List number: 1042308
List grade: 2*
Grid ref: NU1263741658

War Memorial, Holy Island


The war memorial on Holy Island was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) and carved in Doddington stone by Mr Tully of Belford. The memorial was  unveiled on the 4th of June 1922 by Major Morley Crossman D.S.O. and dedicated by Rev. W.B. Hall.[1] It is inscribed with the names of 8 local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. Later, the names of 3 local men who died in the Second World War were added to the monument.[2] The memorial is Grade II* listed.

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The War Memorial on Lindisfarne, Holy Island

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War Memorial and Lookout, Holy Island

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Names on Lindisfarne war memorial

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Lindisfarne War Memorial

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Lookout tower on The Heugh, Lindisfarne

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War memorial on Lindisfarne

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Holy Island War Memorial - List Entry
- "....The memorial comprises the war cross design by Sir Edwin Lutyens, a slender tapering cross c5m tall. The lozenge-sectioned shaft and short cross arms are linked to the base by ...

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Cross 1914-18 1939-45 The Heugh - Holy Island
- Details of the monument and list of names inscribed.

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Lindisfarne war memorial and castle

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