War Memorial, Blanchland


The war memorial in Blanchland is located by St Mary's Church, dedicated to 9 local men who lost their lives in the First World War. The memorial is Grade II listed. See names listed on the memorial.
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All they had, they gave

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Blanchland: War Memorial (Northumberland)

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Blanchland: War Memorial (Northumberland)

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Blanchland: War Memorial (Northumberland)

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St Mary's Church and War Memorial, Blanchland

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WAR MEMORIAL OUTSIDE ST MARYS ABBEY - Blanchford - List Entry
- "First World War Memorial, Sandstone. St. Cuthbert's cross with ornamental head and tall, slender tapering shaft bearing the inscription ERECTED/IN MEMORY/ OF/THE MEN OF/THIS /PARISH/WHO ...

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Church of St Mary, Blanchland
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Church of St Mary, Blanchland
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Blanchland at War
- First World War casualties from Blanchland: Name Further info Regiment Notes Brown, John CWGC B Coy. 1st/4th Bn.Northumberland Fusiliers Died 21/06/1916Died in BelgiumAge: 28Cenotaph: Blanchland Service no: 2774Son of John ...
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Memorial: BLANCHLAND
- "St Cuthberts Cross (roughly Malterse Cross shaped) on tall slender tapering shaft and plain square plinth. The main inscription is down the front of the shaft. The quotation is on ...

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