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War Memorial, Raughton Head


The war memorial at Raughton Head was unveiled on the 31st of August 1920 and dedicated by the Vicar of Raughton Head.[1] Located in the churchyard of All Saints Church, the memorial is inscribed with the names of 72 local servicemen who served in the First World War, 13 of whom lost their lives in the war and 59 who served and returned. Later, the monument was also inscribed with the names of 19 men who served in the Second World War. The memorial is Grade II listed.

Raughton Head War Memorials
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All Saints Church, Raughton Head - May 2017 (2)

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Raughton Head War Memorial - May 2017

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Raughton Head

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War Memorial, Raughton Head

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Raughton Head War Memorial
- "....First World War memorial, 1920, with later additions for the Second World War. MATERIALS: Scottish granite. DESCRIPTION: the memorial is located on a triangular green at a road junction in ...

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List number: 1459491
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY3789245567

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