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Compiled and Copyright © Martin Edwards 2012

The Patrington war memorial is to be found at the junction of Main Street and Northside, Patrington. It takes the form of a square monolith with a round pillar running down each corner, each being topped by an orb. Each face of the memorial has a marbe tablet bearing the names of the fallen; the whole memorial stands on a three stepped base and is surrounded by railings. Listed for the First World War are 109 names, 88 who served and returned and 21 who paid the ultimate sacrifice. Monies for the memorial were raised by public subscription, the builder were Messrs. Everingham and it was unveiled 10th November 1917 by Colonel Dwyer Hampton.

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IN REMEMBRANCE 1914 - 1919

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Last updated 4 March, 2014

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