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  • Lt Col C E Radclyffe Dso Reredos WW1

    WM Ref: 19906 Address: In grounds of Barningham Hall, St Mary the Virgin Church, Unnamed estate road, Barningham Winter, North Norfolk, Norfolk, NR11 7HX, England

    Stone reredos with figures carved at base. Dedicatory brass plaque with inscription in black and red lettering. Figures of tommies in variety of poses looking up at central Cross from which emanate rays of light. Colun at each side surmounted by a...

  • Hopton-on-Sea

    WM Ref: 19933 Address: In the churchyard outside the main church doors, St Margaret's Church, Old Lowestoft Road, Hopton-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 9AH, England

    Crucifix on a narrow octagonal stone column, mounted on a 3-stepped square base. On the rear of the crucifix is an image of the holy mother with child. The square base has an inscription in a wreath on one side, WW1 names on two sides and WW2 names on...

  • E R Cubitt, V M Cubitt And E H Cubitt

    WM Ref: 65152 Address: St Peter and St Paul Church, Honing Long Lane, Honing, North Norfolk, Norfolk, NR28 9QW, England

    Rectangular framed tablet

  • St Marys Church Board WW1 And WW2

    WM Ref: 20035 Address: ST MARYS CHURCH, Great Bircham, North Norfolk, Norfolk, England

    NOWY-HEADED BOARD DIVIDED INTO THREE SECTIONS. DEDICATORY INSCRIPTION IN THE CENTRE AND IT IS FLANKED BY THE NAMES OF THE FALLEN CROSS AT THE TOP CENTRE OF THE BOARD

  • Wighton Cross WW1 And WW2

    WM Ref: 20267 Address: CROSSROADS OF KIRKGATE LA AND HIGH ST, Kirkgate La, Wighton, North Norfolk, Norfolk, England

    BASE SURMOUNTED BY PLINTH, TAPERING SHAFT AND FLORIATE CROSS. CARVED INSCRIPTION ON THE SIDES OF THE PLINTH. CROSS IS SET WITHIN RAILINGS MOUNTED ONTO A LOW CONCRETE WALL SWORD OF THE FRONT FACE OF THE SHAFT

  • Witton

    WM Ref: 65207 Address: St Margarets Church, Bacton Road, Witton, North Norfolk, Norfolk, NR28 9TS, England

    Rectangular plaque with a single stepped extension at the top edge, set on a larger marble slab of matching shape. The names are in two columns in raised lettering.

  • Fo R T W Ketton Cremer Tablet

    WM Ref: 20028 Address: ON THE SOUTH WALL OF THE NAVE, ST MARGARETS CHURCH, Felbrigg, North Norfolk, Norfolk, England

    SQUARE-HEADED MARBLE TABLET WITH COLOURED COAT OF ARMS AT THE TOP CENTRE. RAF CREST AT THE BOTTOM CENTRE FAMILY COAT OF ARMS AT THE TOP

  • Hms Safari (p211) - Warship Week

    WM Ref: 64899 Address: Foyer, Dereham War Memorial Hall, 62a Norwich Street, Dereham, Breckland, Norfolk, NR19 1AD, England

    Standard Admiralty issue Warship Week dedicatory plaque in the style of a Ship's crest. Consisting of a Royal Navy fouled anchor as the centrepiece, with a surrounding Latin inscription and a crown surmounting the crest; all carved in relief and...

  • Fo A B Kay

    WM Ref: 19937 Address: ST NICHOLAS CHURCH, Blakeney, North Norfolk, Norfolk, England

    RAF CREST AT THE TOP

  • St Andrews Church - WW1 Shrine

    WM Ref: 65160 Address: St Andrews Church, Church Lane, Lessingham, North Norfolk, Norfolk, NR12 0SH, England

    Wooden shrine with crucifix below a pitched roof and carved wooden pillars each side. Centrally is a roll of honour with the Allied flags at the top and names below.

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