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War Memorial, Cockfield

The War Memorial in Cockfield, County Durham, was unveiled on the 7th October 1922, by Mr WH Hustler, chairman of the North Bitchburn Coal Company (then the main employer in the village).[1] The memorial was dedicated to the 45 local men who died serving during the First World War. In 1948, the memorial was further dedicated to 8 men lost in the Second World War. The memorial is located on the village green, off Front Street, and is Grade II listed.

Cockfield Grade II Listed War Memorials Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cockfield Civil Parish
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Cockfield village green and war memorial

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Cockfield War Memorial - List Entry
- "...Cockfield War Memorial was unveiled on 7 October 1922 by Mr WH Hustler, chairman of the North Bitchburn Coal Company (the company was the principal employer in the village). The …

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Cross 1914-18 1939-45 Roadside - Cockfield
- Detailed information about the memorial and list of names inscribed.

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List number: 1435733
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Grid ref: NZ1273324214


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