List number: 1406693
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 9474
Grid ref: NZ2610573643

War Memorial, Dudley, North Tyneside


Inscribed: "THIS MONUMENT AND HOSPITAL / ARE ERECTED IN HONOURED MEMORY / OF OUR MEN WHO FELL IN THE / GREAT WAR 1914 -1918/(58 NAMES) AND 1939-1945 (20 NAMES)" The memorial, dedicated to the fallen of the First World War, was originally unveiled on 15th September 1923 by J Morrison, MD of Cramlington Coal Company and Dr J Wishart. The names of those lost in the Second World War were added later. The  memorial was moved to its present position in 1986, when the cottage hospital was replaced by the present doctors surgery.

from http://twsitelines.info/SMR...
Tyne and Wear HER(9474): Dudley, Market Street, war memorial
- "Stands in the front garden of the doctor's surgery. Unveiled on 15th September 1923 by John Morrison of Cramlington Coal Co. Marble statue of a woman, 3m high, in ...

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from https://historicengland.org...
Dudley War Memorial - List Entry
- "...Following the First World War, funds to erect this memorial and a cottage hospital were partially raised by a self-imposed levy upon the pay of local miners. The hospital and ...

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Simon Cotterill
from https://www.warmemorialsonl...
DUDLEY (TYNESIDE) WAR MEMORIAL
- "...In the garden of the Doctor's surgery, opposite the church According to the inscription a hospital was erected here, it is now the Dr's surgery. The IWM Register ...

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Simon Cotterill

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