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ALMELEY WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Detailed information
Compiled and Copyright © Martin Edwards 2014

The Almeley War Memorial stands on a plot of land donated by the council that is in the centre of the village near the church. The memorial takes the form of a statue of a soldier with inverrted rifle atop a two-tier plinth. There are 19 names for World War 1. The memorial was unveiled on 11th August 1919 by Sir Elliott Ward; the sculptor was Mr William Storr-Barber.

Photograph Copyright © Eric & Tim Pugh 2009

THE GREAT WAR
1914-1918
THIS MEMORIAL IS ERECTED BY THE
GRATEFUL PARISH OF ALMELEY TO
COMMEMORATE THE NAMES OF ITS
FAITHFUL SONS WHO FOUGHT AND
DIED FOR ENGLAND AND LIBERTY

Still to be transcribed

Last updated 4 March, 2014

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