St Ippollitts War Memorial
WM name reference IWM3834
St Ippollitts Church Ashbrook Ln St Ippollitts North Hertfordshire Hertfordshire SG4 7PB
Celtic cross set on a double stepped plinth with the names and the inscription in black lettering. The whole is set on two steps and is surrounded by eight small granite posts linked with ornamental chain
World War 2
6 O'clock face: TO THE GLORY OF GOD / AND IN PROUD AND GRATEFUL MEMORY OF THE / VALIANT MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO GAVE THEIR / LIVES FOR GOD AND KING AND COUNTRY DURING / THE GREAT WAR 1914-1919. / (names) / "Their name liveth for evermore." 9 O'clock face: ALSO TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY / OF THE MEN OF THIS PARISH / WHO FELL IN THE WAR OF / 1939-1945. / (names) / "He that loseth his life for my sake / shall find it." (MATT 10:39).
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