List number: 1240732
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ1597451537

Loud Hill Memorial, Annfield Plain


This memorial in Annfield Plain is inscribed "It was here that Pilot Officer Joyce met his death on the night of March 13 1918." The memorial was renovated in 1959 and a further inscription was added on the lower step commemorating Sgt. Observer Joyce, his son, who died over Germany in 1940.[1] The memorial is Grade II listed.

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Loud Hill Memorial

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MEMORIAL OPPOSITE NUMBER 12 LOUD TERRACE - Annifield Plain - List Entry
- "Memorial opposite No. 12 Loud Terrace II Memorial stone to Pilot Officer Joyce. 1919; restored and rededicated 1950. Sandstone ashlar. Obelisk on 2 square steps has low-relief carving of arms ...

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Obelisk Joyce 1918, 1940 Loud Terrace
- Detailed information about the memorial.

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Simon Cotterill

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