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New York War Memorial


The war memorial on Murton Lane in New York in inscribed with the names of 68 local servicemen from the district who lost their lives in the First World War. The memorial was designed by W. H. Endean, and unveiled on the 28th of March 1921 by Alderman Mason of Whitley Bay, at a service conducted by the Vicar of Shiremoor, Revd. Greener. The memorial is Grade II listed.

To the glorious dead.
Erected by the inhabitants of the district in memory of the brave men who fell in the war 1914 – 1918.
Pass not this stone in sorrow but in pride. For they died that you might live.
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War Memorial, New York

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The Wheatsheaf Public House

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New York (Tyneside) at War
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New York (Tyneside) at War
- During the First World War the Illustrated Chronicle published photographs of soldiers and sailors from Newcastle and the North East of England. These have been made available by Newcastle Libraries.
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New York War Memorial
- "First World War roadside memorial, 1921, by W. H Endean. Carved from sandstone, it consists of a three-stepped base surmounted by a heavy plinth, shaft and Celtic Wheel Cross. The ...

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New York - Cross 1914-18 Roadside

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NEW YORK- CROSS
- "...Three-stepped abse surmounted by plinth, sahft and sandstone Celtic Wheel Cros. Inscription carved into one side. Wreath in releif above plinth. Four palm leaves on upper corners of plinth...."

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