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The memorial is in All Saints churchyard.

UKNIWM Ref - 27207

All Saints church, Church Lane/Plumtree Road, Cotgrave, NG12 3HT. The memorial comprises the east window in the church and a free standing memorial in the churchyard which is on Plumtree Road on the opposite side to the church. The memorial in the churchyard was unveiled in June 1920; it was designed by Col AW Brewill. Nottingham Evening Post, 29 June 1920: Photograph with caption, ‘The scene of the unveiling of the handsome cross erected by the inhabitants of Cotgrave to the memory of the men of the village who made the supreme sacrifice, the monument, which is of Stonecliffe stone, was designed by Colonel AW Brewill.’ (www.britishnewsparearchive.co.uk)

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

John Edwin Carrington - John Edward Carrington

Arthur Harrison - Arthur Harrison

John William Hayes - John William Hayes

Sydney Henson - Sydney Henson

William James Herapath - William James Herapath

Joseph Hind - Joseph Hind

Samuel Lacey - Samuel Lacey

Herbert Marshall - Herbert Marshall

George Middleton - George Middleton

Cecil Arthur Moulds - Cecil Arthur Moulds

Arthur Simpson - Arthur Wallhead Simpson

Francis C Woolley - Francis Charles Woolley

Photos
  • The memorial is in All Saints churchyard.
    Cotgrave All Saints - The memorial is in All Saints churchyard.
  • Commemorative plaque on memorial, All Saints churchyard
    Cotgrave All Saints - Commemorative plaque on memorial, All Saints churchyard
  • Memorial east window.
    Cotgrave All Saints - Memorial east window.