List number: 1442824
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ1184864628

War Memorial, Wylam


The war memorial at Wylam was unveiled on the 10th March 1923 by C.J.W. Blackett and dedicated by Rev. H.H. Barff.[1] The memorial commemorates 42 local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. Later, the memorial was further dedicated to 11 local servicemen who died in the Second World War. The memorial is Grade II listed.

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Wylam War Memorial

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Wylam War Memorial

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Wylam War Memorial

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Wylam war memorial

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Wylam War Memorial
- ".....The memorial stands on War Memorial Green, to the north end of Wylam Bridge. The tall cross in Windy Nook stone comprises an ornamented Latin cross that rises from a ...

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WYLAM
- "...Unveiled 10th March 1923....Floriated Latin Cross on hexagonal column and plinth. The whole stands on an octagonal three-stepped base. Bronze plaques on three sides of the main plinth, each ...

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Wylam 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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Wylam - Cross 1914-18 1939-45 Roadside

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