Lambley, Northumberland - Landmarks - War Memorial

The War Memorial, which is a cross about 3 metres (9.8 ft) in height, is located in the churchyard of the parish church of St. Mary and St. Patrick. The village of Hartleyburn joined with Lambley in erecting the memorial which was unveiled by Colonel Sir Thomas Oliver on Saturday 21 February 1920. The inscriptions and names on the War Memorial have been transcribed and published by the North East War Memorials Project.

Those who gave their lives in The Great War were: Wilson Glenwright, William E. Marshall, William Riddell, and Philip E. Bell.

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