List number: 1042192
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NT8898037258

Flodden Memorial, Branxton


The memorial to the thousnds of Scots and English killed in the Battle of Flodden Field (1513) is located on the site of the battlefield, less than a quater mile west of Branxton. The memorial is a granite cross, built in 1910 by the Berwickshire Naturalists club. Granite. The memorial is Grade II listed. Some of the dead were burried in the churchyard of St Paul's in Branxton.

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To the dead of both nations

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Flodden

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Flodden Monument

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Flodden Monument

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Flodden Monument In Fading Light

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Gathering Crowd, Flodden Monument

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Flodden Memorial

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Flodden memorial

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Monument on Flodden Field

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FLODDEN MEMORIAL - List Entry
- "Battlefield memorial. Erected 1910 by the Berwickshire Naturalists club. Granite. Tall tapering cross of polished stone, with raised roll-moulded edges, on base, also tapering, of massive roughly-dressed stone. Set into ...

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