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War Memorial on London Road, Stretton on Dunsmore, near Rugby, Warwickshire
1 War Memorial, on the A45 (London Road). This obelisk commemorates a review of troops performed at that spot in 1915 by George V and lists the prominent figures there ...
A First World War war memorial in the form of an obelisk. It is situated on London Road, north east of Stretton on Dunsmore at the junction of the A45 and B4455
War Memorial at Ryton on Dunsmore
1 War memorial erected in 1920. DESCRIPTION: The memorial comprises a stone cross with a sword in relief, on a slender, tapering octagonal shaft which stands on a square plinth with ...
The War Memorial on the High Street in Ryton on Dunsmore, erected circa 1920.
Atherstone Cemetery, Atherstone
12 Cemetery in Sheepy Road established 1870. Original site laid out on a simple grid plan with avenues along the main walks. Shrubbery planting concentrated along roadside boundary to the east. ...
Cemetery with shrubbery, topiary yews, clipped hollies and a number of funerary monuments. Recommendation for inclusion in theLocal List by Lovie.
War Memorial, St Peter's Churchyard, Grandborough
1 The WW1 war memorial in St Peter’s Churchyard, Grandborough. Form: Granite cross. Inscription: TO THE HONOURED/ MEMORY OF THOSE/ WHO GAVE THEIR/ LIVES IN THE/ GREAT WAR/ 1914 – ...
The WW1 war memorial in St Peter's Churchyard, Grandborough.
War Memorial, Pillerton Hersey
1 The war memorial in Pillerton Hersey. Stone cross surmounts tapering octagonal column. Column stands on square stone plinth. Whole stands on two-stepped stone base. Inscription and names carved into ...
War memorial in the centre of Pillerton Hersey, on the green.
Radford War Memorial, near junction of Engleton Road and Radford Road, Radford, Coventry
1 Obelisk of pink-brown Runcorn sandstone on a square base of 3 steps. Each of the 4 faces of the obelisk originally bore a cast bronze panel giving ...
Stone obelisk to commemorate those Radford men who fought in World War I and identifying those who died. Unveiled in 1919. Located near St Nicholas's Church on open space by Sherwood Jones Close off Engleton Road.
Shuckburgh War Memorial, Lower Shuckburgh, Stratford on Avon
1 Hornton Stone war memorial in form of obelisk unveiled by Lt-Gen Sir John Keir KCB on Saturday 19th November 1921. (Report in the Rugby Advertiser 25/11/1921 p2). ...
War memorial in form of obelisk unveiled in 1921 at gate of St John the Baptist Church, Lower Shuckburgh.
War Memorial, Priors Hardwick, near Stratford on Avon.
1 Squat obelisk in Hornton Stone on three-stepped base, situated on village green. SP 472 562 SIDE ONE: TO THE MEMORY OF/ (NAMES)/ WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN ...
War memorial in form of squat obelisk to commemorate both WW1 and WW2 . Inscriptions include names of the dead of both wars and the names of those who served in WW1.
Hurley and Wood End War Memorial, Heanley Lane, Hurley, Warwickshire
1 Stone obelisk within cemetery. Square stone plinth. Two-stepped stone base. Inscription and names in black lettering on base. Unveiled July 1920. ...
Stone obelisk war memorial to commemorate the men of Hurley and Wood End who died in both WW1 and WW2. Situated in cemetery on the right side of Heanley Lane going north from Hurley.
War memorial stone obelisk WW1, Sutton under Brailes, Stratford on Avon
1 Small square obelisk surmounting a square plinth and three stepped base. The plinth has a sloping pediment, and the inscription is incised into the face of the plinth. ...
War memorial in form of stone obelisk commemorating the dead of WW1. Two Names inscribed. Situated on village green and surrounded by railings.
Baddesley Ensor War Memorial Obelisk, St Nicholas Church, Hill Top, Baddesley Ensor
1 Stone obelisk in Aberdeen Granite with a laurel wreath in relief surmounts plinth of rough-hewn stone. Plinth bears names and inscription in black lettering. ...
War memorial obelisk in Aberdeen Granite commemorating and naming the dead from Baddesley Ensor from WW1 and WW2. Situated in the churchyard of St Nicholas Church.
War memorial stone obelisk in churchyard of St Laurence, Old Warwick Road, Rowington
1 Colour photograph of war memorial in a churchyard in Rowington. 2 Memorial at St Laurence’s Church, Old Warwick Road, Rowington. The memorial records the ...
Obelisk in Portland stone commemorating those from Rowington parish killed during WWI and WW2.
Kenilworth War Memorial, Abbey Fields, Kenilworth
1 Colour photograph of war memorial. 2 Obelisk war memorial unveiled 26 February 1922. Commemorating the dead of WW1 (140) WW2(68) and Korean War (1). Lists ...
War Memorial in form of obelisk unveiled in 1922. Commemorates those who died in WW1, WW2 and the Korean War. Located at the top of Abbey Fields near the junction of B4103 (Abbey End) and B4104 (Abbey Hill)
War memorial obelisk Ash Green (Exhall) near Bedworth
1 Colour photograph of war memorial described as “Exhall near Bedworth, on a traffic island”.
War memorial in the form of an obelisk on a traffic island in Exhall (Ash Green), Bedworth. Near St Giles's Church, Exhall (MWA1682).
War Memorial, Banbury Street, Kineton
1 The Kineton village war memorial, in form of a column surmounted by a ball, located on top of a plinth. Commemorates those who died in WW1 and WW2. ...
The Kineton village war memorial, in form of a column surmounted by a ball. Commemorates those who died in WW1 and WW2. Located within the village centre, on Banbury Street.
War Memorial, Snitterfield
1 Square four-stepped base surmounted by octagonal plinth, and Latin cross. Inscription on bronze plaques on the sides of the plinth; bronze sword on the front face of the cross. ...
The war memorial, a square base surmounted by octagonal plinth, and Latin cross at Snitterfield. It is located to the south of the main village.
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