War Memorial, Endon

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Date:March 2014

Description:Memorial to the men of Endon who fell in the two world wars in the form of a tall square plinth topped with a cross. The memorial stands in St. Luke's Churchyard. The fallen of World War 1 are listed on plaques on each face of the plinth, while those from World War 2 are listed on a single plaque. Among those commemorated is locally-born poet Thomas Ernest Hulme, killed in action in 1917.

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Creators: Mr Ben Cunliffe - Creator

Image courtesy of: Mr Ben E Cunliffe

Donor ref:BEC-136 (231/39122)

Source: Mr Ben E Cunliffe

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