Monument record MYO4266 - Osbaldwick and Murton Memorial board and trees


Seven trees were originally planted outside the Osbaldwick and Murton War Memorial Institute and recreational grounds which is now occupied by Wm. Anelay Ltd. The trees (along with the building) are now gone. A new memorial tree was planted in 2009 along with a new plaque on a large stone. The original board read: ERECTED IN HONOUR OF THOSE WHO SERVED/ 1914 - 1918/ (NAMES)/ SEVEN OAKS PLANTED OUTSIDE COMMEMORATE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE MADE BY THOSE MARKED THUS +/ MADE AND PRESENTED BY V.A SENIOR AND I. WOODCOCK PLAQUE: THIS TABLET/ WAS ORIGINALLY PLACED IN/ THE OSBALDWICK & MURTON/ MEMORIAL HALL/ AND REMOVED/ JUNE 30TH 1939/ TO THE CHURCH HALL. A new plaque further honouring the war dead of Osbaldwick and Murton 1914-18 and 1939-45 has been installed. Location on HER GIS uncertain


Grid reference Centred SE 6397 5201 (53m by 40m)
Map sheet SE65SW
Civil Parish Osbaldwick, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire


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Record last edited

Jan 15 2021 12:16PM


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