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Photo taken by Peter Gillings

UKNIWM Ref - 26994

Memorial cross in Hardwick Village, Clumber, unveiled 25th September 1918 by Duke of Newcastle, dedication by The Right Reverend Edwyn Hoskyns, Bishop of Southwell, designed by Mr W.E. Tower (of London), made by William D. Gough (of London);Associated roll of honour and triptych within St Mary the Virgin Chapel (Clumber) Historic information source(s): Worksop Guardian, 20th & 27th September 1918

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

F ALBONES - Frederick Albones

George Carter - George Carter

H COWLEY - Herbert Cowley

RM FREE - Robert Malcolm Free

F J Gascoigne - Fred Gascoigne

F Hill - Frank Hill

F KNIGHT - Frank Knight

WC LENNON - William Cook Lennon

T MERRILLS - Thomas Merrills

J READ - John Read

G ROSE - George Rose

Richard Smith - Rudolph Schmidt

Cecil John JC SPYVE - Cecil John Spyve

JW TARR - John William (Joe) Tarr

AE Tomlinson - Aylmer Erling Tomlinson

Cecil Welbourne - Cecil Welbourne

G WHITTAKER - George Whittaker

CH WILSON - Charles Henry Wilson

Photos
  • Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    Hardwick Village Cross - Clumber Park - Photo taken by Peter Gillings
  • Close up of the left wall  panel 
Photo by Peter Gillings
    Hardwick Village Cross - Clumber Park - Close up of the left wall panel Photo by Peter Gillings
  • Close up of right wall panel  
Photo by Peter Gillings
    Hardwick Village Cross - Clumber Park - Close up of right wall panel Photo by Peter Gillings
  • Close up of centre panel at base of cross.

Photo by Peter Gillings
    Hardwick Village Cross - Clumber Park - Close up of centre panel at base of cross. Photo by Peter Gillings
  • Close up of panel at base of cross showing names of the fallen.
Photo by Peter Gillings
    Hardwick Village Cross - Clumber Park - Close up of panel at base of cross showing names of the fallen. Photo by Peter Gillings
  • Close up of panel at base of cross showing names of the fallen. 
Photo by Peter Gillings
    Hardwick Village Cross - Clumber Park - Close up of panel at base of cross showing names of the fallen. Photo by Peter Gillings