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War Memorial, Irton


The war memorial for the parish of Irton with Stanton in Cumbria is located a short distance north-west of St Paul's Church. The memorial is inscribed with the names of 63 local men who served in the First World War; 16 of whom lost their lives and 47 who returned from the war. The memorial was unveiled on the 17th of April 1921 and dedicated by Dr West Watson, Bishop of Barrow.[1] There is also a bronze plaque with the names of the war dead inside the church, which was unveiled on the same day by Mrs Robson of Irton Hall.

Erected to the Glorious Memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives in the Great War
and in honour of those who served their King and country
1914 - 1918

Irton with Santon Civil Parish War Memorials
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War Memorial by St. Paul's Church, Irton

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Memorial Cross

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War Memorial, St Paul's Church

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St Paul's Church and War Memorial, Irton

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IRTON - CROSS
- "Latin cross with octagonal shaft, plinth, and three steps...."

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IRTON CROSS
- St Paul's Church, in the Car Park.....Latin cross with octagonal shaft, plinth, and three steps.....

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St Paul's Church, Irton, War Memorial

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