Smith's Dock Company War Memorial, Normanby - List Entry

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    "...The Smith's Dock Company War Memorial commemorates 14 employees who died during the First World War. It was unveiled on Saturday 16 September 1922, by Vice-Admiral Sir Laurence E Power K C B, C V O, in the Smith’s Dock Company’s Recreation Park in Normanby. The dedication service was performed by the Rev H Robson of St John’s Church, South Bank. Following the ceremony, buglers from the Smith’s Dock’s Boy and Sea Scouts sounded the ‘Last Post’ and the Reveille. The hymn ‘For all the Saints’ was sung, accompanied by the Smith’s Dock’s Boys’ Band. The memorial was designed by Inigo Triggs of Unsworth and Triggs, London and erected by S Eastern Ltd of Newcastle...."
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    Historic England
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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