Monument record MYO4268 - Holy Trinity War Memorial


The village War Memorial stands at the entrance to the Anglican Church, Holy Trinity. It was erected in 1920 as a memorial to 12 men from the village who lost their lives in 1914-18 war. It is in the shape of a simple dignified cross with halo, made of Portland stone with an 8' high shaft on a two tier octagonal plinth/steps and cost £120. The memorial was cleaned and the inscription to Sgt Wright, who died during WWII, was added in 2002. It was re dedicated on Remembrance Sunday 2002 as part of the "Jubilee Celebrations" CELTIC TYPE WHEEL CROSS ON SQUARE PLINTH AND THREE STEPPED BASE IN SACRED AND UNDYING/ MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FELL/FOR THEIR COUNTRY 1914 - 1919/ (NAMES)


Grid reference SE 6554 5596 (point)
Map sheet SE65NE
Civil Parish Stockton on the Forest, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire


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Record last edited

Aug 30 2016 1:49PM


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