List number: 1086722
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY0518819844

War Memorial, Arlecdon


The war memorial in Arlecdon is located outside St Michael's Church. It was unveiled by Lieut. Colonel George Dixon on the 29th of September 1922 and dedicated by the Bishop of Carlisle.[1] The Roman mosaic cross commemorates 31 local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. It was later also dedicated to 8 men who died in the Second World War. The monument is Grade II listed.

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Arlecdon church and war memorial
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WAR MEMORIAL IN ST MICHAEL'S CHURCHYARD TO EAST OF LYCH GATE - Arlecdon - List Entry
- "War Memorial in St Michael's churchyard to east of lych gate G.V. II War memorial, 1914/18. Banded Celtic cross of large stone blocks; c12 ft high on ...

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ARLECDON
- "....Arlecdon war memorial takes the form of a Celtic cross with Celtic designs upon the shaft. It is sited in the churchyard of St Michael's. The memorial is grade ...

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ARLECDON
- "...A roman mosaic cross surmounting a column on a 3 stage base. Inscription: 1914-1918/IN PROUD AND LOVING MEMORY OF/[names]/ THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE/1939-1945/[names]...."

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Church of St Michael, Arlecdon
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Church of St Michael, Arlecdon
- Overview Map Street View St Michael's is the Parish Church of Arlecdon, located about half a mile north-east of Arlecdon and half a mile south-west of Asby. The church was ...

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