List number: 1207138
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4123852906

War Memorial, Ryhope


War memorial, located at the west end of the village green in Ryton. The memorial was unveiled in October 1924, by Colonel T.G. Taylor of Kelso, and dedicated by Rev. P.Y. Knight, Vicar of Ryhope.[1] The memorial was dedicated to the local men lost in the First World War. The monument was later further dedicated to those lost in the Second World War.

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Ryhope Village Green
- "Photo of Ryhope village Green, facing East showing the World War I war memorial. In the background a wooden "Ryhope Village" sign can be seen." Public domain photo (2007) by ...

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Ryhope War Memorial

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Ryhope Village Green and War Memorial

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WAR MEMORIAL AT WEST END - Ryhope - List Entry
- "War memorial to Great War and WWII. c1920. Ashlar and bronze. Octagonal stepped base to high panelled, corniced plinth and tall, tapered, chamfered cross with low relief cross and leaves ...

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Cross 1914-18 1939-45 Green - Ryhope
- Details of the memorial and list of names inscribed.

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Ryhope at War
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Ryhope at War
- During the First World War the Illustrated Chronicle published photographs of soldiers and sailors from Newcastle and the North East of England. These have been made available by Newcastle Libraries. ...

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