLE DRUERY/ DURING HER YEAR OF OFFICE AS MAYORESS, 1923-1924,/ BY WHOSE INITIATIVE AND ENTERPRISE THE SUM OF £13,980/ WAS RAISED FOR THE PROVISION OF A MEMORIAL/ TO THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE BOROUGH WHO SERVED/ THEIR KING AND COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918./ £12,000 OF THIS SUM WAS HANDED OVER TO THE TRUSTEES/ ON THE 8TH NOVEMBER 1924/ TO ENDOW IN PERPETUITY/ 24 COTS IN THE CHILDREN'S WARD