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War Memorial, The Knowe, Bewcastle


This war memorial was unveiled on the 28th December 1919 by Mrs Thomas Armstrong, in the churchyard of  Knowe Presbyterian Church (now The Knowe United Reformed Church) The memorial commemorates the men of Bewcastle Parish who lost their lives in the First World War. It was designed by Messrs Beattie & Co.[1] The Knowe war memorial is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. There is also a War Memorial at St Cuthbert's Church, Bewcastle.

In Honour of the Men of this Parish
Who Fell in The Great War 1914-18
The Knowe, Bewcastle Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bewcastle Civil Parish War Memorials
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World War I memorial at the Knowe United Reformed Church, Bewcastle

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Names on the war memorial at The Knowe Church

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Church yard near Blackpool Gate

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Knowe United Reformed Church War Memorial
- "....The aftermath of the First World War saw the biggest single wave of public commemoration ever with tens of thousands of memorials erected across England. One such memorial was raised ...

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Bewcastle United Reformed Church
- "....An obelisk with a sword and scabbard in relief on its front face plus a dedication. This sits on a stepped base on top of a plinth with a stepped ...

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