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Title War Memorial
Collection Public Monuments and Sculpture Association
Date Completion c1923
Date Design c1920
Description Four steps lead to a square plinth and a tapering four-sided obelisk with flat top. A monument that can be seen from three counties. Ham Hill has been a fortified settlement from New Stone Age times to beyond the Roman occupation.
Id Number Current Accession SO69
Id Number Current Repository BLMSO69
Inscription Main inscription carved to front, in caps: OUR / GLORIOUS/ DEAD / 1914 - 1919
Under wreath, in caps: THE BRONZE WREATH ABOVE WAS / PLACED ON THIS MEMORIAL / ON BEHALF OF THE EX-SERVICEMEN / AND PEOPLE OF STOKE / IN MEMORY OF OUR FALLEN / BY H.R.H. EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES K.C. / DUKE OF CORNWALL / AND LORD OF THE MANOR OF STOKE / ON 19TH JULY 1923
Location Stoke sub Hamdon, Somerset
Material Ham stone
Rights Owner Public Monuments and Sculpture Association
Source BLM
Work Type War Memorial, World War I
 

 

 

 

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