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War Memorial, Bowness-on-Soloway

The war memorial in Bowness-on-Soloway is located in the churchyard of St Michael's Church. The memorial was unveiled on the 8th of December 1920 in a ceremony attended by the Bishop of Carlisle.[1] It commemorates 29 local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. Later, the name of Joseph Millar, who died in the Second World War was added to the memorial.

Bowness-on-Solway War Memorials Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bowness Civil Parish
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Bowness on Solway war memorial

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St Michael's Church, Bowness on Solway - May 2017 (17)

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- "....Square base surmounted by square plinth and latin cross. Inscription in white lettering on the sides of the plinth. Inscription Front: IN/ MEMORY/ AND HONOUR OF/ THE MEN/ OF THIS …

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