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There are three seperate memorials in the church all dedicated to the First World War. The first two are a pair of stained glass windows situated either side of the altar. Each window is approx 9' 6'...
The window commemorates members of the club who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars.
A LARGE NEEDLE POINTED STONE BLOCK OBELISK, UPON A STONE MOUNTED WITH BRONZE PLAQUES LISTING THE FALLEN, APPROACHED ON EACH FACE BY A FLIGHT OF STEPS UP A PYRAMIDAL BASE. POSITIONED ON THE HIGHEST PO...
A bronze plaque situated in the entrance lobby of the Town Hall at Scarborough.
Queen Street Methodist Central Hall
The organ was built by Messers Fitton and Hayley. It was commissioned by women of the church to remember the fallen, and in thanksgiving for the return of those who had served in the Great War.
Tucker Family Grave
Addition to Tucker family grave: Private Sydney Tucker, MM, 7th East Yorkshire Regiment, who died of wounds in France, 24 April, 1917.
Scarborough Cricket Club
The memorial was taken down from Scarborough Cricket Club and recently rediscovered.
The memorial comprises a stained glass window at high level depicting Jesus Christ surrounded by a heavenly orchestra. The window is in thirteen panels in a stonework tracery frame approximately 8' in...
24 Seamer Road
Oak rood screen with integral pulpit, installed in 1921. Inscribed as a First World War memorial and also listing the 17 civilians killed during the bombardment of Scarborough by the German Navy on th...
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