5th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers
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- Metal Brass
- Timber Timber (any)
- First World War (1914-1918)
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REMEMBER WITH GRATITUDE THE COURAGE/.AND SACRIFICE OF ONE THOUSAND AND/THIRTY ONE OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE 5TH/BATTALION, THE NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS./(TERRITORIAL ARMY) WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN/THE FIRST WORLD WAR 1914-1918./THE BATTALION/WAS RAISED IN 1908 IN WALKER AND EAST/NEWCASTLE, LANDED IN FRANCE IN APRIL, 1915,. /AND REMAINED ON ACTIVE SERVICE THERE/UNTIL THE END OF THE WAR. A STONE COLUMN/IN WALKER PARK, ERECTED BY THE PEOPLE OF/WALKER IN 1919, WAS THE ORIGINAL MEMORIAL/TO THESE MEM.// THE KING'S AND REGIMENTAL COLOURS OF THE/ 5TH BATTALION WERE PRESENTED TO H.M. KING/ EDWARD VI AT WINDSOR CASTLE ON 19TH JUNE,/1909 AND WERE LAID UP FOR SAFE KEEPING IN/THIS CHURCH ON 22ND APRIL 1979.//QUO FATA VOCANT