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War Memorial

The War Memorial in Kendal is located in the Market Place. The memorial was unveiled in 1921 in remembrance of local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. Later the memorial was further dedicated to those lost in the Second World War and a serviceman lost in the Korean War. 

Kendal War Memorials
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War Memorial Kendal

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Market Place & War memorial

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War Memorial, Kendal

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WAR MEMORIAL - Kendal - List Entry
- "War Memorial, erected 1921; later additions. Statue base signed Chrs W Coombes on north face. Life-size bronze of WWI infantryman in marching order on monolithic, tapered, limestone plinth c5 ft ...

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- "A bronze statue of a helmeted WW1 soldier, with rifle slung over his right soldier, standing atop a stone plinth, the top corner of each is adorned with a bronze ...

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Kendal War Memorial

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List number: 1145694
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD5151392796


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