List number: 1042078
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ0887986197

War Memorial, Hartburn


The war memorial at Hartburn is located on a small triangular green in the centre of the village. It paid for by Mr and Mrs Straker of the nearby Angerton Hall, and designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens (who also designed the gardens at Angerton Hall). The memorial was unveiled on the 31st of July 1921 by Colonel EPA Riddell CMG DSO, the commander of the Northumberland Infantry Brigade - in honour of those lost in the First World War. Later, the monument was further dedicated to those lost in the Second World War. The memorial is Grade II listed.
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War memorial at Hartburn

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Hartburn War Memorial

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Hartburn War Memorial

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War memorial at Hartburn

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Hartburn War Memorial
- "Hartburn’s war memorial was paid for by Mr and Mrs Straker of the nearby Angerton Hall, for whom Lutyens and his long-time collaborator Gertrude Jekyll had designed the Hall ...

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HARTBURN WAR MEMORIAL

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