List number: 1137167
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY0104410608

War Memorial, Egremont


The war memorial in Egremont, Cumbria, was unveiled on the 8th of October 1922 by Colonel R.J. Woulf Flanagan, and dedicated by the Reverend W. Thwaites to commemorate local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War.[1] The memorial was rededicated by the Bishop of Carlisle on the 9th of November 1952 to also remember those lost in the Second World War.
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Egremont main street
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WAR MEMORIAL AND RAILINGS TO ENCLOSURE - Egremont - List Entry
- "Memorial to 1914-18 War. Polished granite plinth, c6 ft high on 2 steps; square in plan. Inscription on central section of plinth; corniced top surmounted by life-size bronze of W ...

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EGREMONT CENOTAPH
- "...Two stepped base surmounted by a square pedestal in 3 stages and a figure of a soldier wearing a cap and backpack and standing at ease, which is on a ...

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