War Memorial

War Memorial for Hinckley, Burbage, Barwell, Earl Shilton & Stoke Golding

War Memorial for Hinckley, Burbage, Barwell, Earl Shilton, Stoke Golding

War Memorial database has 979 records from World War I, World War II and 20th Century Wars, you will find the names from the following War Memorials:

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Hinckley War Memorial

Argents Mead, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 1BZ.

The Hinckley War Memorial is located at the site of the Hinckley castle in Argents Mead. The memorial was unveiled on Saturday 20th May 1922 by Colonel R.E.Martin and dedicated by the Bishop of Peterborough.


Burbage War Memorial

Church Street, Burbage, Leicestershire, LE10 2AW.

The Burbage War Memorial along Church Street was unveiled on Saturday 26th February 1921 by the Lieutenant Colonel C.H. Jones and was dedicated by the Rector of Burbage, Reverend R.D.H. Pughe. The memorial is of a Serviceman resting on his rife from the Great War (1914-1918), it is situated within a triangular piece of land.


Barwell War Memorial

Church Lane, Barwell, Leicestershire, LE9 8DG.

The Barwell War Memorial was originally located at Malt Mill Bank (known as Top Town) and was unveiled on 31st December 1922 by George Geary, and was dedicated by the reverend A.J.G. Titley. The memorial was moved in 1970 due to traffic issues to its current location along Church Lane, just outside St. Mary’s Church.


Earl Shilton War Memorial

Wood Street, Earl Shilton, Leicestershire, LE9 7ND.

The Earl Shilton War Memorial along Wood Street was unveiled on Monday 11th October 1920 by Lieutenant Colonel C.H. Jones and was dedicated by Canon Hurrell. The memorial is a square column of Portland stone with a statue of Peace located on top.


Stoke Golding War Memorial

Wykin Lane Cemetery, Stoke Golding, Leicestershire, CV13 6JN.

The Stoke Golding Memorial is a Cross on top of an octagonal column which is on a stepped base. Originally installed at the Bull Ring in the centre of the village, the memorial was unveiled on Sunday 25th September 1921 by Private Joseph Skelton (fought in the Great War with the 2nd Leicestershire Regiment). Due to the increased traffic the memorial was moved to the Wykin Lane Cemetery.



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