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War Memorial, Preston Patrick


The war memorial for Preston Patrick is located in the churchyard of St Patrick's Church. The memorial is inscribed with the names of 33 local servicemen and one civilian who died in the First World War. In addition, it is also inscribed with the names of 12 local men who died in the Second World War.[1]

Preston Patrick War Memorials Church of St Patrick, Preston Patrick
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St Patrick's Church, Preston Patrick, War Memorial

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MEMORIAL - PRESTON PATRICK
- "....Large stone cross on stepped base. Names on metal plates on stem. Inscription: On the Step-1914-1919 /THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE On the Plaque- 1939-1946 / [Names] / 1914-1919 / [Names]..."

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Simon Cotterill
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PRESTON PATRICK/CROOKLANDS WESTMORLAND CROSS
- "...Oak Cross on a 3 stepped base, with individual brass plaques for each casualty and with a backboard for the WW2 names Inscription THIS CROSS/ERECTED IN THE CHURCHYARD/DECEMBER ...

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